SKF is announcing its latest training courses for 2010. The programme is designed to help design, production and maintenance engineers improve their skills, learn about new technologies, and discover techniques for increasing machine and plant efficiency, reliability and performance. The courses will be delivered by experienced SKF trainers.
Among the courses on offer are sessions covering different aspects of machine reliability, from the shop floor to the executive office. Work Identification courses include methods and technologies for identifying the condition and maintenance requirements of machinery, while Work Execution includes correct bearing application and failure assessment, as well as best practices in lubrication, installation, precision alignment, balancing and post-maintenance testing.
In addition to the training courses offered by SKF's Reliability Maintenance Institute (RMI) at its offices in Luton and Aberdeen, a customised programme can be arranged at clients' sites. Alternatively, e-learning courses covering a range of topics enable flexible, self-paced learning to be undertaken.
Other specialist training courses on offer include a two-day introductory course on Noise and Vibration in Industry, covering the basics of noise and vibration and FFT-based signal analysis, and courses relating to railway bearings in accordance with the standards specified by the rail industry.
With several courses scheduled throughout the year, the two-day course on Noise and Vibration in Industry is held in Birmingham, Manchester or CMC Livingston on 16/16 June, 14/15 September and 23/24 November 2010. A Root Cause Bearing Damage Analysis course takes place on 24 February, 29 April, 2 June, 4 August, 13 October and 15 December at SKF's Luton site or the customer's site to suit. Furthermore, this one-day course can also be customised as a two-day course to meet the requirements of the business.
For a complete calendar of the courses available in 2010, or to book your place, call Samantha Tonge, Training Co-ordinator, on +44 (0)1582 496363 or email .