Certified Lubrication Specialist (Virtual)
December 1 - December 3
This is a 3-day course designed to prepare attendees for the Certified Lubrication Specialist™ (CLS) certification exam offered by The Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE). While this course covers all the topics in the body of knowledge (see below), we make no statement that this training alone will fully prepare an attendee to challenge an exam, nor guarantee successful certification.
- Lubrication Fundamentals
- Fluid Conditioning
- Storage, Handling and Application of Lubricants
- Monitoring and Reducing Consumption of Lubricants
- Fluid Power
- Lubricant Manufacturing
- Transportation Lubricants
- Solvents and Cleaners
- Problem Solving
- Lubricant Analysis
- Lubrication Programs
TRAINING COURSE REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Registration Fee: $1,495.00 per person
Registration includes all course materials, as well as a light breakfast, snack, and lunch each day.
Class Location: Virtual (GoToWebinar)
Class Times: 7:30am-4:30pm Eastern Standard Time daily
Expert Instructor: Evan Zabawski, CLS, Senior Technical Advisor
Evan Zabawski is the Senior Technical Advisor at TestOil, he is a Certified Lubrication Specialist with extensive experience training tradesmen and professionals in a variety of fields including: lubrication fundamentals, contamination control, condition monitoring, RCM/FMEA and used oil analysis. Evan is heavily involved with STLE, having been a member for over 18 years, serving the last 8 years as Editor of TLT Magazine, recently joining the Board of Directors and previously serving as editor of The Basic Handbook of Lubrication – Third Edition.
Study Materials: The STLE website contains all the pertinent information regarding CLS Certification. It contains a suggested reading list; TestOil highly recommends the second choice, The Basic Handbook of Lubrication – Third Edition, which can be purchased from the STLE website.
We also recommend reviewing the two ASTM standards that are listed, which are available from https://www.astm.org/