With its academy in Changzhou City, KARL MAYER is aiming to complement its range of state-of-the-art machines by making specific training courses available to its customers. The concept has proved to be extremely successful.
Since the KARL MAYER Academy China was set up in 2008, more than 700 trainees have qualified there, and the number is rising all the time. Most of the trainees come from warp knitting companies, yarn producers and commercial agencies – at every level and from every department.
Company owners, managing directors and top managers from medium-sized and large companies come to the KARL MAYER Academy China in Changzhou City, as do engineers, sales managers, designers, maintenance specialists and machine operators. Many of them register for follow-on courses. A large number of these is available, in addition to a variety of basic courses on tricot and raschel machines.
The courses are held by experienced instructors using the latest teaching resources and are based on what happens in practice. Once they have returned to their companies, the newly qualified workers will be able to use everything they have learned in their day-to-day work. They will become known as specialists in the field, and give new impetus to China’s warp knitting sector.
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