Goulds Water Technology offers virtual training at NGWA Expo
December 15, 2015 By Ground Water Canada
Las Vegas – Goulds Water Technology, a Xylem brand, debuts its virtual classroom this week at the National Ground Water Association Expo.
Goulds Water Technology e-Learning is an online training program focused on the latest advancements in residential, commercial and agricultural water technology applications, Xylem said in a news release. The virtual program is an extension of the in-person, hands-on training offered at the GWT Factory School in Seneca Falls, N.Y., where, for more than 30 years, water industry professionals have been educated about the latest products and trends.
“When it comes to education, today’s pump professionals want accessible, straightforward and comprehensive training,” said Tom Stephan, training manager for Xylem’s Goulds Water Technology Factory School. “Our new GWT e-Learning offering is designed to accommodate the modern installer’s needs and on-the-go schedule, while staying true to the quality, interactive courses we provide at the GWT Factory School.”
The GWT e-Learning program contains 11 new modules that focus on pump basics, discharge conditions, understanding pump curves, sizing and selecting pumps, pressure storage tanks and other similar topics. The courses follow the GWT Factory School training schedule, but are modified for individual comprehension. The modules are free for professionals, and new sessions will be added throughout the year to enhance course offerings in wastewater and for variable frequency drives.
“GWT is committed to serving the educational needs of engineers, contractors and distributors globally. Our expanded online course offering enables us to interact with students in a new way and allows us to deliver a flexible self-paced training program,” said Stephan.
Visit Xylem Booth 303 to learn more about Goulds Water Technology e-Learning.
Show attendees are also invited to the booth to see the new GSP0311 Cast Iron Sump Pump, and Aquavar IPC pump controller and Aquavar SPD variable speed drive. GWT experts will also conduct live demonstrations of the Aquavar Solo2 constant pressure system during the run of the show.
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