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Energize Hydraulics training now offers three CPD points
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Hydraulics training now offers three CPD points

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Bosch Rexroth South Africa Group’s training department has received its first CESA-validated CPD points for its three-day hydraulics training course. Already merSETA accredited, the course has now been validated with 3 CPD points, valid until March 2023.

The hydraulic training CPD-validated course is designed for all ECSA-registered engineers, delivering continued development in the engineering field, which is required to maintain their ECSA registration.

“This hydraulics training course is one of approximately 150 courses from our training department” explains Allen van Gent, the company’s group training manager. “All courses are offered anywhere in Africa at customers’ training venues or at Bosch Rexroth’s training facilities in Kempton Park”.

Bosch Rexroth South Africa and its Training Department have stringent protocols in place regarding social distancing and the prevention of the Covid-19 virus and comply with all restrictions imposed by lockdown levels in South Africa.

The group offers hydraulic, pneumatic and system-specific training courses, customising training to meet customer-specific needs.

Contact Allen van Gent, Bosch Rexroth South Africa, Tel 011 979-4630, allen.vangent@boschrexroth.co.za

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