Which Training is Best for You?

by | Sep 26, 2018 | Flow, Measurement Instrumentation

Maggie Schmidt

Flow Marketing Communications Manager / Blogger

Choosing Your Flow Measurement Training

Now that you know Emerson offers education and training along with its world-class products, including courses focused on Coriolis, Magnetic, Vortex and Ultrasonic Flow Meters, how can you find the one that’s just right for you and your team?

After you go to the Educational Services page, scroll down to the Course Advisor option to find the right class.

Once there, set your search filters to find what is available. The filters allow you to select by several different options, including brand, job role, or process, with many options within those.

The system will offer you different classes with options within those for virtual or classroom.

If at any time you would prefer to talk to a customer service rep about which class would be best for you, please navigate back to the main educational services page and click on “Contact Training” or contact training here.

We look forward to seeing you in class!

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