Training

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Industrial Pneumatic Systems

Our 2-day Pneumatics Training is a highly intensive hands-on training course designed to help you and your MRO team to understand and become competent with working on a range of pneumatic equipment and is delivered by a highly qualified & experienced trainer.

The course covers a multitude of important learning topics from compressed air theory to circuit design and building. Furthermore, it forms the necessary foundation step to further training in the area of factory automation and associated control technologies.

  • February 13-15 2018
  • April 17-19 2018
  • September 11-13 2018
  • November 13-15 2018

– Production/ Process Personnel
– Maintenance Personnel
– Production & Engineering Supervisors

– Design & Operation of Pneumatic Components
– Circuit Symbols
– Pneumatic Circuit Theory
– General Servicing Procedures
– Fault Finding … and many more topics

  • Recognise the Function & Use of Pneumatic Components
  • Understand Compressed Air Units & Measurement
  • Design & Assemble Pneumatics Circuits
  • Fault Find with Confidence

Mechanical Systems & Tools

This is a course with a difference! It is run in a modern machine shop, co-hosted by two experienced Instructors, one with 30+ years’ experience in the many facets of Mechanical Engineering, the other, a Toolmaker who heads up a modern tool room facility, manufacturing parts and products for a worldwide market.

Much emphasis of this course is put on cost savings whilst carrying out mechanical repairs by imparting an appreciation to the participants on using the correct tools on sensitive and costly mechanical equipment, develop an attitude for doing the job right the first time, give an understanding of many of the areas in Mechanical Systems found in modern factories and to have participants leave with a more considered outlook when interacting with Mechanical Systems & Tools. Here’s a quick overview

  • March 22-24 2018
  • May 15-17 2018
  • October 16-18 2018
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • Production / Process Personnel
  • Production & Engineering Supervisors
  • Technical Trainers
  • Technical Sales Personnel.

Course participants leave with an appreciation of using the correct tools on sensitive and costly mechanical equipment, develop an attitude for doing the job right the first time, gain an understanding of many of the areas in Mechanical Systems found in modern factories and leave with a more considered outlook when interacting with Mechanical Systems & Tools