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Reliability Solutions

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WHY BECOME A CERTIFIED RELIABILITY ENGINEER? As a Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) you will understand how to use the principles of performance evaluation and prediction to improve product/system safety, reliability, and maintainability. CREs use engineering, probability, statistics, and other tools to ensure that their products and systems are more efficient and reliable.

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All tenured professionals who are willing to work in Leadership roles and looking for advancement in career, this program is a right choice. Core Competencies of a CRE . A broad overview of reliability fundamentals including predictive modeling, root cause analysis, mean time to failure (MTTF), corrective and preventive action (CAPA), and more. Identification, analysis, and mitigation of risk using techniques such as fault tree analysis (FTA), failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA), hazard analysis, and need for design change. Analysis, management of data, and insights using probability statistics for reliability. Application of reliability planning, testing (accelerated life, stress screening, etc.), and modeling (reliability block diagrams, failure models, etc.) to inform design choices. A focus on life-cycle reliability through design techniques such as stress-strength analysis, design of experiments (DOE), design for reliability (DFR), and maintainability strategies.


Optimal reliability engineering can:

  • Increase the useful lifetime of products, reduce the time to market, and improve service.
  • Reduce equipment downtime, life-cycle cost, and the costs of failure and warranty.
  • Determine and correct the causes of failures before failures occur.
  • Increase customer satisfaction through fewer unit failures.
  • Improve safety through risk reduction.
  • Maintain reliability during the rapid evolution of new material, methods, and complex systems.


Qualifications and Requirements for CRE Certification

Candidates must have eight years of on-the-job experience in one or more of the areas of the Certified Reliability Engineer Body of Knowledge.


Candidates who have completed a degree from a college, university, or technical school can waive some part of the eight-year experience requirement as follows (only one of these waivers may be claimed):

  • Diploma from a technical or trade school one year waived
  • Associates degree two years waived
  • Bachelors degree four years waived

Masters or doctorate degree five years waived

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