We understand how difficult it is to take the necessary time to attend any training courses.

So we decided to bring our world class training courses directly to you!

The information in these pay per view video training tutorials is identical to the material taught in our popular Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced classroom training courses.

Anyone who is responsible for installing or maintaining rotating machinery will benefit from these comprehensive video training seminars.  This information is extremely valuable for people who evaluate the operational or mechanical performance of machinery and for technicians and engineers who are responsible for rotating equipment.

This knowledge base is intended for mechanical and electrical trades personnel, maintenance supervisors, training instructors, mechanical procedure writers, vibration analysts, engineers, maintenance managers, and any interested operations personnel.

All tutorials are narrated by John Piotrowski, the author of the Shaft Alignment Handbook.

What you will need:

  • computer, tablet, or phone
  • Internet connection, preferably broadband
  • the desire to want to learn

What you can do:

  • watch an entire category of tutorials
  • select and watch specific tutorials
  • watch when and where you want

Here’s your link to self paced training, on your schedule, and exactly when you need it!

http://www.turvac.com/HTMLs/ShAlTutorialHTMLs/ShAlTutorialAdsHTMLs/Cat1-4-AllTutorials.html

For more information, go to the “On line Training” menu on our newly designed web site.

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