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Remote training programme for multihead weighers

10 October 2016

An interactive computer-based training programme for multihead weighers has been introduced by Ishida Europe. 

The Ishida Expert programme provides interactive learning that is delivered remotely on a customer’s site to an unlimited number of users. 

The self-paced learning product offers training for Ishida’s range of multihead weighers, ensuring that the equipment is set up, operated and maintained to optimum performance levels at all times. This helps to maximise overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and deliver a fast return on investment.

The training programme comprises three levels – Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced – helping users develop skills from basic operation through technical support to machine troubleshooting. It combines visual operating animations of multihead weighers with simultaneous narration, supported by an in-depth learning booklet that serves as a permanent user reference. Users have to pass a quiz at the end of each session to complete each level before being able to move on to the next learning module.

Because the programme is delivered remotely, it can be offered to multiple staff and training can take place around individual shift patterns. The training can be implemented immediately with no need to wait for trainers to become available. It also allows participant to learn and progress at their own pace.

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