Sound and vibration seminar scheduled

NEBB's Sound and Vibration Certified Professional Seminar is Sept. 23 to 26, and will be held at NEBB's Mid-Atlantic chapter in Conshohocken, Pa.

06/13/2013


NEBB's Sound and Vibration Certified Professional Seminar is for firms interested in achieving NEBB certification in sound and/or vibration measurement and other firms currently certified in sound and/or vibration seeking in-depth instruction in vibration measurement procedures should send individuals who will play a key role in the vibration measurement process within their firms. Those attending should be at the management level and can qualify as NEBB Certified Professionals in Sound and/or Vibration Measurement. The education/experience requirements include those established for Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing (TAB) firms, or firms engaged in sound and vibration measurement.

Additionally, those qualified Sound and/ or Vibration Certified Professionals who need to fulfill the practical vibration examination requirements have the option of attending the vibration portion of the seminar only and take the optional practical examination; or, take the practical examination only.

NEBB's Sound and Vibration Certified Professional Seminar is Sept. 23 to 26, 2013, and will be held at NEBB's Mid-Atlantic chapter in Conshohocken, Pa.

Download the seminar details for more information.



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