Train your operators, technicians and engineers to maximize output and efficiency. Be ready when business returns to normal.
Saint-Laurent, April 2020
For years, BMA has been a recognized provider of hands-on training and theoretical classes in combustion and thermal equipment operation. Our courses have been provided both through third party training organizations and directly to our clients, on site, in the plant. During this period of social distancing and restricted site visits, BMA is now pleased to offer training in webinar format.
HOW IS THIS USEFUL: After completing BMA’s training, participants will be able to
- Recognize combustion problems the instant they arise;
- Recommend preventative and corrective measures to resolve specific problems;
- Maximize equipment efficiency through fine tuning;
- Interpret instrument readings and their relevance to your equipment;
- Make the right decisions to optimize operating costs, plan interruptions, and ensure the continuous supply of power required.
Our expert instructors, accustomed to hands on training in the field, will provide a concrete and practical perspective to all those who wish to gain a thorough understanding of the principles and problems related to combustion and heat transfer. The goal is to communicate not just the how, but more importantly, the why.
« This is an indispensable technical training course for all natural gas engineers and technicians. » – Denys Boucher, Rio Tinto
Note that a standard on-site training session which would normally take place over two days will be segmented according to:
- The roles and responsibilities of the participants (engineers, operators, or non-technical personnel);
- The combustible(s) used (natural gas, oil, biomass, or other);
- The equipment and auxiliaries operated (boilers, ovens, others).
For more information or to reserve your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Concerted Action for Employment Maintenance Program (PACME) allows businesses to obtain a refund of 100% of their training expenses, including instructor fees, purchase of training materials, and employee salaries*.
* maximum of 25$/hr
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