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Vibroserv conducts the ANSI accredited Vibration analyst category 1 and category 2 exam program on behalf of Vibration Institute, USA thru authorized professionals.

Our faculty team are category 4 certified professionals and has rich practical experience in training and solving real time vibration problems and exercise which suits for all industries.

Why Vibration institute vibration analyst certification is required?

The Vibration Institute vibration analyst certification program is the benchmark and recognized as one of the highest standards of industry knowledge and competence among professionals in the field. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, employers and clients seek the most qualified and knowledgeable professionals.


It is important that candidates have a combination of education, training, and experience so that they understand the principles and procedures of machinery vibration monitoring and diagnostics. Recommendations and requirements covered in ISO 18436-2: 2014.

Direct Entry to Category II

A candidate may skip the Vibration Institute Category I examination, certification, and formal training requirement for Category I only, and apply directly for Category II if they meet any one of the following criteria. Refer to Canditate Information and CF009 Form.


It is recommended, but not mandatory, that candidates for Category I and Category II have a secondary school education. Candidates for Category III and Category IV are expected to be able to manipulate simple algebraic equations, use a basic scientific calculator, and be computer literate. Completion of two or more years of study in mechanical technology or mechanical engineering is also highly recommended at these levels.


To be eligible for the certification examination candidates shall have successfully completed formal training, which has been based on the Body of Knowledge for each category. Training should take the form of formal lectures, demonstrations, trainer specified practical exercises, and/or distance controlled self-study. Any distance self-study by the candidate will be assessed by the trainer for evidence of adequate knowledge acquisition before other forms or form of training commence. Practical exercises shall follow practical skills and knowledge training and be assessed by the trainer.

Table 1 – Minimum Required Training Hours
Category I Category II Category III Category IV
30 Hours Category I +
38 hours
Category II +
38 hours
Category III +
64 hours

To be eligible for the certification examination candidates shall provide evidence of experience in the field of machinery condition monitoring and diagnostics and electrical and mechanical technologies. The minimum experience requirements can be found in Table 2 below:

Table 2 – Minimum Required Experience in Months
Category I Category II Category III Category IV
6 months 18 months 36 months 60 months

* Candidates applying for mature entry into Category II, who meet the requirements noted in the Application for Examination and Certification CF009, are required to have a minimum of 12 months experience. All others applying for Category II must have a minimum of 18 months of experience.


Candidates are required to answer a number of multiple choice questions based on the topics in ISO 18436:2, Annex A and job analyses conducted by the Institute’s Certification Committee. The topics are summarized for each category in the Body of Knowledge. Questions selected from databases are of a practical nature and cover the concepts, principles and applications necessary to conduct machinery vibration measurements. Mathematical calculations are required as is a capability to interpret tables, plots, and charts as given in the sample questions found in the Certification Handbook from vibration institute website.

Table 3 – Exam Details by Category
Category Number of Questions on Exam Time Allowed to Complete Exam
Category I 60 2 Hours
Category II 100 3 Hours
Category III 100 4 Hours
Category IV 60 5 Hours

Pertinent equations are supplied for the closed-book examinations and reference materials are not permitted in the examination room. All calculations must be completed on the examination. Pens, pencils and a scientific calculator must be brought for examinations in all categories.

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