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Karl Mayer academy to offer specialized courses on warp knitting
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Jun '08
The KARL MAYER Academy, China is set up on the occasion of the opening of the new production location KARL MAYER China Ltd.

KARL MAYER builds highly efficient warp knitting machines and also provides detailed technical information on these machines. The KARL MAYER Academy provides useful information on every aspect of warp knitting. It is a recognized training centre and has been operating extremely successfully at the company's headquarters in Obertshausen for some time now.

The foundation of the KARL MAYER Academy in China will go hand in hand with the opening of the new production location KARL MAYER China Ltd. This education and training centre for Asia will belong to KARL MAYER (CHINA) Ltd, and will offer a programme of specialized courses on warp knitting. The topics covered in the courses are designed to cater specifically for the requirements of the company's clients.

They take into account the existing knowledge of the participants, and are available as modules, which enables each trainee to obtain his own specific set of qualifications. The result is a tailor-made training programme, which is also highly efficient. A team of experienced specialists and modern seminar rooms are available with the aim of maximizing the learning experience and making the topics enjoyable.

The objective is to “train the trainer” and all the activities of the KARL MAYER Academy, China are first supported by a team of experienced instructors from Germany. To this end, the company has furnished its new training rooms with the latest learning devices, ancillary equipment and selected pattern collections, but above all, it has made suitable training machines available.

Providing the trainees with hands-on experience at the machines in the KARL MAYER Academy, China is a definite guarantee of success. The perfect combination of theoretical and practical training modules enables every person taking part in the courses to immediately put into practice what they have learned, and to rely completely on the technical information they have been given by the instructors.

Courses available at the KARL MAYER Academy, China
To meet demand, the first course to be held at the KARL MAYER Academy, China in the second half of 2008 will be the two-week-long “Basic course on warp knitting”, (WKB). You can find the current details of the training courses on the KARL MAYER homepage under the heading “SERVICE – KARL MAYER ACADEMY”.
• first WKB will be held from 15 to 26 September 2008
• second WKB will be held from 3 to 14 November 2008
• third WKB will be held from 1 to 12 December 2008

Among other things, the trainees on these WKB courses will learn about the machine elements and how they all interact with each other. They will be able to familiarise themselves with the various constructions and the use of different yarns. They will analyse simple patterns and practice technical calculations.


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