Boiler and pressure vessel incidents, which can have devastating consequences, are usually the result of human error. WARE Boiler University’s hands-on classes are designed to prevent these types of catastrophes in the workplace by reducing the likelihood of these mistakes.
WARE, an industry leader in boilers and chillers for rentals, sales and service, brings more than 50 years of knowledge to individuals in the field through their unique training program. WARE Boiler University is an accredited adult continuing education class available through WKU. Classes are designed to help improve success on the job in as little as three days and all participants earn 2.4 continuing education units for attending.
“We are thrilled to bring the Boiler University back to Bowling Green,” said Sharon Woodward, director of Continuing Education at WKU. “Companies in our region will now be able to get this essential boiler maintenance and safety training without the expenses associated with travel.”
The three-day WARE Boiler University will take place March 30-April 1 at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center at WKU’s South Campus. The class will meet from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to all participants.
Woodward encourages all individuals involved in the operation, maintenance, planning or purchasing of boilers or boiler-related equipment to attend this school. The Boiler University will cover topics including, but not limited to, safety, efficiency operations, maintenance, cost reduction, boiler inspections and feedwater chemistry.
The registration deadline for this program is March 19 and all payment must be received in advance. For information on the WARE Boiler University, visit the Continuing Education website or call (270) 745-1912.
Continuing Education is a unit of the Division of Extended Learning and Outreach.
Contact: Jennifer Perry, (270) 745-1926.