A couple weeks ago we had another great turnout at BoilerU. In fact, the class was completely sold out! Jude Wolf always does a great job teaching these classes, and we do our best to promote them and show our audience exactly what the class will have in store. That's hard to do sometimes because when you're not there to experience it for yourself, you will never know the true benefit the class will bring.
Nothing makes us happier than announcing a full WARE Boiler University class! Our Boiler U class happening now in Jeffersonville, IN was sold out and we've enjoyed seeing a room packed with eager students.
Our next WARE Boiler University class is right around the corner. During the 3-day courses, industry veterans, not professional educators, will provide in-depth training on safety, efficiency operations, maintenance, feed water, refractory inspections, troubleshooting and more.
Boiler University is an excellent resource for boiler training. Whether you are a rookie in the industry or a seasoned veteran brushing up on your skills, there is always something new to be learned at Boiler U. WARE hosts this event in different locations a few times a year, which is led by Jeff Barto and Jude Wolf. Jeff Barto, branch manager of the Chattanooga office and Boiler U instructor, brings more than 25 years of experience to the Boiler University classroom. His passion lies with passing on information to the students.
Every engineer understands that the road to success in this industry is through real-life experience - not a textbook. While classroom time is crucial for fundamentals, nothing can compare you for the unpredictable. That's where Boiler U comes in.
Any engineer you come into contact with knows the best way to gain confidence and skill in their industry is through experience. Textbooks and classroom time will only take you so far until real world experience comes into play. Boiler University from WARE is a great way to gain that experience in a controlled environment. Using pictures, video and real-world experience, everyone from newbies to veterans can benefit from these classes.
Every engineer knows the best way to acquire knowledge is through experience. Textbook training and troubleshooting are all informative routes and can bring great insight to various issues you may encounter in the industry, but hands-on experience always proves to be more beneficial.