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31 March 2020

Repeated failures of its table guide rollers prompted an international woodworking machine manufacturer to turn to NSK and its AIP Added Value Programme. The result has been a €13,333 saving per annum in labour and assembly costs.

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27 March 2020

FLIR has announced 2020 dates for its UK Category 1 thermography course.

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15 February 2020

SPM Academy offers standardised courses and customised training for all levels of staff involved in condition monitoring.

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10 October 2019

ECS Engineering Services has released a video on how to safely install stoplogs into a watercourse, a key method for isolating water control equipment for installation and refurbishment work.

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10 October 2019

At Maintec 2019, Henkel will highlight both the merits of its products and the support it provides.

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18 July 2018

For those involved in the design, management or maintenance of alarms and alarm systems, M.A.C. Solutions, developer of the ProcessVue suite of alarm management software, is running a two-day alarm management practitioner training course in Birmingham on 6th and 7th November, 2018.

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09 July 2018

ESAB has entered into a partnering with Proactive Gas Safety (PGS) for the provision of Oxy-Fuel CP7 Inspector courses, with successful candidates being awarded a nationally accredited EAL (Excellence in Achievement LTD) Level 3 QCF Qualification (Qualifications and Credit Framework).

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16 July 2018

Whether it’s implementing safe isolation for the first time or keeping up to date with the latest compliance issues around electrical safety, Martindale Electric is offering free training resources, together with special offers on City & Guilds accredited training.

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20 June 2018

FLIR ITC, an accredited authorised training organisation for the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing, has released dates for its thermography courses, one of which takes place in Maynooth, Ireland.

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19 March 2018

For those involved in the design, management or maintenance of alarms and alarm systems, M.A.C. Solutions, developer of the ProcessVue suite of alarm management software, is running a two-day alarm management training course in June and November 2018.

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19 March 2018

MCP’s on-line audit offers manufacturers a snapshot of their operator asset performance leading to a potential ROI of at least 200%, says the company.

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03 July 2017

With the sophistication of thermal imaging cameras growing with each generation, it is easy to forget that the efficiency and accuracy of these devices is very much dependant on the knowledge and skill of the user. That’s why FLIR Systems’ Infrared Training Centre (ITC) is going back to basics for its next webinar.

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03 July 2017

The BFPA (British Fluid and Power Association) has been leading industry discussions on safety, best practice and profitability for decades and is known for setting the highest standard in terms of training and education. Recently, the benefits of taking part in BFPA courses have been confirmed by a leading industry figure from Hydroscand 

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30 March 2017

UE Systems Europe will hold a 1 day Leak Detection Course using ultrasound technology, on the 3rd of May 2017, in the Arden Hotel, Birmingham.

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13 March 2017

Throughout 2017, Fluke is running a series of free, scheduled, CPD-accredited webinars.

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01 February 2017

SKF’s catalogue of its 2017 training courses is now available. The courses cover everything from basic knowledge of bearings, through more advanced techniques – such as bearing damage classification – to complete modules on condition-based maintenance and work control processes.

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14 September 2016

Fluke is offering an offline webcast and reference guidebook Electrical Power Explained (EPE) training package to train end users on Power Quality and energy measurements and to get the best out of their tools.

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20 July 2016

Following the release of the Basic Maintenance Training Standard by the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) on 4 July 2016, DNV-GL has certified Maersk Training in Esbjerg as the first organisation to conduct all three modules in the new standard.

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13 November 2015

Gambica has published a technical guide on the modification and maintenance of low voltage switchgear and control assemblies.

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02 October 2015

Following the recent acquisition of Reliasoft, HBM is now offering customers a range of Reliasoft seminars to meet the growing demand for reliability engineering, across a wide range of industries.

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FEATURES

14 November 2019

John Saysell, head of business development and training at MCP Consulting Group, explains how investing in training is helping the Lucozade plant meet the manufacturing challenges of the future.

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08 November 2018

John Saysell, head of training at MCP Consulting Group, suggests, ten ways in which staff development and motivation can be improved and, as a result, output increased

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28 June 2018

Although the arguments in favour of Classical RCM (reliability centred maintenance) remain valid, Dave Porrill, principal consultant – MCP Consulting Group, considers whether it is enough to settle for RCM alone

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23 January 2018

Effective stores and spare parts inventory control and management are known challenges to British industry. Now more than ever, forward looking businesses need solutions that provide them with the means to collect, provide and interpret data for greater visibility of fixed and moveable assets. Here, MCP Consulting looks at some of the challenges and outlines solutions 

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17 January 2017

Employers have a legal responsibility to ensure that technicians are competent to carry out their tasks. According to John Saysell, training and skills director for MCP, there are two main approaches to establishing training needs – the classic Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and a competence-based approach

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20 July 2016

With companies striving to keep costs to a minimum, while enhancing productivity, MCP Consulting offers a few tips on how to achieve lean equipment reliability

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12 November 2015

John Saysell, senior trainer at MCP, offers tips on how to ensure maximum impact from your training

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12 May 2014

On March 23rd 1994, Atex hit the headlines. The Atex Equipment Directive 94/9/EC on Hazardous Area Equipment was released, and became mandatory in July 2003. Here, Tim Marks, secretary of the Association of Electrical and Mechanical trades (AEMT), considers the effect that Atex has had during its first 20 years.

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20 May 2013

There are highly rewarding careers in non-destructive testing and condition monitoring yet there are not enough entrants into the profession to replace those who are retiring and to meet increased demand. Here, Matt Gallagher, director for Education and Professional Development with The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT) outlines the Institute's involvement in a number of career development pathways

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25 January 2013

A Training Needs Analysis has been carried out by MCP Consulting and Training at Heineken's Royal Brewery, Manchester. Here, John Saysell, senior trainer with MCP explains what was involved With an annual beer product

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SPONSORED CONTENT

31 July 2019

FLIR Thermal Studio is a thermal image analysis and reporting software designed to manage large sets of thermal images and videos.

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13 May 2015

1 & 2 Day Introductory courses outlining the basics of Infrared Thermography

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14 May 2015

4 Day Training Course

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14 May 2015

4 Day ATT Courses based in Liverpool and Ireland (IRE)

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13 May 2015

Infrared Training Limited courses are designed to meet and exceed certification based on ISO 18436 a third party certification scheme and ASNT SNT TC 1A, second party certification which will be included as part of the training course fees.

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25 January 2018

The special requirements around maintaining plant and equipment on an NDC (National Distribution Centre) revolve around the key area of making sure the plant, conveyors, cranes and the like, are running at the maximum efficiency for the maximum length of time, thereby ensuring that the clients products are sent out on time, be they pet food, groceries, computer parts or D.I.Y items.

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14 May 2015

4 Day Training Course

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