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BPMA COURSES
WHO ARE WE?
The British Pump Manufacturers' Association Ltd (BPMA) is a trade association representing the interests of UK and Irish suppliers of liquid pumps and pumping equipment.
WHAT IS E-LEARNING AND HOW WILL IT HELP ME PROGRESS MY CAREER?
We offer two world-class e-Learning courses that can be taken individually or if taken alongside other BPMA training that will help raise the knowledge and awareness of students on the technical issues of pumping.
  • Introduction to Pumping Technology: £180.00 Plus vat-
    Member Price £150.00 Plus Vat
  • Essentials of Pumping Technology: £600.00 Plus vat -
    Member Price £500.00 Plus Vat



    Now with CPD Accreditation
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These courses, approved by Ofqual, the regulator of qualifications, examinations and assessments, are accredited and quality controlled by the National Open College Network (NOCN)

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They are offered in accordance with the UK Qualifications and Credit Framework (RQF).
An NOCN certificate will be awarded upon successful course completion.
The certificate only records a pass. Therefore, the BPMA issues an additional certificate that will show the grading of Pass, Credit or Distinction
LEARN MORE ABOUT QUALIFICATIONS
Introduction to Pumping Technology Level Two (RQF)
This provides standardised terminology and a very basic approach to the various pump types. It is targetted at all employees who need to know the language of the pump industry.
CLICK HERE FOR COURSE DETAILS
Essentials of Pumping Technology Level Four (RQF)
For those students who have day-to-day involvement with pumps and pumping systems, this course aims to provide the knowledge needed to cover normal situations. Likely candidates are all personnel who manage or are involved in designing, specifying, sourcing, installing, servicing and maintaining pumping equipment.
CLICK HERE FOR COURSE DETAILS
  • Both courses use the metric system of measurement and internationally recognised terminology.
  • The coverage is comprehensive
  • It is not intended to cover in-depth specialist subjects such as impeller design, stress analysis etc.
I have found this course to be helpful in my role as a Design engineer. I would recommend it to anyone just starting in the pump industry. A very Well organized and structured course with short crisp material
Client: Yazi Vummiti | 2019-09-03

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We by default offer all staff members an opportunity to attend the "Introduction to Pumping Technology" training course, and then depending on their role encourage them to attend the "Essentials" course. They provide a very good level of understanding in pump theory.
 
In today's society, many employees are more familiar with electronic communication than EVER before. People are no longer inhibited by skype/zoom/teams and electronic learning platforms. e-learning has really found its era.

The BPMA e-learning modules help pumping associates from beginners-through-experts to (1) learn about technology themselves, (2) support in-house staff with development material without compromising their own resources, and (3) point pump users/specifiers in the direction of IMPARTIAL guidance.

Value for money... 10/10!!

I would recommend the:
"Introduction to pumping technology" course for every employee directly associated with the pumping industry, and
"Essentials" course" for every pump application engineer, sales engineer, and back-office support engineer...
 
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