eLearning course – introduction to condition-based maintenance (CBM)

Course title: Introduction to condition-based maintenance (CBM)

Context of CBM, process and 9 Monitoring techniques

  • Foundational & practitioner levels
  • Available for subscription and package buying

Target audience

  • Engineering, technical trainees – GETs, GTs
  • 0-3 years experienced engineers and technicians
  • Management trainees
  • Maintenance professionals
  • May also include, a certain non-tech professionals who need to understand or refresh basics of technical aspects


  • Understanding of condition-based maintenance strategy, its context and benefits in manufacturing.
  • To gets a perfect foundational grip on 9 monitoring techniques used in CBM.
  • Encourages learner to take up further learning in this subject.
  • Works as a base for advanced training.
  • Helps L&D as a pre-qualification or qualification criteria for designing further learning plan for the learner.

Learning objectives

After completing the course, learner will be able to -

  • Describe CBM as an important equipment maintenance strategy
  • Explain context of CBM
  • Describe process of CBM
  • Discuss benefits and savings by implementation of CBM
  • Elaborate on monitoring techniques

eLearning course features

  • SCORM 1.2 compliant version; accessible via web browser
  • Contents are illustrated by means of diagrams, charts, animations, pictures, drawings and other graphic media
  • Intuitive navigation, user friendly menu, help menu
  • Interactive text and voice to engage the learner
  • Self-paced
  • Interactive knowledge checks & assessment questions

Enggenious edge

  • This eLearning course is created by subject matter experts (SMEs) having global field experience in the subject.
  • These SMEs are also experienced in delivering classroom (ILT) trainings on the subject and also other subjects at engineering institutes and premium global companies.
  • SMEs who have created this course are available for training, mentoring and consultancy at site / via web.