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Rieter again offers diverse customer training program
22
Mar '13
In addition to quality and efficiency, well-trained personnel are an important factor for corporate success. For this reason, Rieter is again offering a diverse customer training program in 2013.

New is the course structure, organized according to the process stages fiber preparation, spinning preparation and end spinning. In addition to this, a section for individual training is included in the brochure. This program is precisely tailored to the customer’s wishes.

The Rieter customer training program 2013 offers a wide range of courses for all process stages within a spinning plant through to individual training.

Participant feedback from Mr. Gohar Zaman Malghani, Technical Director, Mahmood Textile Mills, Paktistan: «I have personally completed various machine courses at Rieter and am impressed by the professionalism of the know-how transfer. I have passed on the knowledge gained to my personnel. Since then, the level of machine efficiency is higher. That enormously simplifies my daily work.

Customer success is of particular importance to Rieter. Therefore, Rieter has offered training for employees at all levels within a spinning company for more than 25 years. The aim is to ensure that the customer has all systems firmly under control and can operate economically.

The Rieter Training Center with its excellently equipped training rooms from the blowroom through to the end spinning machines provides the optimal environment for customer training. To communicate this expertise, Rieter has a five-member instructor team with many years of experience in the textile industry.

From the first Rieter training course approx. 25 years’ ago till the present day, more than 5000 participants worldwide have taken advantage of and profited from Rieter’s expert know-how.

Feedbacks confirm it

Around six months following the visit to a Rieter training course, 80 to 90 percent of the participants report that they are profiting from the newly gained knowledge in their daily work and that the economic benefit for the company is visible.

It has been confirmed that former course participants
- have more confidence in their own work
- are able to optimize the operational behavior of the machine
- recognize what preventive maintenance work is necessary and
- can correctly interpret the control signals and react accordingly.

Rieter’s experience also shows that
- The efficiency in a plant is higher after a training course
- The machine efficiency is increased
- Constant quality at a higher level is achieved.

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