Training Programs | Putzmeister - EUROPE
CUSTOMIZED TRAINING SESSIONS TO HELP YOU GET THE MOST FROM YOUR PUTZMEISTER EQUIPMENT
SPECIALISED TRAINING FOR MAINTENANCE, OPERATION & INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT
SEMINARS & ON-SITE WORKSHOPS TO MEET ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS
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Training: Lessons from decades of construction experience
Our thoughtfully designed training programmes are focused on the customers getting the maximum value out of their Putzmeister equipment. An integral part of this is first-hand knowledge of the challenges our customers will face whether they’re building a skyscraper or an underwater tunnel. No one has more experience across a wider range of geographies, projects and working conditions than Putzmeister. And customers don’t just get to learn how to best use Putzmeister equipment, but also how it can best help their specific project in specific conditions. These tried and tested approaches combined with practical experience gathered from the day-to-day working across our comprehensive range of products make our training sessions a treasure trove of valuable information for both owners and operators on the field. These courses are available worldwide, and have different areas of focus, including safety, maintenance, and right usage of our machines. They are directed towards both new and experienced equipment operators and workshop managers. Our instructors facilitate both in-depth knowledge of theory as well as hands-on training with a view to practical knowledge. Further, our workshops and training modules can be tailored to the needs of your company. We look forward to the registration of your employees for one of our trainings. Lukas Reiser - Director Training - Putzmeister Academy
Benefits at a glance
Being up-to- date with the latest knowledge of Putzmeister machines and technology, and their maintenance yields several benefits:
Firstly, it extends the life of equipment and maximizes its use.
Low maintenance costs, better safety, and improved quality and output of work.