MDL are currently developing a suite of online training courses covering topics ranging from a short introduction to machine cooling, for example, to a more detailed understanding of convection correlations.
The fee for each of these will reflect the length and complexity of the subject and online delegates will have access to a forum where they will be able to share ideas and raise questions. The forum will be managed by MDL's highly-experienced team of software and motor design engineers.
The training school will be available in the coming months. Watch this space for details.
In the meantime, MDL will be hosting one of their valuable training events here in the UK. See below for details:
Training dates and topics:
DAY ONE: Tuesday 11 June 2013
DAY TWO: Wednesday 12 June 2013
BRUSHLESS PERMANENT MAGNET TRAINING
DAY THREE: Thursday 13 June 2013
DAY FOUR: Friday 14 June 2013
ADVANCED MOTOR DESIGN WORKSHOP
It is possible to attend one individual course, but the best learning experience will be accomplished by combining two or more training days.
The first three days will cover the theory behind each of the subject headings. Day Four is an advanced motor design workshop where trainees will be given the opportunity to work with the Motor-CAD, SPEED and Portunus software, supported by MDL's highly-experienced motor design experts.
Prices are as follows:
£500 per day for one to two days
£1300 for three days
£1600 for four days *
- Book two or more places from the same company and receive a 25% discount off the above prices *
- Students and universities will receive a 40% discount
The training will take place at MDL's popular training Venue – The Monkhouse Granary – which is located in Shropshire, UK. This attractive venue is located in open countryside on the outskirts of the popular tourist town of Shrewsbury. Freshly prepared home-cooked refreshments are available throughout the day and there are a number of excellent hotels nearby.
To book your place, please click here or call Lilo Bluhm on +44 (0)1691 623305
15-19 September 2013
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