Lubrication Training & Seminars

Training Semminars & Certifications

JERO Industrial offers training courses for all levels of expertise, from beginners to lubrication engineers. Enhance your knowledge, advance your professional development and increase the overall reliability of your assets by acquiring the latest knowhow on Tribology and Lubrication Best Practices. Get certified by the world recognized institutions, STLE and ICML, and let your skills improve the reliability of your operations. We offer public and private trainings.

1. Fundamentals and Integrity of Lubricants


Buyers, Logistics, Mechanics and Lubricators, Maintenance and Operations Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Lubrication Technicians, Production Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Preventive, Predictive and Proactive Programs Managers

16-hour On-Site Training Program which delves into the following topics:

  • Receive and inspect new lubricants
  • Protection of lubricant integrity
  • Transport and application of lubricants
  • Realization of field inspections
  • Excluding and eliminating contaminants
  • Analysis of new and used oils to guarantee their integrity

This includes 8 hours of theory and 8 hours of field work to ensure the proper implementation of the concepts learned.

2. Fundamentals of Lubrication of Machinery


Maintenance and Operations Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Lubrication Technicians, Operators and Mechanics, Production Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Preventive, Predictive and Proactive Programs Managers, Maintenance Technicians

Training program of 20 hours on site and certification exam which delves into the following topics:

  • Lubrication and its relation to the reliability of machinery
  • Basics of lubrication
  • Basics of oil analysis
  • Basic inspections of machinery
  • Basics of lubricating greases
  • Contamination Control
  • Grease and oil application methods
  • Lubricants of food grade and friendly to the environment

This includes theoretical retraining for 20-hour machinery lubrication technicians and on-site certification examination. An additional 4 hours is required for the MLT-1 certification exam.

3. Reliability Centered Tribology Leaders


Maintenance and Operations Oanagers, Maintenance Supervisors, Production Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Preventive, Predictive and Proactive Programs Managers

16-hour Training Program for the leaders of the Reliability-Centered Tribology program which delves into the following topics:

  • Life cycles of the lubrication process
  • Management levels
  • Identifying the evolution of the implementation
  • Determining the implementation priority
  • Analysis and identification of opportunities
  • Implementation of root cause analysis
  • Solution of priority problems
  • Cost / benefit analysis of the business case
  • Return on investment analysis
  • Development of the implementation plan of the improvements in its plant

Requires MLT-1 or MLA-1 Certifications. A total of five sessions are contemplated, one for each region.

4. Analysis of Root Cause and Failure Modes as improvement to the program of reliability and proactive maintenance


Maintenance and Operations Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Production Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Preventive, Predictive and Proactive Programs Managers

Training program of 16 hours on site which delves into the topics:

  • Failure Analysis, to find complex faults in equipment or processes
  • Critics
  • Analysis of recurring failures of critical equipment or processes
  • Analysis of Failure Modes and their Effects (FMEA)
  • Analysis of human errors, in the process of design and application of procedures.
  • Analysis of accidents and incidents, in Security Management systems and Occupational Health (SySO).

5. Maintenance of Electric Generators with Internal Combustion Engines


Maintenance Supervisors, Mechanics and Lubricators

On-site 16-hour Training Program which delves into the following topics:

  • Best practices to carry out lubrication tasks
  • Inspection of lubricant and refrigerant levels
  • Inspection of respirators
  • Inspection of magnetic plugs
  • Temperature inspection
  • Inspection of saturation indicators
  • Filling oils and coolants
  • Change of oils and coolants
  • Analysis of oils from combustion engines, refrigerants and fuel
  • Lubrication of bearings
  • Re-greasing
  • Quality identification of filters and replacements

This includes 8 hours of theory and 8 hours of field work to ensure the implementation of the best practices in actual lubrication processes of the operation.

6. Fundamentals of Lubricant Analysis


Maintenance supervisors, Lubrication Technicians, Production Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Preventive, Predictive and Proactive Programs Managers

20-hour on-site training program and certification exam which delves into the following topics:

  • Maintenance philosophies
  • Oil analysis program design
  • Selection of the machines to monitor
  • Basics of lubricant analysis
  • Sampling of lubricant - best practices
  • Determination of sampling frequencies
  • Lubrication basics
  • Analysis of properties of fluids
  • Contamination control and proactive maintenance
  • Fault detection and analysis of wear particles

This includes theoretical training for 20-hour machinery lubrication technicians and on-site certification examination. An additional 4 hours is required for the MLA-1 certification exam. These 4 hours of the exam may be right after the training or during the progress of the project.

7. Practical Industrial Lubrication


Maintenance and Operations Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Lubrication Technicians, Operators and Mechanics, Production Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Preventive, Predictive and Proactive Programs Managers, Maintenance Technician

This includes theoretical training for 20-hour machinery lubrication technicians and on-site certification examination. An additional 4 hours is required for the MLA-1 certification exam. These 4 hours of the exam may be right after the training or during the progress of the project.

  • Best practices to carry out lubrication tasks
  • Inspection of lubricant levels
  • Inspection of respirators
  • Inspection of magnetic plugs
  • Temperature inspection
  • Inspection of saturation indicators
  • Inspection of automatic lubricators
  • Filling of oils
  • Oil change
  • Lubrication of bearings
  • Re-greasing
  • Change of respirators

This includes 8 hours of theory and 8 hours of field work to ensure the implementation of the best practices in actual lubrication processes of the operation.

8. Proactive Maintenance Technologies


Maintenance and Operations Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Lubrication Technicians, Operators and Mechanics, Production engineers, Reliability Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Preventive, Predictive and Proactive Programs Managers, Maintenance Technicians

On-site 16-hour Training Program which delves into the following topics:

  • Proactive maintenance technologies and tools
  • Facilities use and management
  • Validations and inspections
  • Maintenance, repairs and service

This includes 8 hours of theory and 8 hours of field work to ensure the implementation of the best practices in actual lubrication processes of the operation.