BMT Announces Calendar for Reliability Engineering Training Courses

BMT Reliability Consultants (BMT), an operating company of BMT Group Ltd, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, is pleased to announce that its Autumn Training Course Programme is now available to support customers in the areas of asset acquisition and through life operation.

Through a selection of public and bespoke courses running throughout the autumn of 2013, BMT will offer training in: Software Reliability and Safety; Reliability Engineering; Aircraft Maintenance Programme Development, Integrated Logistic Support and Reliability Centred Maintenance for project managers,  design engineers, safety, reliability and maintenance personnel.

BMT provides tailored, comprehensive support services combined with independent, impartial advice and decision support, to deliver through-life engineering solutions in the defence, oil and gas, rail and aerospace sectors. With a background in the practical application of supportability, reliability and maintainability techniques across a variety of industries and market sectors, the company is well-placed to offer comprehensive technical training.

Andrew Cooper, Managing Director of BMT Reliability Consultants comments: Our breadth of engineering expertise ensures maximum training success, offering globally advanced tools, techniques and principles such as Reliability Centred Maintenance, Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis, and Fault Tree Analysis. The training courses aim to equip delegates with an understanding of the issues relating to the design, reliability, safety, maintainability, supportability and associated costs of products and services.

For a full breakdown of available courses and to benefit from BMTs engineering support capabilities, please visit http://www.bmtrcl.com/training/

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