MFP Automation Engineering is fortunate to have such a talented team of engineers who are always willing to go above and beyond the call of duty. One prime example of this is our own Mark Redmond, Hydraulic Systems Engineer. He conducts 2 different sessions each spring and fall. These classes include a basic level and a level 2 training for those who may be a little more advanced. You can learn everything from where and why hydraulics are used in industrial machinery, understanding how hydraulics systems and components work, read and draw hydraulic schematics to learning why different hydraulic circuits are used on industrial machines and so much more. Each of his courses are designed to the level and pace of the classmates, ensuring an excellent fit and cohesive knowledge amongst the participants.
Here is what Mark has to say about the class: “Teaching the training classes is one of most enjoyable parts of my job at MFP. Passing on some of my 32 years of experience is highly rewarding. I often gain as much valuable information as I give when discussing the problems and troubleshooting situations that the students find themselves involved with. Troubleshooting hydraulic systems is not limited to the hydraulic system itself. Many times, the problem lies in the control system and presents itself as a problem with the hydraulics. Being able to see the difference will help students get machines up and running sooner.”
Many of our employees have willingly taken the class with their co-worker and have excitedly remarked that “Mark is very knowledgeable in the field of hydraulics and to be able learn from one of the best will only make anyone who takes his courses more knowledgeable themselves.”
Luckily for our customers, neighbors, and anyone else interested in learning more on hydraulics, Mark and the team are offering both the Basic and Level 2 Hydraulics Training courses on-site at MFP beginning the second week of September. To receive more information on this educational opportunity, email Shannon Warren at [email protected].