Noise and vibration training

Paul Boughton

SKF, the knowledge engineering company, has extended still further its suite of training courses on offer from the company's Reliability Maintenance Institute (RMI) with the introduction of a new Noise & Vibration in Industry course.

Developed to provide in-depth, industry based training and analysis on a range of noise and vibration topics, this highly focussed course includes practical learning and is specifically limited to only 10-12 delegates for each session, to ensure that participants are given the opportunity for maximum involvement.

SKF's RMI, which already includes courses covering condition monitoring, bearing maintenance and reliability, and testing and certification, was designed as part of the company's Asset Efficiency Optimisation (AEO) philosophy, enabling companies to eliminate machinery problems, while achieving maximum reliability and productivity.

Each course has been designed to address specific skills to help delegates achieve and sustain best practice.

In addition, the RMI develops custom training programmes for companies if there is not an existing course that suits their specific needs. In this instance, RMI specialists will analyse and determine any training needs, then develop course materials and delivery methods in order to implement the training.

Designed to teach delegates the latest in precision maintenance techniques, skills and technologies, all SKF RMI courses are led by professional reliability instructors with extensive industry knowledge and experience.

The training is delivered where and how it is needed depending on the requirements of the delegates, for example the RMI runs courses from traditional classrooms in SKF's training centres located in Luton and Aberdeen, however if it is more convenient for the participants, training can take place on-site within their own plant at a time to suit them.

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