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Illinois Valley Community College
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Illinois Valley Community College

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Reliability Solutions

Tim Dunton

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Oct 31, 2023 @ 8:00 am

-to-Nov 2, 2023 @ 4:30 pm


3 Session(s) Weekly - Tue, Wed, Thu


Oglesby Campus

815 N. Orlando Smith Road
Oglesby, IL  61348

Illinois Valley Community College is located at 815 N. Orlando Smith Road, Oglesby, Illinois 61348. Student parking is available in Lot #7, Lot #2, #3, #4, #5.

Visitor parking is available in Lot #1. ADA parking is available at an accessible lot located near the front of the building.

Parking for evening classes is available in Lot #1 after 5 p.m.

An information desk is located inside the main entrance.

Directional signs will be posted inside the main entrance and Lot #7 entrance to assist students in locating their classroom.

If you have questions about the location of your class, please contact the IVCC Continuing Education Center, 8 a.m.-4 p.m, Monday-Friday, excluding holidays.

Target Participants

Target Audience for the 3-day Training:

  • Corporate managers
  • Senior managers
  • Area/line managers
  • Superintendents
  • Maintenance supervisors


The art and science of manufacturing and distribution is a constantly evolving field, requiring a multifaceted approach to ensure that machinery and systems function efficiently and sustainably. The role of conveyance systems, particularly belt conveyors, is undeniable in the modern industrial landscape. Yet, their optimal performance is occasionally hindered by recurring failures. The Essential Craft Skills 2 - Light Manufacturing & Distribution seminar (ID: 11261) has been crafted to address these specific challenges.


Situated at the crossroads of practical skill development and analytical troubleshooting, this hands-on course delves into the intricate world of machinery inspection, lubrication fundamentals, and, most importantly, root cause failure elimination. But beyond the machinery, communication stands as a pivotal theme throughout the course. The objective is not just to identify and rectify, but also to articulate the findings comprehensively, ensuring cohesive team dynamics and timely rectification.

Processes Covered

Topics include:

  • Asset strategy development
  • Condition monitoring techniques such as vibration analysis and electrical condition monitoring
  • Precision maintenance® and machinery assembly and installation
  • Component failure identification and control
  • Pumps and piping systems
  • Asset operation and troubleshooting
  • Root cause problem elimination
  • Implementation of reliable manufacturing

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