Neschen Americas has announced that its laminating expertise is being brought directly to customers. Previously, laminating boot camps were limited to the Neschen Americas Training & Education Center in Elkridge, MD but beginning this month that will change. Seven training seminars have already been scheduled throughout the United States and Canada, with the first one being held on May 18 – 19 in Los Angeles, CA.
Neschen Americas' laminating boot camp is a two-day hands-on training seminar on its SEAL and Neschen brand products. Students will be given the opportunity to execute applications using SEAL laminators and consumables. Class sizes are limited to 12 students and the student to teacher ratio of 4:1 allows for individual attention and ample time for questions and answers with Neschen Americas' expert trainers and technicians. Speaking of expert trainers, industry-renown Mark Rugen, Manager of the Neschen Americas Training & Education Center, will teach each and every laminating boot camp ensuring quality and consistency.
"The best hands-on training for laminators and materials I have attended," said Rob Galloway of Charlotte, NC, who made the trip to Elkridge, Maryland last year.
A variety of SEAL laminators are used in the class, such as the 54 Base or 62 Base, the 62 Pro and the increasingly popular 54 EL, which was launched in October 2010. Applications include, but are not limited to, single-sided cold lamination, roll-to-roll laminating, edge wrapping and mounting. Products featured in the class include Print Shield Base, Print Shield Floor Guard, Print Shield Anti-Graffiti and gudy window by SEAL.
"We have done multiple laminating boot camps in Maryland and they have been extremely successful," said Mark Rugen, Manager of the Neschen Americas Training & Education Center. "Customers have continually asked if we were coming to their area and we are excited to meet their increasing demands. This decision is just another example of our commitment to training and education and how we bring that philosophy to the market."