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This page is dedicated to busy plant maintenance managers with better things to do than read websites.  

 

 


Let's get right to the point. We've come up with four easy no-risk ways for you to try our PLC Boot Camp training:

(1) Sit in on a class - for free. As a "decision maker" you're always welcome to drop in any time - and stay as long as you like.

(2) Send your first student "on approval" with no paperwork up front. Send anyone you like but we recommend someone who's already been to our competitors' classes. We love head-to-head comparisons. We won't even bill you for Student #1 - until you decide to send us more.

(3) Ask for a free onsite demonstration lesson - with a few of your "top gun" technicians as sample students. Give us just ten minutes of your time to prove how effective "minds-on" PLC training can be.

(4) Count on a 100% money-back guarantee that you'll be satisfied with all of the training we provide. Every student. Every time. Period.


When you're ready to talk just pick up the phone and dial the number below. You won't get an automated answering machine and you won't get a "hard sell" either. Just straight answers to your questions.

Want some more information before you call? Read the Comments from Students on our website. Browse through the Comments that members have posted on various public PLC forums. Our website is full of details on why our PLC Boot Camp classes are so effective even where other training methods fail. A few quick examples: No PowerPoint slide shows. No boring lectures. Instead our "Problem/Solution" training method keeps each student actively engaged in learning the material.


I've given you four easy no-risk ways to prove that this is exactly the PLC training that your "learn-by-doing" technicians need. This is different. This is better. This is effective.

So give me call. Let's just talk for a few minutes.

Ron Beaufort

843-437-1883
ronbeaufort@gmail.com


Copyright - R.H.Beaufort - Charleston, SC Updated: May 20, 2008

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