CLS - Certified Lubrication Specialist (3-DAY)
Want to become a Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS)? A Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS) is the only independent certification for the lubrication professional that verifies your broad lubrication engineering knowledge. Certification recognizes those individuals who possess current knowledge of lubrication fundamentals and best practices in lubrication maintenance in industrial settings. Certified individuals must have at least three years of experience in the field of lubrication.
A Certified Lubrication Specialist is an individual who might be designated a "Lubrication Engineer" by his/her employer. However, it is not limited to this designation, as individuals from varied backgrounds, including sales and management, opt to become CLS certified to increase their credibility/standards. A certified lubrication specialist has the following typical responsibilities; evaluates and selects lubricants to use and their purchases, conducts lube surveys, trains lubricators and assembles work list, develops quality assurance and used lubricant analysis programs, troubleshoots and problem solves lubrication issues, maintains records of all application, as well as waste collection or disposal.
Lubrigard is hosting the prolific Ray Thibault who is the best known Certified Lubrication Specialist trainer in North America. Don't miss the opportunity to register for this course which will fill up fast!
The optional CLS exam is administered on the Friday morning at the training site and is proctored by the STLE. Registration for either the CLS or OMA I or OMA II exam can be done through the STLE at STLE.org, e-mail at email@example.com or call (847)825-5536.
COURSE OUTLINEThe CLS course will cover all categories of the STLE Certified Lubrication Specialist Exam as specified below.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Ray Thibault retired from ExxonMobil with 31 years of service in 2001 to form Lubrication Training & Consulting (LTC). He has done extensive training and consulting for many of the leading companies. As a contributing editor for Lubrication Management & Technology magazine he wrote bimonthly articles on lubrication for nine years. He served the session chairman for Lubricants World held at the International Maintenance and Predictive Maintenance Conferences and taught lubrication classes at the National STLE Conferences, MARTS, and IMC. He is an active speaker and instructor at many local STLE chapters. He has done extensive onsite training for many of the leading manufacturing companies. CLS, OMA I & II, MLT I & II, MLA II & III, Owner, Lubrication Training & Consulting (LTC).
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