Certified Maintenance and Reliability Technician (CMRT) Exam Review Course (TM00)

Certified Maintenance and Reliability Technician (CMRT) Exam Review Course (TM00)

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For application and test details for the CMRT program click here.

Length: 3 days
CEU Credits: 2.1
Course Hours: 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
(Except Morristown, NJ location classes are 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. and Columbia, IL location is 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.)


This course is designed as a fast paced review for the experienced maintenance mechanic. It provides a thorough overview of the knowledge and mechanical skills required in today’s industrial maintenance environment. It is designed specifically for industrial maintenance mechanics preparing for the CMRT exam. An explanation of the examination process and practice taking a certification-type exam is provided.

You will be able to:

• Properly employ safety, health, and environmental skills and knowledge that will enable you to take responsibility and corrective action in order to prevent incidents that would otherwise result in injury or death to yourself and or your co-workers.
• Perform preventive and or predictive maintenance according to the work plan in order to maximize mean time between failures.
• Research and collect information relating to a maintenance request by reviewing the work order and interviewing the necessary personnel in order to determine the general nature of the problem
• Verify troubleshooting analysis by disassembly and inspection of components using established procedures in accordance with applicable standards and guidelines.

You will cover:

• Maintenance Practices (Safety): Lockout and Tag-Out Policies and Procedures | Zero Energy State | Proper use of Power Ttools and Hand Tools | Ladder Safety | Slips, Trips and Falls | Fall Protection | Proper use of PPE
Preventive and Predictive Maintenance:  Performing Preventive and Predictive Maintenance to Maximize Mean Time between Failures | Proper Lubrication of Equipment | Performing Alignment Checks According to Specifications | Proper Checks on Safety Systems and Sevices
Troubleshooting and Analysis: Collecting and Analyzing Information in Regards toWork Requests to Determine the Nature of the Problem | Verifying that the Problem is Valid or if a Problem really exists | Locate and Review Technical Documentation of the Equipment in Question |Search Previous Documentation of Similar Problems with the same Equipment | Identify the Cause of the Problem.
• Corrective Maintenance: Troubleshooting Analysis by Disassembling and Inspection of Components | Confirm that the Identified Corrective Action is the Appropriate One | Repair the Malfunction with the Best Method in Order to Return the Equipment to Service in a Timely Fashion | Follow Up with Observation and Monitoring of Equipment after it is in Service to Confirm Successful Repairs | Release Equipment for Service According to Company Procedures

Classroom/Laboratory Exercises:

• Equipment identification exercises using diagrams of the most commonly found components in manufacturing facilities

Course Prerequisites:

• A minimum of five years (7,500 hours) experience in the maintenance mechanic field in an industrial manufacturing facility.
• Three years (4,500 hours) and a two year associate degree (40 semester hours) in maintenance in an accredited institution.

If you wish to register offline, download the Training Registration Form, complete, and return to ISA with your payment.

Not sure this particular course is for you?
pre-instructional survey is available for you to evaluate your level of understanding of the course material and to show you the types of questions you’ll be able to answer after completing the course.
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