To become certified,
an individual must meet the following requirements:
Education and/or Experience - Candidates must
have at least three years education (post-secondary) or on-the-job training in
one or more of the following fields: machinery lubrication, engineering,
mechanical maintenance and/or maintenance trades.
Hold Level I Machinery
Lubrication Technician (MLT) certification.
Training - Candidate must have received 32 hours of documented
formal training in machinery lubrication as outlined in the Body of Knowledge
of the MLT II.
Note: ICML does not require, recommend, endorse or authorize any specific
training course as official or approved. It is the responsibility of each
candidate to research the training options available in his/her area and make a
decision as to the training provider of his/her choice. ICML recommends the
outline of the course of choice be compared to the exam's Body of Knowledge. It
is in the person's best interest and their responsibility as an ICML candidate
to ensure they are being trained in the same subject areas in which they will
be tested. ICML's Bodies of Knowledge are of public domain and can be utilized
by companies in the development of courses, as well as by any prospective
candidate for evaluating the appropriateness of chosen training.
Examination - Each candidate must successfully
pass a written, 100 question multiple choice examination that tests the
candidate's mastery of the body of knowledge. Candidates have three hours to
complete the closed-book examination. A score of 70% is required to pass the
examination and achieve certification. Contact ICML about the availability of
the exam in other languages.