Next Extraordinary Reliability Engineers Course Starts Tuesday 16 July

Hey there future Extraordinary Reliability Engineer!

It’s time to get serious.

Industry is currently undergoing huge changes, with new technology and processes being introduced daily. What can you do as a reliability engineer to avoid wasting your time on low-value tasks?

To become a Extraordinary Reliability Engineer you need focus in on doing the right things at the right time.

THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.

If you understand “WHY” or at least have the desire to understand exactly “HOW” to become an Extraordinary Reliability Engineer, this training is for you.

I’ll show you how to apply the habits that I have learned from over 15 years of experience as a reliability engineer. This means that if you follow the course you will learn 14 years and 7 months worth of wisdom in only two weeks!

During this first free 60-minute online event, I’ll be sharing with you:

  • The 5 Don’ts – what I should have done and the mistakes I’ve made
  • The 5 Habits – what I did to correct situations
  • How the habits were determined
  • Course program for the next 10 weeks

Location:

The webinar will take place online using Zoom video conferencing, which means you can watch from the comfort of your home or work place. Emails with details to access the Zoom conference will be emailed to you 24 hours prior to the event, so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox. If you do not recieve the details or cannot find them. Please email us at marketing@reliabilityextranet.com as soon as you can and we will respond with the details.

Date:

Tuesday 16th of July 2019 6pm AEST (Sydney/Melbourne time)

To register for this free web event:

Simply register for your free ticket, add your details, and you will receive an email confirmation with the webinar link and additional emails over the coming days.

Limited time offer:

This webinar will not be recorded, you will need to be present on the web event to get the details of the offer.

I look forward to sharing an insightful hour with you on July 16th.

Peter Horsburgh

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iLEAD Mentorship Program

If you’ve been following my work for a while, you know I love sharing my wisdom with the world in several different ways, from blogposts, to books, to consultations, to speaking events, to online courses, and more. That is why I am happy to announce my involvement in the iLEAD program at the University of Newcastle.

The iLEAD program connects student mentees looking to explore their leadership capabilities with their ideal mentors. I have been selected as a mentor by two students who are interested in my mentorship because I am the head of an entrepreneurial business focusing on upcoming IT products. I’m really looking forward to guiding these students towards unlocking their fullest potential.

Over the next few months, I will:

  • Ask my mentees thoughtful questions about their goals, aspirations, and methods.
  • Provide guidence and contructive feedback on their approach to other people in professional situations.
  • Cultivate a positive culture of mentoring between industry and the University of Queensland.
  • Nudge my mentees further towards independence.

If you would like to learn more about the iLEAD program, click this link. I hope I can provide my mentees with the guidance I wish I had at their age.

Next Extraordinary Reliability Engineers Course Starts April 9

Hey there future Extraordinary Reliability Engineer!

It’s time to get serious.

Industry is currently undergoing huge changes, with new technology and processes being introduced daily. What can you do as a reliability engineer to avoid wasting your time on low-value tasks?

To become a Extraordinary Reliability Engineer you need focus in on doing the right things at the right time.

THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.

If you understand “WHY” or at least have the desire to understand exactly “HOW” to become an Extraordinary Reliability Engineer, this training is for you.

I’ll show you how to apply the habits that I have learned from over 15 years of experience as a reliability engineer. This means that if you follow the course you will learn 14 years and 7 months worth of wisdom in only two weeks!

During this first free 60-minute online event, I’ll be sharing with you:

  • The 5 Don’ts – what I should have done and the mistakes I’ve made
  • The 5 Habits – what I did to correct situations
  • How the habits were determined
  • Course program for the next 10 weeks

Location:

The webinar will take place online using Zoom video conferencing, which means you can watch from the comfort of your home or work place.

Date:

Tuesday 9th of April 2019 1.00pm AEST (Sydney/Melbourne time)

To register for this free web event:

Simply register for your free ticket, add your details, and you will receive an email confirmation with the webinar link and additional emails over the coming days.

Limited time offer:

This webinar will not be recorded, you will need to be present on the web event to get the details of the offer.

I look forward to sharing an insightful hour with you on April 9th.

Peter Horsburgh