OPW Fuel Management Systems Schedules Next Onsite Training Seminar for Denver
March 27, 2007
• by Staff
– OPW Fuel Management Systems, part of OPW Fueling Components, has scheduled its next onsite product training seminar Apr. 17-20 in the Denver area. The seminar will focus on the K800 and System2 products, with an overview on Network Interfaces, and will be held at the Hyatt Place Denver Airport (formerly AmeriSuites) in Aurora, Colo.
This course is designed to make service technicians more effective through hands-on training. During the seminar, instructors will demonstrate K800 and System2 system start-ups and the general operation of the products. This is a required course to certify or re-certify for fuel-control product testing. OPW FMS will award certificates of achievement on systems that are covered during the seminar. In order to receive certification, attendees must pass a mandatory test on each system.
The seminars will begin at 8 a.m. MDT and will continue until 5 p.m. on each of the four days. The cost of the training course is $350; application and payment must be received two weeks in advance of the seminar. All lodging and transportation are the responsibility of the attendee. A cancellation within two weeks prior to the seminar will result in the forfeiture of the $350 registration fee.
OPW Fuel Management Systems has also posted the dates and times for its virtual product training seminars in April, all of which are free to qualified OPW FMS distributors and technicians:
April 4, 9-11 a.m. CDT, will focus on the FSC3000 Fuel Site Controller.
April 10-12, 9-11 a.m. CDT, will focus on the System2 Phoenix Premiere Software.
April 24-26, 9-11 a.m. CDT, will focus on the SiteSentinel 1 Tank Gauge.
Qualified technicians and distributors can register for any Web-based or onsite training seminars on OPW Fuel Management Systems’ Web site at www.opwfms.com by clicking on the “Service Seminar Schedule” link in the Tech Support section or by calling Beverly Belton or Steve Rose at (708) 485-4200.
Originally posted on Fleet Financials