OPW slates onsite and virtual seminars

Feb. 1, 2008
OPW Fuel Management Systems will conduct its next onsite product-training seminar Feb. 19 to 22 in Pittsburgh, providing service personnel hands-on training with the company’s K800 and System2 products

OPW Fuel Management Systems will conduct its next onsite product-training seminar Feb. 19 to 22 in Pittsburgh, providing service personnel hands-on training with the company’s K800 and System2 products and an overview of network interfaces.

The seminar, which will take place at the Holiday Inn at 915 Brinton Rd., will run from 8 A.M. EST to 5 A.M. each day and cost $350 per person. Application and payment must be received at least two weeks in advance of the seminar. Attendees must bring a laptop computer and voltage meter to the seminar, and pass a mandatory test on each system to receive certificates of achievement.

OPW also will hold virtual product training seminars on Feb. 12 to 14 and Feb. 19 to 20 from 9 to 11 a.m. CST, free to qualified FMS distributors and technicians. The course will prepare technicians to use the SiteSentinel 1 tank gauge through virtual labs to receive product certification. Registration for the seminars closes one business day before the course begins.

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