Tackling the skills shortage problem
Burkert is addressing the problems of skills shortages, sustainability and environmental and regulatory compliance in process markets, by introducing a second series of training courses dealing with the critical subject of Hygienic Processing. In common with Bürkert's highly successful Steam Training courses - more of which are to be run shortly - the Hygienic Processing courses are free of charge.
"We certainly appear to have struck a chord with the training courses that we are providing for the process, food, pharmaceutical and bio-medical sectors," says Burkert's UK and Eire Marketing Manager Helen Christopher. "Our Steam Training courses were quickly oversubscribed, so we are now providing more to meet the demand. The new Hygienic Processing courses are also the result of feedback from our customers, regarding the specific types of training that they require to meet the continuing challenges they face, both from competitive markets and also as a result of the demands placed upon them by increasingly stringent regulatory regimes."
The courses are being run as comprehensive one-day modules by looking at compliance considerations in hygienic processing, then at ways of achieving higher process yields with minimum plant footprint, at the same time as achieving maximum clean-ability and optimum process flexibility.
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