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SEW’s DriveAcademy back in 2013

31-08-2010
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SEW’s DriveAcademy back in 2013

 

Drive solution leader SEW-Eurodrive has released an updated schedule for its nationwide motor and drive technology training program, DriveAcademy.
 
DriveAcademy provides end-users and system integrators with a comprehensive set of skills to get the most out of motor and drive technologies and applications.
 
It is Based on the same in-depth technical training syllabus used to educate SEW-Eurodrive’s own engineers.
 
SEW’s National Training Manager, Michael Stranieri says customers can expect more from the training schedule in 2013. 
 
“We have increased the number of unique courses to support the diverse products we have here at SEW,” says Mr Stranieri. “For example, we have introduced special ‘decentralised topic training’ weeks, which includes five courses in five days. This training will provide customers technical and practical knowledge for the following products: MOVIMOT, MOVIGEAR, MOVIFIT and MOVIPRO.”
 
DriveAcademy training courses cover a wide range of topics, including maintenance and condition repair-covering maintenance and repair of SEW gear motors and condition monitoring systems for preventative maintenance. Product specific courses are also offered, providing insight into the implementation of some of SEW-Eurodrive’s most popular technologies- such as courses on the company’s MOVIDRIVE ‘B’ application inverter, MOVI-PLC/motion controller, decentralised drive systems, and the MOVITRAC frequency inverter families. 
 
All courses are offered for a variety of end-users, including drive engineers, service application engineers, operations managers and maintenance technicians.
 
The combination of theory and hands-on practical segments adds to the learning experience at SEW’s DriveAcademy. 
 
“Standard courses are offered in small class sizes to ensure participants receive a high level of personal attention, says Mr Stranieri.
 
“This equips attendees with specific knowledge relating to our motor and drive technologies, meaning they are better able to leverage this functionality into their own workplace,” 
 
The 2013 schedule begins with training on the company’s MOVITRAC B series of frequency inverters in early March. 
 
To explore the DriveAcademy course schedule or register for a training session visit: www.sew-eurodrive.com.au.
 
SEW-Eurodrive
Ph: 03 9933 1000

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