Precision Pneumatics is pleased to announce that we will once again be hosting a popular City & Guilds accredited training opportunity. We are delighted to be working in partnership with Festo to stage P111d Fundamentals in Pneumatics September 2018.
This three-day City & Guilds Accredited workshop, which will take place on 18th, 19th & 20th September 2018.
The Fundamentals in Pneumatics course will consist of a compelling mixture of theoretical and practical learning, delivered at our headquarters in the Knowsley Business Park. As with all City & Guilds qualifications, candidates can be assured of high-quality teaching and the support they need to get the most from each session.
It is ideal for engineers looking to get up to date with today’s pneumatic compressed air technology. The last edition of this workshop, in April 2018, saw all of the delegates successfully complete the course and obtain a transferable and certified qualification recognised throughout the industry. The candidates observed that there was a good balance between theoretical learning and practical exercises.
Sales Director John Massey commented: “Precision Pneumatics prides itself on supporting our customers with all aspects of their compressed air management, including staff training. We are pleased to be able to facilitate this course again. It is an outstanding development opportunity and we consistently receive excellent feedback about both the quality of the teaching and the learning outcomes for delegates.”
To ensure the best possible learning environment, a strictly limited number of places on Fundamentals in Pneumatics September 2018 are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Lunch and other refreshments will be provided on each day.
Due to the continued popularity of the course, demand is sure to be high. We therefore urge all those interested in reserving a place to contact us without delay. To find out more about the workshop prior to booking, please call 0151 546 6689 or fill out the form below to request further information.