Goulds Water Technology (GWT) has released its 2016 first quarter GWT Factory School schedule for in-person and online education available through WebEx training. Additionally, GWT is expanding its industry-leading training and education program with GWT e-Learning. The virtual classroom enables GWT to deliver a flexible, self-paced training program to water industry professionals globally.

In-person sessions are available at the Campbell Education Center laboratory in Seneca Falls, N.Y. Classesprovide hands-on training in water systems, variable frequency drives, wastewater and commercial applications. The classes are designed to give water professionals competitive edge.

The GWT e-Learning program contains 11 new modules that follow the GWT Factory School training schedule, but are modified for individual comprehension. Modules contain videos and interactive online resources. New trainings will be added throughout the year to enhance course offerings for wastewater and variable frequency drives. 

Online WebEx training seminars provide users with up-to-date product information, troubleshooting support and industry knowledge. Training courses can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection, and are offered once per quarter to ensure availability for each topic.

GWT Factory School first quarter in-person class schedule

  • Water Systems: Residential Product and Troubleshooting, March 7-10

GWT Factory School first quarter online WebEx training schedule

No registration necessary. Online courses take place at 2 p.m. Eastern.

  • Online Sizing and Selection Software: Turbines, Feb. 22
  • MTC10 Software for the Intelligent Pump Control (IPC), March 7
  • Aquavar SOLO 2: Features and Functionality, March 11
  • Building Management Systems Basics, March 18
  • Aquavar IPC: Capabilities and Basic Programming, March 21            

For more than 30 years, the Goulds Water Technology Factory School has educated thousands of water industry professionals about the latest advancements in commercial, residential and agricultural applications. For course descriptions or to learn how to register, visit: www.goulds.com/factory-school