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January 29, 2014
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PMMI, the leading packaging and processing supply chain association, announces the launch of “Troubleshooting Packaging Machinery - Version en Español.”
“This Spanish language translation of PMMI’s popular ‘Troubleshooting Packaging Machinery’ course enables Spanish speakers to enjoy the same convenient training opportunities as their English-speaking counterparts,” said Jorge Izquierdo, vice president of market development, PMMI. “With it, we take down a language barrier in the workplace while opening up the course to an international audience.”
The course includes the same content as the English language course.
Developed in cooperation with the University of Florida, “Troubleshooting Packaging Machinery,” presents entry-level theory, process and logic of troubleshooting — and applies them specifically to packaging operations. The course was designed to help technicians improve observation, thinking and communication skills and become more effective in finding sources of and solutions to machinery problems on the packaging line.
Students can access the course at their convenience, as long as they are connected to the Internet.
"Because the course is online, students will be able to move at their own pace and spend more time on subjects that they find difficult," said Maria Ferrante, vice president of education & workforce developments, PMMI.
To learn more about PMMI U and PMMI's other education initiatives, visit www.pmmiu.org or contact Maria Ferrante: [email protected]; 703.243.8555.
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