COURSES AND TRAINING
A key feature of ABTO’s Mission is ‘Developing training schemes and educational seminars to facilitate advancement and best practice’
How to avoid future problems and buy bulk solids handling equipment intelligently
Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 November 2021, 13:00 – 17:00 GMT - ONLINE
All too often the operational requirements of the equipment to be supplied to bulk terminals is not properly understood by either the buyers or the sellers. Purchase decisions purely based on price or a lack of knowledge of the characteristics of the material to be handled – or frequently both – will fail to understand the true cost of a bulk solids handling system to a business in terms of down-time; energy; maintenance and manning.
The OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE is to raise awareness amongst bulk terminal buyers of the need to behave in a better-informed way and equipment suppliers to understand the operational needs of the equipment they are supplying.
The course will be delivered through EXPERT PRESENTATIONS, CASE STUDIES and GROUP WORKING facilitated by The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology and the Solids Handling & Processing Association (SHAPA).
ONLINE SHORT COURSE
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Held in collaboration with The Wolfson Centre, this course has been designed to help delegates identify and resolve common problems when handling the various biomass materials.
REGISTER NOW: For further details including fees, registration and discounts for ABTO members please click here or contact either Simon Gutteridge at [email protected] +33 (0)3 21 47 72 19 or Caroline Chapman at [email protected] +44 (0)20 8331 8646
ONLINE SHORT COURSE
Held again in March last year in collaboration with The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology, University of Greenwich at their Chatham campus, this popular course is ideal for anyone with responsibility for the safe handling and storage of bulk cargoes. The course has been subsequently repeated online several times.
REGISTER NOW: For further details including NEW DATES, fees, registration and discounts for ABTO members please click here or contact either Simon Gutteridge at [email protected] +33 (0)3 21 47 72 19 or Caroline Chapman at [email protected] +44 (0)20 8331 8646We hope to return to a physically attended course when it is safe to do so. Have a look at the March 2020 Course brochure.
Other Short Courses Offered by The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology
The other short courses that The Wolfson Centre run will also be offered online for the foreseeable future. Particularly those dealing with the pneumatic conveying of bulk solids will be of interest to many in the bulk terminals community.
ABTO members have been kindly offered a discount on fees for all The Wolfson Centre's other short courses.
The Wolfson Centre also offer an 'in company' option where sufficient numbers from one organisation warrent it.
Whether to attend online with students from other organisations or to discuss 'in company' options please click here or contact Caroline Chapman at [email protected] +44 (0) 20 8331 8646 for further details.
Thank you to IMechE for their support.