For steam, air and water industry professionals seeking continuing education credits (CEU’s)
Campbell-Sevey offers some great options.
Gain knowledge and improve your skills as textbook information is converted into practical field applications on a “live steam system” at Campbell-Sevey’s offices in Minnetonka, MN. Through the use of 300 glass piping, glass models, and cut-away parts, you will get a live look at how the behavior of various steam system elements.
This seminar will help you save energy, time and money through proper steam system design and practical guidelines. Participants will learn about steam traps, pressure reducing and relief valve selection, operation and testing.
Campbell-Sevey collaborates with Armstrong International to offer CEU’s and college credits for professionals seeking to expand their knowledge about energy, steam, air, hot water and utility systems. The collaboration combines the extensive knowledge of Campbell-Sevey to create custom curriculum through Armstrong University – engaging online courses that spans more than 10 colleges and 100 courses of study.
The on-demand learning makes it easy to learn from the convenience of a desktop, tablet or smartphone. With our help in designing a curriculum you can ensure that what you are learning can be applied directly to your system. Click for more information and a complete list of all the colleges and courses offered.
The team at Campbell-Sevey has a wealth of knowledge about how to make steam systems more efficient, troubleshooting system issues, adapting systems for specific applications, new products, and much more. Now you can bring that knowledge into your plant with our Steam Team Tech Training & Tour sessions.
Each 1-hour Steam Team Tech Training session covers a specific topic directly relate to issues your technicians want to learn. These highly educational sessions are then followed by a 1-hour tour of your plant to illustrate key points and address specific concerns your team may have.
Click the link below for more information about Campbell-Sevey's Steam Team Tech Training and Tour sessions.