WIKA to offer virtual training

11 July 2020

WIKA Mobile Control (WMC) service training courses have transitioned to a live online webinar format as an alternate solution to physically being in a classroom. WMC online courses provide the opportunity for attendees to join classes remotely from their own location and are a safe and effective alternative to in-person training, the company said.

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Each four hour online class features service training on a different WMC product and includes classroom instruction and interaction as well as live simulator training.

This new format enables attendees to tailor their courses to their own individual requirements and also reduces costly travel expenses that might typically be incurred when physically attending a class.

Additional classes for other products or operator training that is not currently scheduled is available upon request. For a list of upcoming webinars and registration information, visit wika-mc.com/training.

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