What Course is best for me ?
Thank you for your interest in BPMA Pump Training, all of our courses carry CPD accreditation and the following information and links should help with choosing the right training for you.
We offer two E-learning courses, the “Introduction to Pumping Technology” is aimed at those new to pumping or those with very little knowledge of pumps and is our level entry level course and covers the very basics beginning with what a pump is, students usually complete this course within four weeks, there are tests after each chapter which allows you to see your progress, then the final test is taken which will give you your final mark.
The "Essentials of Pumping Technology" course follows the same format but is aimed at those students who have a much greater knowledge and experience of pumps, types, usage, capabilities etc, and will take on average up to 9 Months to complete
As an ideal, a candidate would follow this training route:-
• Introduction to Pumping Technology - e-Learning
• Pump Fundamentals - one-day Classroom-based course, which builds on the knowledge gained from the introduction course and concentrates on the more technical aspects of Pump Technology
Then any of the following one-day courses would be selected that best suits your job role or function
• Pump Selection
• Pump Testing
• Pump Systems
• Introduction to Hydraulic design Principles of Centrifugal Pumps –
This is a specific course aimed only at those whose job role or function specialises in the design, use or manufacture of Hydraulic pumps or systems and is only run when demand is requested
An experienced individual who has undertaken this training path and has a strong pumping background would then look to take:
• The Essentials of Pumping Technology - e-Learning
And finally, for those interested in promoting energy saving to companies there is
• The Certified Pump Systems Auditor Course – a 4-day residential course
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