Keep your skills sharp with online training and in-person seminars. Attend live training with peers from around the world or bring the content in-house. EASA's variety of industry-specific training pools more than 100 years of rotating equipment knowledge from EASA's technical support staff.
NEW! Online Sales Training Program
Sales professionals need to keep their skills sharp in order to discover new leads, nurture promising prospects and close more deals. But, finding relevant and insightful training can present challenges.
Following a thorough review of sales content presented at several EASA Conventions, EASA now offers 11 sales training videos, each focused on a specific area. Each video groups the relevant sections from past convention sessions*, providing your sales professionals with concentrated expertise on several topics.
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New edition of Root Cause Failure Analysis Released
The next edition of EASA's popular “Root Cause Failure Analysis” seminar manual is now available for purchase.
Featuring an all new “Root Cause Methodology” section that goes into great detail explaining that effective root cause failure analysis must take place within the context of a practical problem-solving methodology or framework. It covers a modified Plan-Do-Check-Act process that emphasizes the importance of planning and the related problem-solving methodology components. This section also explains A3, a high-level reporting tool that is very effective for problem solving.
Also new to this edition, Synchronous Machine Failures and an expanded section on real-world case studies.
The book is available as part of EASA's 2-day Root Cause Failure Analysis seminar.
New Version of Popular Manual Focuses on IEC Motors
A new version of the Principles of Medium & Large AC Motors 手册适用现在可用的地址 IEC standards and practices. It was developed by industry experts in Europe along with EASA’s engineering team. Members can now choose the book that best fits the body of motors that they most frequently service: NEMA or IEC.
This valuable instructional/resource manual is available for purchase in both printed and downloadable versions.
How To Wind Three-Phase Stators
Self-paced, interactive training for stators 600 volts or less
This valuable interactive training tool is ideal for those new to the industry and experienced winders. This course teaches how to wind in a richly detailed, step-by-step approach. It includes narrative, animations and video clips, with tests to assess comprehension. The training, which is divided into 13 lessons, covers data taking, core testing, coil cutoff, burnout, stripping, core preparation, coil making, stator insulation, coil insertion, internal connections, lacing and bracing, inspection and test of untreated and treated windings, and winding treatment. Features include "Pro Tips" and "Drill Downs" that enhance the learning experience and assure that even the most experienced technician will learn from this product.
The course is delivered through the EASA website. No special software or installation is required.
Safety Module Program
Is safety a priority in your service center?
EASA’s Management Services Committee identified the 16 most important areas of safety faced in today’s environment. Use the included documents to create or supplement your own safety program. These are FREE for EASA members.
Take your safety program to the next level and purchase related management and employee safety webinars focusing on specific areas of safety.
EASA Vo-Tech Program
The Vo-Tech Program is one of EASA's longest-standing educational products and has been used to train hundreds of service center technicians. This course, produced in conjunction with TPC Training Systems, was designed for EASA members of all sizes. This print-based curriculum includes nine “volumes” (presented in separate binders) that cover the gamut from Safety to Basic Shop Skills to AC and DC motors..
Vibration Analysis for Service Centers
This program consists of recordings of EASA’s 12-part Vibration for Service Centers webinar series and includes a 48-page companion manual. It serves as an introductory training resource for service center technicians and supervisors involved in measuring, evaluating, and correcting vibration and balancing issues on machines under repair – as opposed to the in-plant predictive maintenance tasks covered in most general classes on the subject.