Training & Education


Festo Didactic courses running in July

July 2005 Training & Education

Festo Didactic runs MERSETA accredited courses that combine theory with practice. The following courses are running during July.

Basic pneumatics

The objectives of low cost automation, pneumatic symbols and other general pneumatic principles. 20-22 July in Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.

Pneumatic maintenance

A revision of basic pneumatics, followed by more advanced subjects, such as air preparation and layout. 13-15 July in Durban.

Programmable logic controllers

PLC control principles, familiarisation, programming and related material. 13-15 July in Johannesburg and 27-29 July in Durban.

Advanced hydraulics

The development of circuit diagrams, analysis of hydraulic systems and synchronous operation of cylinders. 27 - 29 July in Johannesburg.

To enrol, contact Tom Webster, Festo Didactic, 011 971 5500, tom_webster@festo.com, www.festo.com



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