Online versions of training courses added by GEMÜ

GEMÜ, the valve manufacturer based in Ingelfingen in Baden-Württemberg, has expanded its wide range of available training courses and have included current technical topics and new training methods. 
GEMÜ has added the topics of explosion protection/ATEX and surface technology, as well as other industry-related application topics, to its training content. Non-proprietary technical basic training such as materials engineering, pipe connectors, measurement, and control systems, as well as functional principles of valves and their process-related selection, will continue to be offered without modifications.
The emphasis on application-focused solutions and practical experience will be further developed in all training courses. A three-part learning stage concept provides all participants with knowledge on various levels matched to their requirements. The first knowledge level, the all-rounder, is aimed at young professionals and people changing careers, as well as employees working in plant design, construction, and operation, and offers a sound general knowledge base. The concept is designed such that the training can provide even non-technicians a basis for gaining further expertise. The second knowledge level, the specialist, focusses on the product and functional knowledge of valves for process engineering, as well as on measurement and control devices. Workshops and practical exercises on the functional model remove obstacles particularly in the area of valve control and teach an application practice that ensures safety. The third knowledge level, the expert, is aimed at target groups who require comprehensive and detailed knowledge. The focus here is on fast and targeted fault analysis and troubleshooting in plants. The expert level also puts participants in a position to serve as valuable sources of knowledge for their colleagues in their day-to-day work.
Those interested can find further information on GEMÜ and available training courses at 
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