|Milford, CT – June 19, 2008 - New Standard Institute, a provider of seminars, training software, and consulting services to manufacturing and industrial facilities, will offer two new seminar subjects this Fall.
Energy Management, presented by Gary Wamsley, and Advanced! Microsoft® Project for Maintenance, by Andrew Levitt will debut September 18 – 19, 2008 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
“Traditionally, we begin each series of open-enrollment seminars in New Orleans,” notes Project Coordinator Tessa Marquis, “both in the Fall and in the Spring of each year.”
“New Orleans is symbolic of celebration and new beginnings,” Marquis says, “and our seminars are an opportunity for people to take a fresh look at their facilities and start anew.”
Energy Management is an extensive technical seminar that includes all utility systems, process systems critique, energy balances, benchmarking and hundreds of proven energy savings ideas. The instructor, Senior Consultant Gary W. Wamsley specializes in On-Site Energy Assessments & Utility System Reviews for commercial and industrial plants. Wamsley is a Registered Professional Engineer in four states, a Certified Energy Manager with AEE, and a Certified Plant Engineering Manager.
Andrew C. Levitt is the author of New Standard's Microsoft® Project for Maintenance seminar, and has designed the Advanced!... session specifically for clients who have used the program to manage a major shutdown.
The other seminar subjects announced are Maintenance Planning and Scheduling, conducted by New Standard Institute President Michael V. Brown, and Microsoft® Project for Maintenance, by Andrew Levitt. These sessions will be held September 15 – 17 the same week. Additional sessions will be held this Fall in Los Angeles, Orlando and several other locations in the US.
Throughout the year New Standard Institute continues to provide customized versions of these seminars at client sites, as well as providing web-based training programs and downloadable training.