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News » US » Aquajet launches hydrodemolition training » published 6 Jun 2018

Aquajet launches hydrodemolition training

Hydrodemolition equipment manufacturer Aquajet Systems has launched an academy providing advanced training for North American operators.

The new Aquajet Academy’s ‘Six Steps of Education’ training program includes six courses that cover all aspects of hydrodemolition.

“We’ve always offered product training to ensure ease of use, but on a smaller scale,” said Aquajet Systems managing director Roger Simonsson. “With the Aquajet Academy, we’re helping contractors heighten their skills and advance their businesses with cutting-edge operating techniques. This program helps hydrodemolition operators increase their bottom line by using the equipment, and accompanying attachments, to the fullest extent.” 

The training program incorporates individual courses offering more extensive training and adaptation to each customer’s knowledge and experience. The six courses cover products; hydrodemolition; streamlining work; safety and technique; service and ‘train the trainer’.

For instance, the two-day hydrodemolition course focuses on the concrete removal process. Operators will explore the robot’s various programable settings and learn how to enhance precision and efficiency. This course also covers tips for increasing safety on site.

For streamlining work, Aquajet instructors spend two days at one of the customer’s sites to adapt their training to suit the contractor’s specific line of work.

Aquajet said that it maintains small class sizes during each course, teaching approximately five students at a time to ensure a high level of individual attention and support. 

 

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This article was published on 6 Jun 2018 (last updated on 6 Jun 2018).

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