Vibration Testing and Shock Testing Certificates

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Attending all 4 days of training will earn you both your Vibration Testing Learning Path Certificate and Shock Testing Learning Path Certificate.

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are part of the Vibration Testing Learning Path Certificate and courses marked with an addition sign (+) are part of the Shock Testing Learning Path Certificate.

Pricing Information



Modern Practices in Intermediate Vibration Testing*

The purpose of this course is to offer a comprehensive familiarization with leading edge issues and best practices in vibration during all phases of the system development. Moving beyond the basics to more complex and realistic vibration scenarios, the student will interact with the instructor and fellow students to maximize understanding of leading concepts in fatigue theory, requirements development, advanced test techniques (including multi-axis and synergistic testing), and vibration test management.

Upcoming training dates:

February 24, 2020
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
National Technical Systems (NTS)
5325 Old Winter Garden Road
Orlando, FL  32811
Online registration closes February 10, 2020


Systems Approach to Vibration Testing*

This one day course provides an overview of the systems approach to providing the “right” vibration testing to product development. Designed for testing and program managers, as well as test engineers, the class will cover requirement development, the role of test engineering in system development, and risk avoidance using vibration. Topics include: vibration testing in Life Cycle Development; using vibration testing in systems development; use of synergistic environments in risk reduction; use of vibration test artifacts during product development; and advanced vibration techniques and their role in systems testing.

February 25, 2020
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
National Technical Systems (NTS)
5325 Old Winter Garden Road
Orlando, FL  32811
Online registration closes February 10, 2020


Spectral Analysis*+

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the basic processing of stationary and non-stationary random measurement data for purposes of Laboratory Vibration Test Specification (LVTS) development. The first half discusses the fundamentals of spectrum analysis and illustrate Fourier based non-parametric spectrum estimation. This includes consideration of random data with embedded sine-tones. The last half considers a general framework and illustration of the development of a LVTS. The objective of the course is to provide procedures for processing field measured random vibration data and using the processed information for LVTS development. The LVTS then may be used to qualify materiel for in-service use.

February 26, 2020
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
National Technical Systems (NTS)
5325 Old Winter Garden Road
Orlando, FL  32811
Online registration closes February 10, 2020


Intermediate Shock Testing and SRS+

A brief overview will examine types of shocks, including classical waveform, transient, pyrotechnic, SRS, and seismic. The problems of measuring and analyzing shocks will be explored, and some helpful tips will be offered. The course will expand into specific shock applications, including MIL-S-901 Underwater Explosion, ballistic impact, and repetitive events.

February 27, 2020
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
National Technical Systems (NTS)
5325 Old Winter Garden Road
Orlando, FL  32811
Online registration closes February 10, 2020