Aberdeen Valve Training
The British Valve and Actuator Association (BVAA), the valve industry’s voice, trade body and leading provider of valve and actuator training, is bringing two of its most popular training courses to Aberdeen.
Delegates at the courses, 'Introduction to Valves' and 'Valves, Advanced Level', will benefit from the independent delivery which BVAA can offer. There is no sales pitch at the end of a BVAA training course, as the BVAA are obliged as a not-for-profit industry body to give a fair and balanced view of the subject matter.
The courses are one day each in duration, and cover a variety of topics. These range from the basic principles of valves and valve types for the introduction course – to design requirements and testing/inspection on the advanced level courses.
The courses will be delivered by Martin Greenhalgh, a valve industry veteran of some 30+ years. Martin is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and has been an Assessor for the Institution’s prestigious Manufacturing Excellence Award Scheme for five years. He is the author of BVAA’s 'Valve and Actuator Users’ Manual'.
The courses are to be held at the KPMD Business Centre in Aberdeen on the 4th and 5th of November. Bookings can be made via bvaa.org.uk/training or 01295 221270. The price per delegate is £390+VAT, or £260+VAT for BVAA members.
More information on course content, plus details of the dates of these and other courses which are held at venues South of the border, can be found on the BVAA website.
Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 34
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