Companies Recognize Correlation between Education and Heat Treat Success
With an ever-increasing need for first-hand knowledge of thermal processing and the intricate functions of specific equipment, companies are recognizing the importance of sending employees to Ipsen U. Not only was Ipsen Uâ€™s April class full, but the upcoming June course is also completely booked. Ipsen Uâ€™s three-day course allows attendees to ask questions about specific equipment and processes, as well as learn directly from Ipsen experts in a casual, open-forum environment. This proves useful for those wanting to expand their thermal-processing knowledge base, as well as for first-time furnace buyers.
Attendees from the most recent Ipsen U course came from a wide variety of locales, including California, Georgia, Texas, Florida, Wisconsin, Michigan and Mexico. A survey of Ipsen Uâ€™s April participants found they thought the course provided a â€śmuch better understanding of the overall function of vacuum furnaces, as well as the key principles to how they work and troubleshooting when issues arise.â€ť Another participant surveyed praised the instructorsâ€™ â€śincredible amount of knowledge, hints, tips and real world advice.â€ť
Ipsen Uâ€™s instructors cover an extensive range of topics, from an introduction to vacuum furnaces and heat treating to furnace sub-systems, leak detection, maintenance and so much more. Most notable about Ipsen U is participantsâ€™ ability to bring up any topic pertaining to their specific vacuum furnace operations for discussion. This allows for some fluidity and permits the instructors to shape the course to individualsâ€™ specific needs and concerns.
In addition to making experts available for one-on-one discussions, Ipsen U also puts information concerning furnace maintenance and upkeep into the participantsâ€™ own hands, providing them with the tools necessary for the continued, successful operation of their own equipment. With equipment that contains a multitude of parts that are expensive to replace and can be damaged in various ways, sending employees to learn from the experts has its benefits.
The value of attending such a course is immeasurable because employees have the opportunity to learn first-hand about the equipment and processes they will be utilizing in the workplace. Learn more and register for one of the two remaining Ipsen U courses this year, August 5-7 or October 14-16, at the website below.
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