Spray Finishing Training – Phase 1

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Date(s) - 17/05/2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Hands-on Training for Spray Finishers
IN COOPERATION WITH CONESTOGA COLLEGE

Back by popular demand, Bluewater Wood Alliance is offering a combination of “off-site” and “in-house” training courses for spray finishers in the month of May. Training is tailored to the existing workforce honing their skills. State-of-the-art training equipment allows the participants to practice on virtual spray equipment and gives them useful feedback on how to improve efficiency and quality.

PHASE 1: One-day
Finishing training – classroom
Hands-on training with spray simulator, theory and the focus on cost improvements.

The training is tailored to existing spray finishers and finishing department management to hone their existing skills and update their knowledge base. The objective is to provide existing, sufficiently skilled spray operators with additional training and tools to start or accelerate the Continuous Improvement process in their companies.
The course includes practical training on a state-of-the-art spray simulator which is successfully used by the Conestoga College to train their students and industry training.

PHASE 2: One-day
Finishing training at your facility
• Course content and details available in downloadable brochure.
• Scheduled at a mutually agreeable time.
• Adjusted to your specific needs.

The Bluewater Wood Alliance recommends both parts to its members
for maximum training impact. Phase 1 (Classroom/off-site) should be attended by at least one key person of the finish room. This will allow them to better prepare for Phase 2 (on-site) training. For companies with only a few spray finishers Phase 1 is an economical way of training. Phase 2 (on-site) allows all your existing staff to be trained at your location. If needed the training content can be somewhat tailored to the specific company needs (i.e. special subjects or specific emphasis). Participation in Phase 1 is recommended but not mandatory. Both parts are created to complement each other, but are also useful when only one of the two is attended. This allows maximum flexibility for the companies to provide training for their staff. Companies with a small finishing department might want to combine their on-site experience with an interested member company. Call us for coordination.

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