- May 29, 2008
MADISON, NJ | Seminars For Engineers is expanding its web handling and converting training services by offering to bring their seminars and instructors’ consulting expertise on site to any company’s location.
The introduction of these on-site services grew out of frequent requests from engineers who wanted to bring the training to their internal engineering groups after attending such as Web Handling I: Understanding Web Handling Systems, and Web Handling II: Understanding Winding & Slitting.
By bringing the instructor’s seminar content AND consultation experience together to a company’s facility, it says a client can save significantly on staff travel time and costs, train large groups of employees at one time, and focus on specialized problem areas that require specific, hard-to-find expertise. Areas of expertise include heating and cooling of the web, coating, drying, laminating, slitting, winding, tension control, and alignment, among others.
All of Seminars For Engineers’ instructors are active consultants and authors who bring current real-world experience and problem solving know-how to their course instruction. Clients include 3M, Abitibi, Bemis Assoc., Hewlett Packard, Hexcel, Hollister, MeadWestvaco, Sealed Air Corp., Celgard, US Playing Card, Solutia, RR Donnelley, Shawmut, Owens Corning, Procter & Gamble, Rogers, and Saint Gobain among others.
For a free 20-minute consultation, call 877.755.2272, or visit www.SeminarsForEngineers.com.