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ColDesi launches self-paced online embroidery training
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Jun '14
ColDesi Inc. launches self-paced online embroidery training. Self-Paced training is an online presentation, complete with video instructions and tutorials, that customers can log into and complete any time. At various points in the SWF embroidery machine training there are quizzes that must be answered for the trainee to move on to the next section.
 
ColDesi, operates as the primary distributor of SWF commercial embroidery machines in the United States from its headquarters in Tampa, FL. The SWF brand has an excellent reputation among industrial and contract embroidery companies and ColDesi has supplied those machines to major retail brands as well. 
 
Most recently the SWF brand was adopted by Perry Ellis for manufacturing in their Tampa location, but other international brands like Old Gringo, Nike, Eddy Bauer and more have also partnered with ColDesi and SWF.
 
Self-Paced training is an online presentation, complete with video instructions and tutorials, that customers can log into and complete any time. At various points in the SWF embroidery machine training there are quizzes that must be answered for the trainee to move on to the next section.
 
“The online training classes provided by ColDesi for SWF machines have been run live by a trainer so far”, said Joe Centrone, Service Manager. “But many customers have scheduling conflicts, or new employees that need to be trained and we want to address their needs as well.”
 
“Someone who takes the Single Head 15 Needle 1501 Series Machine Training course and passes the test at the end will be ready to operate the equipment competently.” The current training course features the Single Head 15 Needle 1501 series, E/1501-C and E/1501-T. While this course is very useful for learning how to operate the multi-head systems, more specific material is under development.
 
Mr. Centrone also commented that the large majority of the support phone calls and e-mail received by ColDesi Support are training related issues rather than mechanical. “This new self-paced training not only helps our customers by giving them the knowledge they need, it frees up our support staff to help them with real technical issues should they arise.”
 

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