Certification Course (4 days)
optional MLA II - Exam by ICML (1/2 Day) – 275 $ at ICML
1320.- € + VAT. for the 4-day seminar
A participation in the official MLA II exam is voluntary.
The exam takes place on Friday immediately after the certification course from 9.00 am till 12.00 pm in Brannenburg and is conducted by the ICML.
Please register yourself in time two weeks before the examination date directly at the ICML if you want to take part in the exam.
MLA II examination fee (not included in seminar):
$ 275 USD
Techical or maintenance staff of factories or plants where their main tasks include different acitivities in relation to oil and grease analysis for machinery condition monitoring. This includes e.g. sampling, sample Management, execution of simple oil Analysis tests on-site as well as administration and evaluation of test results.
The MLA II certification (Machinery Lubricant Analyst - Level II) approves that skilled technical employees in the area of machinery lubrication and there especially in machine condition Monitoring and maintenance are able to perform the following tasks appropriately:
Usually the oil analysis specialist is in continous contact with the machine and has influence on the selection and condition of the lubricants and hydraulic fluids in use.
A basic understanding about lubrication, wearout, oil Analysis procedures and tribology is presumed.
To become certified, an individual must meet the following requirements:
Note: ICML does not require, recommend, endorse or authorize any specific training course as official or approved. It is the responsibility of each candidate to research the training options available in his/her area and make a decision as to the training provider of his/her choice. ICML recommends the outline of the course of choice be compared to the exam's Body of Knowledge. It is in the person's best interest and their responsibility as an ICML candidate to ensure they are being trained in the same subject areas in which they will be tested. ICML's Bodies of Knowledge are of public domain and can be utilized by companies in the development of courses, as well as by any prospective candidate for evaluating the appropriateness of chosen training.