Bosch to present new training concept at Interpack 2014
|Bosch Packaging Academy|
Bosch Packaging Technology will presents its new concept for technical trainings at Interpack 2014. The division has begun to establish a worldwide training platform under the umbrella brand Bosch Packaging Academy, offering customers and employees a standardised knowledge pool for the entire machine portfolio from Bosch Packaging Technology.
“The centrally bundled programme makes it easy for customers to choose their suitable training product, especially for topics covering different technologies,” explains Severin Diepold, Project Manager, Bosch Packaging Services.
The Bosch Packaging Academy comprises individual centres of competence and local country academies. The sites in Crailsheim, Germany and Beringen, Switzerland are the first centres of competence to offer specific technical trainings for the product divisions pharma and confectionery and food under the academy umbrella.
Bosch further integrates sites into the comprehensive training concept, step by step, in order to make standardised trainings for the entire product portfolio available worldwide and from a single source. In the coming years, Bosch will further add local country academies for basic trainings to the Academy, amongst others in China and Egypt.
Customers will have the opportunity to choose from three different training modules: basic trainings for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of Bosch machinery, advanced trainings for increased productivity, as well as specific programmes for specialist topics such as Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), servo technology or IT. With a combination of different training methods such as theoretical lessons, multimedia training and hands-on experience, Bosch offers its customers maximum flexibility.
In addition to training sessions at individual academy sites, Bosch also offers trainings at customers’ premises. Depending on the module, different trainers manage the courses: while country trainers are available as experts for basic machine knowledge in the respective local language, specialist trainers from the individual centres of competence teach in-depth content.
EP News Bureau – Mumbai