Paulson Offers Virtual ProMolder Seminars
Paulson Plastics Academy seminars are switching to a virtual live streaming format using Zoom video conferencing.
In a bid to “continue minimizing disruption in learning for our customers,” Paulson Training Programs Inc. (Chester, Conn.) is transitioning its in-person Paulson Plastics Academy seminars to a virtual live streaming format using Zoom video conferencing.
Paulson also announced that it will incorporate its web-based injection molding machine simulator—SimTech—into each of the live-streaming ProMolder classes. In a statement, the company said, “You’ll gain the fundamentals and advanced strategies to become a skilled plastics processor all from the safety of your particular environment, and still feel connected.”
This move applies to these upcoming events:
April 20-23, 2020
May 4-8, 2020
May 18-21, 2020
Paulson noted that participants will only need a computer with internet access to participate. Students without a built in or external camera on their computer, can still call into the seminar with their phone and use their computer to share the instructor’s screen.
Paulson Training’s virtual seminars will also include the use of its SimTech injection molding simulation tool.
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