Mobius Institute Becomes the Top Vibration Analysis Training Organization
Mobius Institute, the premier provider of vibration analysis and machine reliability training courses and products has now trained more than 25,000 vibration analysts since it began classroom vibration analysis courses in 2005.
Mobius Institute is accredited to ISO 17024 and ISO 18436-1 and provides training and accredited certification according to ISO 18436-1 and ISO 18436-2 through its training centers in over 50 countries. With nearly 3,800 students trained in the previous twelve months, Mobius continues its significant growth that it has experienced consistently since launching its classroom and online vibration training courses and accredited certification.
Mobius Institute began delivering vibration analysis training in 1999 with the launch of its flagship computer-based training product; iLearnVibration™. In 2005, the company moved its vibration analysis training to the classroom. In 2012, it became accredited, being one of only three organizations that offer accredited certification worldwide.
The 25,000-student achievement only considers ISO 18436 Category I-IV vibration analyst training. It does not include the thousands of students successfully trained in reliability improvement, precision maintenance techniques and condition monitoring courses, non-certified vibration/balancing/alignment courses, or individuals trained through Mobius computer-based training products.
- In the US and around the world, vibration analysts see the benefit of our training style which incorporates modern animations and software simulations, as they learn to understand these complex subjects, says Jason Tranter, founder and CEO, Mobius Institute.
To learn more about Mobius Institute, visit www.mobiusinstitute.com
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