I’m working on creating several training courses about air compressors and compressed air.
The just finished Air Compressor Troubleshooting Guide is very popular and besides making some money on that, I’m really happy to be able to help so many people with their compressor problems.
Just the other day I received a message from a gentleman, asking if and how he can get my guide because he works with a bunch of compressors and his service provider is just making a lot of money on small problems and repairs, because there’s no-one else around to turn to!
Air Compressor Training Courses
But I’ve been getting a lot of other non-troubleshooting questions too. About different compressors types, compressor control systems, compressed air quality, etc.
So for all of you, I’m now working on several new training courses.
These courses will be for anyone that works with industrial air compressors. Maintenance guys, small business owners, etc.
I’ve been thinking about what subjects should be in what course, what is ‘basic’ and what is ‘advanced’, etc.
Here’s what I have come up with:
The columns represent the 8 main topics I could come up with. Every block of one color represents 1 training course.
So there will be 1 basic course, covering all the topics on a basic level (the light-green block at the top).
The basic course is designed for somebody that has never worked with a compressor before, for example new maintenance and operational guys, and to make them completely confident around the air compressor they have to work with.
And there will be many advanced courses, covering specific topics more in-depth (the colorful patchwork below).
For example, the darker-blue block at the right is the oil-injected rotary screw air compressor troubleshooting guide, which is already finished 🙂
Any feedback on my plan is highly appreciated!
What do you want to see in the courses? What do you think should be in the basic course, and what should be in an advanced course? Is any subject missing?
I would love to hear your feedback. Just make a comment to this post. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will try my best to create the best online air compressor course available!
All the best,