Richmond, Virginia – VibrAlign, Inc., American distributor of Fixturlaser Alignment tools, is proud to announce the expansion of their offerings as a shaft alignment training provider. VibrAlign now employs six full-time, professional trainers. Stan Riddle, David Zdrojewski, Tom Shelton, Brad Case, James Pekarek, and Mac MacCormack will be leading training classes at VibrAligns Richmond office, their Houston, TX training location, and on-site at clients facilities.
With more than 100 years of combined shaft alignment experience, the VibrAlign training team is passionate about what they do and eager to teach. Besides delivering training, each instructor develops and improves the content in the training classes, and contributes to the alignment community by writing helpful articles on VibrAlign’s alignment blog.
The VibrAlign training curriculum has evolved as well. Each VibrAlign class uses iBooks curriculum presented on iPads, which allows the courses to remain current, comprehensive, and consistent, keeping material up-to-date and interactive. The company has also launched a new webpage, designed to be the one-stop-shop for all things shaft alignment training, whether visitors are looking to sign up for a class immediately or simply learn about what VibrAlign training can do for their company.
VibrAlign has also created two new videos: A Training Overview Video, which interviews actual students of VibrAlign training classes about what they've learned. And, the Verti-Zontal Compound Method video, which outlines VibrAligns proprietary shaft alignment method that saves both time and effort. Both videos can be found on the new training page, and on VibrAlign’s YouTube channel.
This expansion of VibrAligns training capabilities is part of the companys commitment to not only Realign America, but to also create expert aligners who are better prepared to align more efficiently. With this in mind, VibrAlign has introduced the new slogan for their training classes: Save Time. Save Money. Save the Machine. This slogan serves as a reminder that ultimately the goal of shaft alignment is to keep machinery running longer, reducing downtime, and protecting the companys investment.
For more information, please visit training.vibralign.com