SAN RAMON, Calif. — Lubricants University, an educational Web site, is introducing two new courses, “Fundamentals of Lubricant Additives” and “Base Oils,” as part of its online training. The two modules are self-study, Web-based programs designed for lubricant resellers, industrial end users, compounders, blenders and individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of lubricant formulation. The site is sponsored by Chevron.
The “Fundamentals of Lubricant Additives” course covers the primary additives used in lubricant formulations and explains the basic functions and applications. The course is designed to help lubricant resellers and industrial end users understand the role additives play in a finished product and learn why different products are used in different applications.
The “Base Oils” course covers base oils manufacturing, how performance is measured and why different oils are selected for specific applications.
“The new online courses from Lubricant University are easy for students to schedule and complete,” said Kathy Johnson, global industrial account manager, global lubricants, Chevron. “Both the ‘Base Oils’ module and ‘Additive Technology’ module offer comprehensive information on relevant technologies and issues that will enhance job skills. These modules help maintenance engineers, for example, better understand lubricants and how to use them optimally.”
Both training courses use animation and are interactive. Each course offers a certificate of completion.
Courses are available to the general public and cost $59.95 each. To purchase a course by credit card, call the Chevron Fulfillment Center at 866-7LUBESU. A subscription program is available for companies interested in offering training to multiple employees. Subscriptions can be customizable, allowing a company to choose the appropriate courses for its needs. The subscription fee is dependent on the amount of employees and the number of courses a company chooses to take. For further details regarding the subscription program please contact: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org.
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