MLA/MLT1 - Machine Lubricant Analyst / Machinery Lubrication Technician (4-DAY)
Lubrigard is hosting AMRRI's 4-day course that covers both the MLTI and MLAI body of knowledge in accordance to ISO 18436-4. This course provides the foundational training for reliability-centered machine lubrication work practices AND oil-sample based condition assessment. This course will help you understand the positive impact that high quality lubrication practices can have on your machine's health and your plant's productivity. Participants will learn how to transform an existing lubrication process from modest and reactive to thorough, accurate and proactive.
The optional MLT I or MLA I exam is administered on the Friday morning at the training site and is proctored by the ICML. Registration for either or both exams can be done through ICML at Lubecouncil.org or call (918)-259-2950. A supplemental exam can be administered at later date to gain both certifications if you don't want to take both exams on the same day.
On the 5th day (Friday) there will be a scheduled MLA/MLT certification exam. You can read about the MLA/MLT certification on the ICML website: http://www.lubecouncil.org/
The cost of the 4 day course is $1695 CAD. The cost of the exam is $275 USD. Attendees wishing to take the exam must register directly with ICML. Register for an exam with ICML.
AMRRI was founded in 2006 to assist manufacturers interested in improving machine performance and productivity. AMRRI uses a detailed program that assesses, plans, develops, implements and monitors a plant's lubrication practices, all designed to increase machine productivity. AMRRI's team of experienced and knowledgeable lubrication engineers utilize their hard-earned expertise to build lubrication programs that address the client's real needs.
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ABOUT THE TRAINER
Mike Johnson has 25+ years of practical experience in the field of industrial lubrication and equipment reliability management. He has assisted in developing reliability improvement strategies and implementing reliability centered machine lubrication programs for many well-known multinational manufacturers, including Cargill, International Paper, Ford Motors, Goodyear, General Mills, Saturn, Southdown, Chemetals, Arcadian Group, Diesel Recon, and many others. Mike has an extensive background in theoretical and practical tribology and uses this knowledge assisting organizations that want to improve machine reliability through training, in-plant coaching, failure analysis, and through advice and support in developing standards for precision lubrication practices.