Hydraulics Online has posted the first in a new series of technical hydraulics training content, thanks to a new working partnership with Canadian training company, LunchBox Sessions. It delivers bite-size online learning on a range of industrial topics, including hydraulics.
We’re delighted to announce this new initiative in conjunction with LunchBox Sessions. The Canadian training company has been delivering industrial training courses for more than twenty years. It launched its award-winning e-learning portal six years ago and has been building on it ever since.
Today, the LunchBox Sessions library includes more than 500 different learning materials and more than 180 interactive live schematic simulations. Amongst the wide range of learning resources, these simulations enable you to control load sensing pumps, pilot operated directional control valves, and detailed system configurations.
A natural fit
We’re absolutely stoked to have gained permission to republish some of LunchBox Sessions’ e-learning content here. The company is a natural fit with Hydraulics Online. Like us, they take an open, no-nonsense and practical approach to sharing knowledge and expert advice.
The learning materials created by LunchBox Sessions are characterised by:
Interactive diagrams and schematics
Bitesize modules – most less than ten minutes
The opportunity to test your knowledge
The first session of this kind looks at the different types of hydraulic pumps and the two displacement models. You can read it here.
Stay tuned for more fabulous content. Or, if you simply can’t wait, you can find out more about signing up for full access to Lunchbox Sessions’ online training resources here.
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