IDCON Partners with The University of Tennessee Knoxville's Reliability and Maintainability Center (RMC) as a training partner
IDCON has partnered with The University of Tennessee Knoxville's Reliability and Maintainability Center (RMC) as a training partner for its Reliability & Maintainability Implementation Certification (RMIC®). RMC has designed the program for working professionals and gives the most Hands-on and practical maintenance and reliability education. It is a College of Engineering Guided Professional Development Program.
As a partner, IDCON's online training and in-person training curriculum is part of the program.
- It's a great opportunity for IDCON and for our customers that we've partnered with the University and are part of this program. said IDCON's president, Torbjorn Idhammar.
- I am especially excited that I will be presenting Managing Maintenance on August 25th as part of the RMC program.
IDCON's Managing Maintenance Virtual learning course is designed for anyone who is currently tasked with improving the reliability and maintenance work processes at their organization. It is also recommended for professionals who are interested in pursuing a career in maintenance and reliability management.
To sign up for Managing Maintenance or learn more about the University of TN Knoxville's Reliability & Maintainability Implementation Certification (RMIC®) program, visit https://rmc.utk.edu/professional-development/certificate/
To sign up for IDCON's Reliability and Maintenance Management courses visit www.idcon.com/events
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