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Chemical Engineering & Plant Operator Training
RedVector provides skills-based chemical processing and plant training courses designed to help companies better train their operators, maintenance professionals, lab technicians and engineers.
Chemical Engineering and Plant Operator Training
Because there are inherent dangers and complexities within chemical and process facilities, companies must verify that employees have the knowledge to safely and efficiently carry out their duties. The RedVector chemical engineering and plant operator training portfolio was built on learning content from trusted brands including NUS, Williams Learning, Tel-A-Train, PRIMEDIA and CiNet, who served the industry for over 25 years. Chemical engineering online courses and plant operator training courses address the training needs of the apprentice-level employee or the journeyman. Finally, deliver all of your training through RedVector’s best-in-class learning management system to better manage compliance, safety, career development and credentials.
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Assess Your Company’s Potential Training ROI
See how much you could save with online training. By assessing your potential training ROI, you’ll take the first step toward improving training efficiency and validating a strong learning and development plan for your organization. Use the Training ROI Tool to understand payback periods, ROI and other metrics. Plus, generate your custom report.
Chemical Engineering Training and Plant Operator Training Topics
RedVector’s chemical engineering and plant operator training courses offer your employees the knowledge they need to succeed.
Health, Safety and Environment
Process Safety Management
Instrumentation and Control
Chemical Handling and Storage
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