Schaeffler UK released New Rolling Bearing and Condition Monitoring Training Programme confirmed for 2013

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Schaeffler UK has released its new technical training course programme for 2013. Courses offered include one, two and three-day training for managers, engineers and technicians involved in the selection, operation and maintenance of rolling bearings, as well as condition monitoring, vibration analysis and mounting of rolling bearings.

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Training courses are held either at Schaeffler UK’s Sutton Coldfield training centre or on-site at the customer and can be tailored to meet their individual requirements. The centre is equipped to provide both classroom-based and practical hands-on training courses for customers from every industry sector.

Schaeffler UK offers a broad mix of training courses at basic and advanced levels to suit all delegates. Courses include: introduction to rolling bearings; rolling bearing technology; introduction to bearing lubrication; bearing failure analysis; mounting of bearings; bearings for electric motors; condition monitoring; vibration analysis (Levels 1 and 2); and FAG Detector III (Schaeffler’s handheld vibration monitoring device).

Customer feedback has been very positive. Following her recent experience on a customised ‘Rolling Bearing Technology’ training course held at Schaeffler’s Sutton Coldfield site in December 2012, Pamela Phillips, asset engineer at electricity and gas company SSE plc commented: “This is one of the best courses I have attended. I found the amount of technical information extremely useful… the course content was very interesting… and I appreciated the amount of effort taken to put this together.”

Martin Frost, asset engineer at SSE plc agreed: “A very good training course overall. I was particularly impressed by the knowledge and experience of the course presenters.”

For more information, please call Schaeffler UK’s Marketing Department on 0121 313 5870. Alternatively, email [email protected]


source: Schaeffler UK