Annual Technical Conference Training Course Offering
An In-situ Balancing course is being offered the two days preceding the CMVA Annual Technical Conference. The dates of training in Victoria are October 10th and 11th.
You will need to obtain your own hotel, flights and registration. There are blocked rooms at preferred rates available while supplies last.
In-Situ Dynamic Balancing Course
Instructor: Ron Newman, NAVAJO Technologies
Price per person:
Members – $1525
Non-Members – $1855
Maximum number of seats: 15
Course duration: 16 hours
Course format: 2-day in-person class at Inn at Laurel Point in Victoria (BC) on Oct. 10-11, before the Conference
Schedule: From 8 am to 5 pm EST (live class)
What’s included: All attendees in this course will receive:
- Course training materials/handouts.
- Certificate of Training Completion
Know your instructor
Ron Newman is a MIBoC (Mobius Institute Board of Certification) CAT IV Vibration Analyst (Certification # M-129938-01), accredited BSc, and has been involved in machinery vibration and acoustics for 40+ years. Beginning with IRD Mechanalysis (now Rockwell) in 1977, he spent 4+ years providing sales and consulting field services to Ontario industries. After a short time with Schenck-Trebel, where he gained an intimate knowledge of dynamic balancing applications, Ron spent 23 years with Bruel & Kjaer, a world leader in sound and vibration measurement. Now with PRÜFTECHNIK Canada, known world-wide for state-of-the-art solutions in laser shaft alignment and vibration monitoring, each day brings a new and exciting task! Throughout his career he has provided formal training seminars and workshops, and served as a part-time instructor of sound and vibration at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Currently, through a partnership between PRÜFTECHNIK and the Mobius Institute, Ron acts as senior instructor for CAT I, CAT II and CAT III courses in Canada, and has presented Dynamic Balancing, Rolling Element Bearing, Machine Resonance, and Proactive Maintenance webinars, workshops, and magazine articles through the Reliability Web, and UPTIME magazine.