With great interest, was completed on Saturday 4 June 2016 in EMMIS facilities, the training of National Electricians Contractors of Higher and Secondary Technical Education on “Transformers and other power and control products “.
The content of the training was designed in two (2) main parts:
- The theoretical training of the participants about the operation , uses, applications, benefits and quality selection criteria of low voltage transformers , as well as a range of products that belongs in the power supply and control industry, such as voltage stabilizers, insulation monitors, temperature monitors, multifunction multimeters and network analyzers, industrial earth leakage relays and current transformers.
- Live monitoring of low-voltage transformer production process – from the stage of raw materials until the completion of quality control – which strictly adheres to international standards and incorporates the corresponding expertise in manufacturing certified low-voltage transformers.
The training was delivered by the personnel of the respective EMMIS departments (Sales, Production, Quality Control & Technical Support) and lasted from 9.00am until 2.00pm.
The event was honored by the National Association of Retired Electricians which was represented by Mr. George Kissandrakis (President) and Mr. Lefteris Skaris (General Secretary).
All participants received the Seminar Confirmation of Participation.