In June, a new edition of the Category I Vibration Analyst Course took place at the ITP Aero facilities in the Zamudio plant, dedicated to the manufacturing of gas turbine components and the design of new products. The results of the course were outstanding, with a 100% pass rate, showcasing the organization’s keen interest in acquiring this type of knowledge.
This training served attendees to acquire the necessary basic knowledge for the verification of the state of rotating machinery, along with obtaining internationally recognized accreditation endorsed by the Vibration Institute, a North American entity with over 45 years of experience in the field of mechanical vibrations.
The training as a Category I Vibration Analyst according to ISO 18436-2 consists of 32 teaching hours and concludes with an exam in which attendees must demonstrate the knowledge acquired during the learning process.
The commitment of companies like ITP Aero to specialize their personnel in the field of vibrations is a clear example of how the market has recognized the efficiency and effectiveness of these techniques in their day-to-day operations to meet industry standards.