Continuous Learning with TFM: Why Laser Alignment Training is a Must

At TFM Consultants International, we pride ourselves in having a reputation for exceptional services and education in power engineering and facility management. Since 1997, we have committed ourselves to continuous learning. Our power engineering courses, such as the Laser Shaft Alignment Training for Pumps Systems, exemplify this. Next, we’ll explain the best time for students to take this training course and the subject matter we cover. Continue reading to find out more!

Building Expertise in Pump Systems

TFM Consultants International’s Laser Alignment training seamlessly integrates with our Pump Operation and Maintenance course, offering a unique opportunity for Power Engineers to further develop their skills in installing and maintaining industrial pumps. Often, our students ask us whether it’s better to take the Laser Alignment course immediately after the pump training or if the timing is flexible. Let’s get into this. 

When to Take Laser Alignment Training

While both courses share some commonalities, the Laser Alignment Training is a natural progression, building upon the foundational knowledge acquired in the Pump Operation and Maintenance course. At TFM Consultants International, we recommend that students consider taking this class after the pump training, as it better enables them to understand the training materials and get more out of the course. This additional day or two of training serves as a focused extension, offering practical insights and hands-on experience that solidifies the initial course’s theoretical foundations.

Bridging Theory and Practice

TFM’s commitment to continuous learning extends beyond traditional training schedules. For those participating in our power engineering work experience programs, laser alignment training is a mandatory component. Providing hands-on experience with industrial-type equipment and tools is vital for bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application, preparing the next generation of Power Engineers for the industry’s challenges.

Optimizing Learning with a Flexible Schedule

Our Laser Alignment course will run in person daily from 8:30 am to 5 pm as per the class schedule, with a total duration of two days or roughly 16 hours. This condensed timeframe ensures students can enhance their skills without extensively disrupting their work or personal life schedules. 

Some of the subjects TFM’s expert instructors will cover in this course include the following:

  1. Introduction to Laser Alignment Equipment: Gain familiarity with the tools and technologies essential for precise alignment.
  2. Analysis: Develop the skills to analyze alignment data effectively, identify potential issues, and optimize pump performance.
  3. Shim Identification and Placement: Understand the art of shim placement, a critical aspect of achieving accurate shaft alignment.
  4. Shaft Alignment: Get into the intricacies of shaft alignment techniques, ensuring the longevity and efficiency of industrial pumps.
  5. Safety Procedures: Prioritize safety in alignment procedures, creating a secure working environment for yourself and your team.
  6. Report Writing: Hone your communication skills by learning how to articulate alignment findings clearly and concisely.
  7. Troubleshooting Techniques: Equip yourself with the knowledge to troubleshoot alignment issues efficiently, minimizing downtime and optimizing productivity.

Start Your Laser Alignment Training Today

Since 1997, TFM Consultants International has been a pillar of excellence in education and consultancy. Our commitment to continuous learning is embedded in the fabric of our training programs. We invite you to enroll in our Laser Alignment course today and take a significant step towards a successful and fulfilling career in power engineering. At TFM, we don’t just teach; we empower you to excel in the ever-evolving field of power engineering.

Contact us today to learn more about our Laser Alignment training course.