Topics: Quality, Safety & Maintenance
By attending this seminar, you will be able to:
This seminar is designed for anyone involved in product design, life testing, reliability testing and validation for passenger cars, light trucks, heavy duty, off-highway or aerospace vehicles, including reliability engineers, validation engineers, design engineers and their managers. Individuals who need to achieve shorter time to market or higher quality through custom test plans will find this course to be especially valuable. Purchasers or users of testing or engineering services will also find this course to be valuable. There are no prerequisites for this course although a technical background is helpful.
"This course provided some unique vehicle development techniques aimed at reducing time and discovery of product weakpoints."
Toyota Technical Center
"This seminar was a very good overview on testing methods, their advantages, pitfalls and limitations."
"I found this seminar comprehensive and useful. Many items unexpectedly helped me in other areas."
"This is definitely the course to help you figure out what you want your reliability testing program to do."
"This program gave me ideas on how I can develop my own test facilities to a more efficient and cost driven unit."
"Best testing course that I am actually going to go back to work and begin applying immediately."
"Very informative seminar that will help me understand accelerated test methods and utilize during my career."
“Insightful training, it covered multiple testing methods explaining the pros and cons of each technique. The instructor had real world examples of the various test strategies.”
Donald Schaufus Jr
L-3 Communications Telemetry
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
This course is instructed by Alexander Porter, Global Director of Engineering for Intertek, where he’s been employed since 1992. Since 1996, Alex has been developing accelerated testing methods for mechanical components and systems. He has three patents relating to accelerated testing equipment and has authored more than 40 articles and technical papers on accelerated testing. His book, Accelerated Testing and Validation, was published by Elsevier in 2004. In the past, Alex’s work has included FEA implementation in a laboratory setting and developing a thermal management system for an advanced data acquisition package by NASA's Drydon Flight Research Facility. He’s a member of SAE and IEEE and holds a B.S. in aircraft engineering and an M.S. in mechanical engineering, both from Western Michigan University.