OPW sets virtual training seminar

Dec. 29, 2009
A web-based product training seminar for OPW Fuel Management Systems’ SiteSentinel iSite Automatic Tank Gauging System will take place Jan. 12-13, 2010, beginning at 9 a.m. Central time

A web-based product training seminar for OPW Fuel Management Systems’ SiteSentinel iSite Automatic Tank Gauging System will take place Jan. 12-13, 2010, beginning at 9 a.m. Central time.

The virtual training seminar, which will last two hours each day, is designed to demonstrate the system start-ups and general operation of iSite, OPW’s next generation tank-gauging system.

Virtual course registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis. You must have high-speed Internet access and an individual e-mail address to view the seminar. Training guides are available for download and must be read prior to the seminar.

In addition, attendees who pass a mandatory written test will receive a certificate of achievement. Technicians are required to re-certify every three years and the re-certifying cost is $75 for each test. However, if the technician attends an onsite or Webex seminar, the cost of the test will be waived.

The course is $100 payable one week prior to the seminar and is non-refundable.

Qualified technicians and distributors can register for onsite or Web-based training seminars by visiting www.opwglobal.com under the “Service Seminar Schedule” link in the Tech Support section or by calling Steve Rose at (708) 485-4200, ext. 8278. Technicians can also go to http://www.opwglobal.com/TechSupport/TechnicalSeminarSchedule.aspx for a direct link to the schedule and to register.

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