No, Industrial.Training courses are offered through subscription. You may access it at any time and review the content as often as you like.
Industrial.Training courses are subscription and accessed via the Internet. Your account will expire 3 months or 90 days after activation. You can extend your subscription.
Yes, you will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of all Industrial.Training courses. At the end of the courses you will be provided with a Certificate of Achievement with the topic and time in hours spent per course. These certificates are accepted as fulfillment of continuing education requirements as well as requirements to be able to take various certification exams.
Industrial.Training does offer public classes. The only difference with the on-line option is the learning environment. You work at your own pace. You save on travel costs such as hotel, food and transportation normally associated with having to take a class away from home. You can complete the course work at your office or at home.
Industrial.Training offers live Webinars to review each section with an instructor and other students on-line. The Webinars offer a great live venue to discuss ideas and ask questions as well as participate in group discussion.
Industrial.Training can host a Learning Management System (LMS) for your group. The LMS account will provide individual training accounts for each of the students you register ahead of time. This option is recommend 10 or more students.
Customized training sessions can be developed. Contact Industrial.Training at info@Industrial.Training for more information.
- Education and/or Experience – Candidates must have at least two years education (post-secondary) or on-the-job training in one or more of the following fields: machine lubrication, engineering, mechanical maintenance and/or maintenance trades.
- Training – Candidate must have received at least 16 hours of documented formal training in machinery lubrication. Training fulfills this requirement.
- Examination – Each candidate must successfully pass a written, 100 question, multiple-choice examination that evaluates the candidate’s knowledge of the topic. Candidates have three hours to complete the closed-book examination. A score of 70% is required to pass the examination and achieve certification. Contact ICML about the availability of the exam in other languages.
- 16 hours of training in oil analysis-related courses, which may include company training programs. Training fulfills this requirement.
- One year of experience utilizing oil analysis in the field of lubrication.
- OMA I certification is obtained by scoring 70 percent or higher on the designated exam that standardizes the body of knowledge for an Oil Monitoring Analyst. Certification is valid for three years, after which individuals are required to recertify to maintain their OMA I status.