The Total Pump Training course is a detailed examination of common pump applications, pump selection, operations, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Individuals in pump and piping system industries will find this course a valuable asset for learning proper pump operation and understanding typical pump behavior.
This course is taught by recognized experts in pump and piping industries committed to keeping abreast of industry knowledge and standards, answering questions about pump operations in the field and how best to work in varying environments.
This is the most comprehensive pump training available.
This class instructs attendees on issues that cause pump and equipment failures and how to efficiently troubleshoot while saving time and money.
Who should attend? Is this training right for me?
This course is designed for engineers, recent college graduates, maintenance technicians, operations supervisors, pump application engineers, and sales people needing to obtain a better understanding of the operation of pumps as they apply to piping systems.
Attendees come from a variety of fields and skill levels including but not limited to:
Design Engineers, Plant Engineers, Facility Managers, Maintenance Technicians, Mechanics, Building Owners, Plant Operators, Safety Engineers, Recent College Graduates, and Pump Sales Representatives.
The Total Pump Training seminar will provide attendees with the practical knowledge and skills needed to address common concerns of pumps and pump systems. Upon completion, attendees will understand:
- How to read and utilize Pump Performance Curves for maximum benefit
- What the ANSI and API pump standards are and what they mean for companies
- How to identify the main pump principles and characteristics of typical pump designs
- How to avoid unwanted pump cavitation by recognizing common causes
- How properly selecting a pump can lower lifetime maintenance and energy costs
- How to effectively solve pump issues using Root Cause Failure Analyses
Introduction to Pumps
Positive Displacement Pumps
Hydraulics, Selection, and Curves
Advanced Hydraulic Considerations
Energy Conservation in Pump Selection
Pump Characteristics and Applications Textbook:
This hands-on reference offers a practical introduction to pumps and provides the tools necessary to select, size, operate, and maintain pumps properly. It highlights the interrelatedness of pump engineering from system and piping design to installation and startup.
Comprehensive Course Workbook:
The comprehensive course workbook has several useful guidelines and key points of information covered in the course. This manual is an excellent resource for retrieving concepts taught during the seminar and applying them in the field.
Continuing Education Units:
24 Continuing Educational Units (CEU) or 24 Professional Development Hours will be awarded to course attendees.
At the conclusion of the training course, attendees will be awarded a Certificate of Completion with a course content description included for confirmation of continued education credits.
Classes are from 8:30 AM - 5 PM with one hour for lunch. This training seminar qualifies for 24 Professional Development Hours (PDH) needed to meet the continuing education requirements for Professional Engineers in many states.
Billing Address: The billing address is defined as the address to which your credit card statements are mailed.
You may cancel your registration up to 30 business days before the seminar. Your registration fee will be refunded less a cancellation fee. If you need to cancel less than 30 business days prior to the seminar, you may (1) send a substitute from your organization or (2) transfer your registration fee within 12 months to another seminar or conference of your choice. Please note that if you do not cancel and do not attend, you are still responsible for payment. Substitutions may be made at any time.
Gardena South Bay Centre/ University of Phoenix 1515 West 190th Street Suite 200 Gardena, CA 94248