inspire new standards of excellence
It all starts with tna’s training solutions. Our team of experts combines classroom-based learning with practical problem-solving and interactive participation for a training experience that goes far beyond your standard operating instructions.
why invest in professional training with tna
- Increase workforce skill levels
- Improve workplace safety
- Maximise efficiencies in use and improve yield
- Enhance motivation and encourage career advancement
- Reduce system downtime
- Extend machine lifetime through expert maintenance standards
- Further develop team’s troubleshooting and problem-solving skills
brilliant course. ian gilbert, tutor, along with steve burgess, really put us through our paces. their knowledge of the tna machines was unbelievable
andrew brown, engineer, burton’s foods
match your exact needs
At tna, our team of technical experts offers a variety of convenient ways to learn anywhere, anytime.
- online: cost-effective, on-demand learning wherever you have internet access
- offsite: practical hands-on training at one of tna’s state-of-theart facilities around the world
- onsite: job-specific training across the workforce in live operational situations
sharpen your skills inmachine operation
- Our product-specific operator training includes safety, installation and moving guidelines, set-up, operation, trouble-shooting and cleaning requirements.
- Maintenance training is separated into electrical and mechanical training modules for flexibility of job role. Each module includes identifying and explaining the product-specific devices together with their removal and setup.
choose from three skill levels
Each module contains assessments and problem-solving situations in which participants must achieve 75% or above to progress to the next level. Upon successful completion of each training module, you and your company each receive a ‘tna certified operator’ or ‘tna certified engineer’ accredited certificate as proof of mastering the training course.
who should take this course? Operators as well as engineers
duration of the course: One day per machine
content: General and technical skills for operating the machine,data entry, powering up, understanding of functions, alarms, set points, internal systems, screens.
intermediate / service
who should take this course? Engineers who have completed the compulsory course
duration: Two days for each solution, one day for weighing
content: Entering programme and value meanings, strip down machine for complete mechanical understanding, overview of electrical controls, and more.
who should take this course? Engineers / mechanical engineers
duration: Three to four days
content: All mechanical and electrical items, run through of controls, equipment software.
at walkers, we’ve had four jaw workshop sessions to help with installing tungsten and improving the lifespan of our knives and anvils. as a result, we saved approximately 27% on usage alone in the first six months after training