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Why not increase your productivity through training with the right balance between theory and practice? Our courses include training in both new products or systems and in existing automation systems. Our training courses are based on our recognized experience with the development, commissioning and maintenance of industrial machines and equipment. 

We provide industrial automation training for products and solutions of key suppliers like ABB, Danfoss, Festo, Pilz, Schneider Electric and Siemens. On top, we provide hands-on trainings about machine safety, robotics and electrical engineering.

Our practical and interactive trainings are held in our training centers in Hagen, Leipzig and Hamburg. And of course we can also hold an in-house training at your location.

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