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Develop your skills and knowledge in the latest technologies in biomedical engineering

Free Online Course: Troubleshooting Conveyors and Chutes

Wednesday 18th May 2011 - 2 Sessions

 

Conveyers and chutes are a key part of every company's material transport strategy. Attend this complimentary session for a few tips and tricks with;

 

  • Troubleshooting conveyer problems
  • Capacity, sizing and power of equipment

 

Session 1: 9am GMT on Wednesday 18th May 2011 Link to time converter for Session 1
Session 2: 11pm GMT on Wednesday 18th May 2011 Link to time converter for Session 2

 

Your presenter will be Dr Steve Mackay, the foundation Dean of Engineering at the EIT.

 

REGISTER NOW!
Registrations close Tuesday 17th May 2011
http://www.eit.edu.au/free-online-course-troubleshooting-conveyors-and-chutes

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