MACHINERY LUBRICATION TRAINING COURSE
LEVEL I FUNDAMENTAL
3-day training with optional ICML MLT I or MLA I certification exam.
MLT I: Level I Machine Lubrication Technician
MLA I: Level I Machine Lubricant Analyst
LEVEL II ADVANCED
2 1/2-day training with optional ICML MLT II certification exam.
MLT II: Level II Machine Lubrication Technician
A Level II Advanced 2 1/2-day training course with optional ICML MLT II (Level II Machine Lubrication Technician) certification exam
Venue: Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Trainer: Kevan J Slater
02-04 July 2012
With optional ICML MLT II certification exam:
04 July 2012
Are your lubes and hydraulic oils degrading unnecessarily in the same old way to require the same old frequency of oil change? Are the lubricated components of your equipment and machineries wearing out unnecessarily in the same old way to require the same old interval for overhaul and parts replacement; and still sometimes fail unexpectedly?
Have you resigned yourself to the notion that this same old cycle of oil degradation and machinery wear is normal and a matter of course, with the attendant high and recurring maintenance and operational expenses? This needs not be so !
A proper lubrication maintenance programme observed by trained personnel is a quick and easy way to prolong lube/hydraulic oil life, reduce wear of the lubricated components, and monitor the health of both the oil and the components, leading to savings in maintenance and operational costs, increased uptime, and avoidance of forced stoppage.
The Level I Fundamental Course is an essential course for all persons across levels whose job involves performing, supervising or managing day-to-day machinery lubrication maintenance activities. It is designed for practical relevance for:
The Level II Advanced Course is an essential course for personnel who are directly involved in all aspects of machinery lubrication maintenance and equipment reliability, and who have strong influence on lubricant selection and application, filtration and contamination control, condition monitoring of in-service lubricants and hydraulic oils, and trouble-shooting of lubrication-related problems.
- MANAGERS overseeing the operational or facility maintenance and equipment reliability.
- ENGINEERS and TECHNICIANS involved in the lubrication maintenance and reliability of industrial machineries, mobile heavy equipment, highway fleets and marine vessels.
- TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPPORT and SALES ENGINEERS involved in account management and consultative sales of lubricants, industrial machineries and parts.