11/04/2006 - 05:00 am

Ingersoll Rand Utility Equipment Service Training Teaches Maintenance and Repair

The Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited Utility Equipment Service Training is currently offering a full course curriculum of two- to five-day sessions. Twelve different mechanics training courses are offered for Ingersoll Rand air compressors, generators, earthmoving equipment, and material handlers. An additional course is offered for engine maintenance and repair of Ingersoll Rand, John Deere, Mitsubishi, and Volvo engines.

In all the courses, theory and practice are integrated throughout. Class sizes are set to allow for an optimum instructor-to-student ratio, which provides ease of learning, rewarding hands-on experiences, meaningful work, and social interaction with other professionals. A certificate of attendance is awarded for all those who successfully complete the training.

Courses, held at the Ingersoll Rand facility in Mocksville, N.C. at a cost of $400 each, are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Class size is limited to allow for break-out groups and team learning.

Ingersoll Rand Utility Equipment Service Training also provides training by special request. This training can be conducted in the field at the location of a contractor's choice. Costs for special request training vary based on where the training will be located.

For more information or to view a class list for 2006, visit irutilityequipment.irco.com.

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