Hirschmann Regional Training Courses

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Hirschmann Automation and Control, Inc. (PAT), a supplier of crane operator aids, including load moment indicators (LMI), has released their 2010 training schedule.

Hirschmann’s training courses feature classroom training along with actual hands-on experience using system simulators. The courses include system theory, sensor calibration, wiring, and hands-on trouble shooting.  The courses are structured to meet the requirements of mechanics and operators regardless of their level of experience. 

These courses are taught by Hirschmann industry experts, who understand the theory and application of each system. Each instructor brings experience gained through troubleshooting PAT/Hirschmann systems in the field and offer proven techniques to quickly and effectively troubleshoot system components.

Hirschmann’s 2010 training schedule will offer two different courses, focusing on specific market requirements. The first is a three day course on the iVISOR MK4E2, iVISOR mentor EI65, and iVISOR maestro. These systems are primarily marketed through Hirschmann’s aftermarket sales channels. The second will be a two day course on the iVISOR mentor QVGA and the iFLEX2, which are typically installed on new cranes. Two dates have been scheduled for each of the courses offered in 2010. Hirschmann will also structure courses for companies at their facilities to meet specific requirements.

The following is Hirschmann’s 2010 training schedule:
iVISOR MK4E2 / iVISOR maestro / iVISOR mentor EI65    March 23 – 25
iVISOR mentor QVGA / iFLEX 2    June 29 – 30
iVISOR MK4E2 / iVISOR maestro / iVISOR mentor EI65    September 28 – 30
iVISOR mentor QVGA / iFLEX 2    December 7 - 8

(www.hirschmann-usa.com/ecstraining)
 

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