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THE condition monitoring sector is one which is constantly evolving and developing to incorporate innovation and boost efficiency. It is for this reason that ongoing training is essential to keep the maintenance crew at the forefront of technological advancements within the industry.

That’s according to WearCheck’s Technical Manager, Steven Lumley, who oversees the company’s programme. He believes that companies where staff are not well trained in the latest maintenance techniques will be hampered by diminishing effectiveness of their condition monitoring programme.

“We urge companies operating in all industries to invest in training their staff to optimise their return on investment in condition monitoring.”

He said all the company’s courses comply with lockdown regulations, with a range of in-person and online options available.

WearCheck is also an accredited training partner for the Mobius Institute. All Mobius courses are presented at various venues throughout Africa, and many have an online option.

The oil analysis and condition monitoring training courses are targeted at maintenance practitioners operating at various levels within an organisation. Many of these courses earn continuing professional development (CPD) points for delegates.

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