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Vibration Analyst Advance – Preparatory Training ISO VA CAT II

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Learn to be an effective vibration analyst – capable of diagnosing a wide range of faults, conducting special tests, and performing precision aligning and balancing machinery

  1. Program objectives:

o             To train you to be a successful and competent vibration analyst.

•             To develop abilities to diagnose a wide range of fault conditions.

•             Pragmatic approach to collect the right data with the correct vibration analyzer settings.

•             To provide useful tips so that you may validate the diagnosis.

•             Alignment & balancing improve the reliability of the equipment.

  • Who should attend:
  • Engineering Executives
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Planning Engineers
  • Maintenance & Reliability Engineers
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineers
  • Program Brief:

This course is a combination of reliability improvement (through precision maintenance practices), Condition monitoring and root cause failure analysis and provides the best all-round approach to reducing maintenance costs and improving availability. The key is that with the VA Level-II course, you will transition from being a person who is primarily capable of collecting data to a person who can diagnose faults on the critical machinery, and in some cases, prevent or correct them.

  • Key Takeaways:
  • How a well-designed program, and the RCM approach (with precision balancing, alignment, lubrication and resonance control), will improve the OEE and therefore the bottom line
  • The condition monitoring technologies: acoustic emission, infrared analysis (thermography), oil analysis, wear particle analysis, motor testing – via supplementary training
  • How machines work – via supplementary self-study via the “Equipment Knowledge” section
  • How to select the correct measurement location and axis, and collect good, repeatable measurements
  • How to analyse vibration spectra, time waveforms and phase measurements
  • How to diagnose a wide range of fault conditions: unbalance, eccentricity, misalignment, bent shaft, cocked bearing, looseness, rolling element bearings faults, journal bearing faults, gearbox faults, resonance, and other conditions
  • Key Features:

You will come away from the course with a solid understanding of:

  • Vibration Analysis details & live case studies
  • Maintenance Strategies
  • Implementation of Successful Condition Monitoring Plan
  • Learn how to Prepare Vibration Analysis report
  • Learn the Execution plan of Vibration Analysis work order
  • Key Benefits:
  • Great deal to learn, that will help you to perform your role with confidence. In this course you will:

• Increase your knowledge on maintenance practices &the common condition monitoring technologies

• Increase your knowledge about data collection, testing techniques, sensor types

• Learn a great deal about signal processing and the settings of your vibration analyzer

• Increase your knowledge of spectrum analysis, time waveform analysis, and phase analysis and why these tools are used by the vibration analyst

• Learn about common failure modes and how to detect them, including unbalance, misalignment, looseness, resonance, pump/fan/compressor vane, cavitation, turbulence, gearbox & bearing failures

• Learn about precision shaft alignment and soft foot correction

• Learn about single and two-plane balancing

• Learn the basics of setting alarm limits: band alarms, and mask/envelope alarms

Trainer Profile:


More than 25 years of global and local experience of Plant Asset Management, Predictive, Proactive Maintenance system designing & its Implementation. Involve in Reliability Centered Maintenance for plant maintenance strategy development & also reviewed strategies for implementation of Enterprise Asset Management, through SAP / ORACLE/ MAXIMO. He passes master’s degree in engineering and business management.

  • CBM, Reliability, RCM & EAM Pioneer in Pakistan (Services, Projects & Trainings)
  • Established Training Centers, Workshops and Digital technical library for Industries.
  • Inventory Management using SPARO (Spare Part Optimization) technique for EAM.
  • IIOT system designing & implementation for Industry, especially for Industry 4.0

Meeting with the President KCCI

Director Professional Development Centre met Muhammad Idrees President KCCI and Qazi Zahid Hussain Vice President for a meeting at the Karachi Chambers of Commerce KCCI along with the team of National youth assembly. A lengthy discussion regarding the youth development was done. A need for the Universities to conduct teacher training workshops, seminars and conferences was proposed. Help and facilitation was promised to the Universities for the growth and development of the youth.

MOU Signing between DSU & International School of Business & Law

The Chief Executive Officer of International School of Business & Law, Mr. Iqbal Shafi visited DHA Suffa University on 29th April, 2022. The two institutions signed a Memorandum of Understanding in a ceremony on the day. This MoU was signed to jointly hold classes at Diploma Level in Law in the short term followed by a Degree Level Program.

The ceremony was attended by Mr. Iqbal Shafi, DSU’s Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Muhammad Afzal Haque, DSU’s Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Ahmed Saeed Minhas and Ms. Jessica Janet Jarrar, Director, Professional Development Center, DSU.

The leadership of DSU & IOBAL both expressed eagerness and a strong commitment to work closely for the MOU’s implementation and to make it mutually beneficial for both the organizations.


“Super-Learning Systems”

On April 13, 2022, The Professional Development Center (PDC) of DHA Suffa University in collaboration with Futuristic Learning U.S.A. conducted an awareness session on “Super-Learning Systems” for its students, faculty, staff and guests. The event was held in DSU’s Auditorium.

The session was conducted by Ms. Sania Alam, Super-Learning Master Trainer at Futuristic Learning U.S.A. Sania brought with her almost 20 years of experience in memory development. She briefed the audience how humans can develop their learning skills such as Mind Mapping, Speed Reading and Memory Skills development, achieve MORE in LESS time with Greater speeds.

During the session she coached the audience with a breathing and concentration building exercise that would help them in managing and controlling their body and mind in any stressful situation.
The proceedings of the sessions were orchestrated by Ms. Jessica Janet Jarrar, Director, Professional Development Center, DHA Suffa University.

The Chief Guests at the program were Dr. Iqbal Afridi (Dean, College of Physicians of Pakistan) and Dr. Kiran Hashmi (Professor, Ziauddin University) who shared their views on the subject. Both the honoured speakers emphasized and communicated the importance of positive and mindful approach towards life.

The Pro Vice Chancellor, Brig. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Saeed Minhas appreciated the tremendous work being done by Ms. Sania Alam and her team. He thanked the chief guests in attendance for their time and sharing their vision with the university’s faculty, students and staff.

The session concluded with the presentation of shields and gifts to the visitors and guests.


Diploma in Data Science

On March 27, 2022 DHA Suffa University concluded the “Diploma in Data Science”. This Diploma Program attained its targets through a conducive blend of theory and hands-on training sessions.

Diploma in Data Science was implemented by our faculty members Mr. Usman Khalil and Mr. Sabah Quaiser, of the Computer Science Department. The participants appreciated their instructors and the program.

The Director Professional development Center Ms. Jessica Janet Jarrar led the certificate distribution ceremony. She reiterated that Data Science exists everywhere, to be honest, every exchange and interaction on any technological domain includes a certain set of data. She wished her best to the Diploma Graduates.

She valued the efforts of the instructors and wished all the best for the program’s future at DSU.