announces the world’s first Advanced CM Lodestar Motor Course.
This course will be held May 29 and 30, 2002 at PCM’s headquarters in Prenton, Wirral, UK. The Advanced course will be preceded by a standard Motor School, which will be held on May 27 and 28.
PCM’s John Jones explains that they decided to run the Advanced Motor School, “Because, while everyone benefits from the standard school, some clients who work on motors as their main job, need extra information and guidance in repair procedures and the more advanced principals.”
The advanced school is open to anyone who has attended a standard PCM Motor School, and is free of charge. However, for practical reasons, it is restricted to 15 participants to give each individual the chance to work on their own hoists.
This course will be the first advanced motor school held anywhere in the world. It’s specially designed to offer more comprehensive instruction and experience to those working in-depth with Lodestar chain motors. Areas covered will include operational theory, design philosophy, safety aspects, internal workings and trouble shooting methods for Lodestar motors.
The course will cover
Stripping and rebuilding a Model L Loadstar
Fitting chain and setting limit switches
Stripping and rebuilding a Model F Loadstar
Trouble shooting with faulty motors
Changing Loadstars into other capacities/speeds
Overnight accommodation for the course is co-ordinated by PCM, and includes the option of a great night out for all attendees, courtesy of PCM, where everyone can exchange knowledge and experiences with fellow course members and PCM staff in a relaxed social setting.
The Package also includes:
Lunches for 2 days
Light refreshments during course hours
All training and instruction materials
Overnight hotel accommodation for £45 a night
Certificate of Attendance
For further details, call John Jones or Tony Dickson at PCM on 0151 609 0101 or check the web site at: www.askpcm.com.