Live, online maintenance training seminars
TPC's veteran instructors guide you through complex maintenance training material through a live, interactive, online toolset.
Our instructor-led training division, TPC Trainco, is pleased to introduce a new way to experience the best in live maintenance training.
We've recently introduced live online training on the GoToMeeting platform, offering the benefits of live instruction with the convenience and cost savings of online learning.
– Arc Flash Electrical Safety NFPA 70E® -- Live Online Training
This web-based, instructor-led seminar is designed to provide a fast but intensive examination of arc flash safety requirements and related safe work practices. It is well-suited for personnel working on or around electrically energized equipment, as well as supervisors wishing to establish a culture of safe work practices.
Our live, web-based format combines the personalized attention, instructor expertise, and real-world problem-solving of our traditional live seminars with the convenience and cost savings of online training. This is NOT a one-size-fits-all Powerpoint presentation — it’s an energetic, dynamic virtual classroom designed to keep students engaged while making it easier than ever for them to return to the workplace and apply what they’ve learned.
– Maintenance Planning Live Online
Just seven hours of intensive, live online training could result in hundreds of hours of reduced downtime for your facility. Our new one-day, web-based, instructor-led Maintenance Planning course will give you the essential skills for designing and implementing a maintenance planning process that works.
– Predictive Maintenance Live Online
Transforming your facility's maintenance practices from time-based to predictive maintenance (PdM) can profoundly reduce costs and downtime. But where and how does transformation begin?
This one-day, web-based, instructor-led course is designed to set you on an immediate path toward PdM. It focuses on equipping students with a framework to make the right decisions on what equipment needs condition monitoring, what technologies to use to meet their needs, and how to measure the effectiveness of their decisions. Students will also earn about real world applications of PdM that have benefited other successful maintenance programs.