ISO Category I-IV
Expert Vibration Analysis - ISO Category IV Training - Students will require all the knowledge and skills expected of category I-III. In addition, they shall be able to direct and audit condition monitoring strategies. Employers should recognize that a category IV individual will have a broad technical knowledge and experience of a range of machine solutions and techniques, and an in-depth knowledge of a selection of them.
Who Should Get Certified: This course is intended for maintenance technicians and engineers who want to become an expert in vibration analysis.
Required Experience: Two years or more training in mechanical technology or mechanical engineering at an accredited college, university or technical school is strongly recommended. Candidates should be able to manipulate simple algebraic equations, use a basic scientific calculator, and be familiar with the operation of personal computers.
Combined Course Length: 200 hours
Level IV Vibration Analyst Certification Requirements – To become a Level IV Vibration Analyst, and obtain ISO Accredited Certification through the Vibration Institute, you must have completed the Vibration Analysis CAT II & Vibration Analysis CAT III courses and passed both exams with a 75% or greater. The student must also complete the following courses with Red Wolf Reliability before being eligible to take the CAT IV exam: ODS and Modal Analysis, Rotordynamics, and Dynamic Balancing.
It is also recommended to have at least 60 months of experience as a vibration analyst with 110 hours of formal training or independent study.
Exam: Available on any exam date. Cost $500
|Advanced Applied Vibration Analysis - ISO Category III||Oct. 16-20, 2023||Fort Collins, CO|
|ODS and Modal Analysis||Aug. 21-25, 2023||Fort Collins, CO|
|Rotordynamics||Aug. 7-11, 2023||Fort Collins, CO|
|Dynamic Balancing||Sept. 12-14, 2023||Fort Collins, CO|