Mobius Institute Exceeds 100 Authorized Training Centers Worldwide
Mobius Institute, the premier provider of asset reliability improvement and condition monitoring training, certification, and condition-based maintenance (CBM) conferences and online media, has announced that in 2019 its training and certification business has expanded to include 107 training centers now in 55 countries worldwide.
Mobius Institute is ISO 17024 and ISO 18436-1 accredited and through its ATO centers, provides training and certification for ISO 18436 Category I-IV vibration analysts and Asset Reliability Practitioners (ARP) Category I-III to its students.
In addition to its core business of vibration analysis and asset reliability training & certification, Mobius Institute Board of Certification also provides certification of ultrasound analysis according to ISO 18436-1 and ISO 18436-8, and infrared thermography according to ISO 18436-1 and 18436-7.
Mobius Institute is headquartered near Melbourne, Australia, and manages its 107 worldwide training centers from its offices in Belgium, India, Mexico and the United States. Its 107 authorized training centers deliver the training and examinations in accordance with ISO standards, and student examinations are centrally graded and certifications are awarded through its main operations in Australia. Mobius Institute has trained over 30,000 industry professionals since 2005.
- Our success in becoming a leader in industrial training results from our unique approach to training that makes complex concepts easy to understand and by providing accredited certification that is recognized worldwide, said Jason Tranter, founder and CEO of Mobius Institute.
- Our Authorized Training Centers are operated by the best professionals in industry, having extensive experience and a deep understanding of the topics we teach.
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