CRP Course Requirement

20 of the 40 credits required for CRP certification must be earned through completion of eligible training courses.

CRP Core Curriculum

In order to assure that all Certified Reliability Professionals possess the minimum required skills for performing reliability-related work, all participants must complete the "CRP Core Curriculum."

If you are following the Reliability Engineering: Product Development Track:

G400 Foundations of Reliability Engineering Data Analysis & Modeling - 5 credits
D560 Design for Reliability (DFR) Program Planning and Implementation - 5 credits
G522A System Reliability and Maintainability Analysis and Optimization - 3 credits

If you are following the Reliability Engineering: Asset Management Track:

G400 Foundations of Reliability Engineering Data Analysis & Modeling
OR M440 Reliability and Maintainability Analysis for Repairable Systems - 5 credits
M560 Reliability-Based Program Planning and Implementation in Asset Management - 5 credits
G522A System Reliability and Maintainability Analysis and Optimization - 3 credits

CRP Elective Courses

For the remaining credits, you can select any combination of additional courses that meet your particular interests and needs. Potential subjects include FMEA, RCM, FRACAS, Standards Based Reliability Prediction, Quantitative Accelerated Life Testing, DOE and many others. Please consult the Reliability Education Course List for a complete list of all eligible courses, along with their CRP credit values.


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