Online Training Program for Data Logging Measurement System

Reading Thermal has released an online training program for users of the SCORPION 2 Data Logging Measurement System.

The online training program provides unlimited access to a library of 11 training modules, each complete with an audio/video component, diagrams, and visual reference handouts. Valuable supporting documents are provided to help users through specific profiling challenges.

“Commercial bakers love what the SCORPION can do for them, but they had a need for 24/7 access to training materials and instructions. They needed an efficient way to train new users and an easy way for trained users to access material in the field to refresh their SCORPION skills,” said Richard Starke, director of Reading Thermal.

The training modules cover all aspects of the SCORPION 2 hardware and software components, integrating real process examples throughout.

This program helps the attendees to:

  • Easily train new employees;
  • Conduct training on schedule, and refer back to training information as often as necessary;
  • Focus on specific areas of interest;
  • Cross‐train less technical employees to collect and analyze data. The SCORPION 2 Profiling System is a robust tool that measures and analyzes the four key baking parameters: temperature, airflow, heat flux and humidity, providing bakers with the information they need to identify and resolve baking, drying and cooling problems.

You might also like

Newsletter

Subscribe to our FREE NEWSLETTER and stay updated SUBSCRIBE

Privacy Preference Center

Strictly Necessary

These cookies are essential for websites built on Wordpress to perform their basic functions. These include those required to allow registered users to authenticate and perform account related functions.

wordpress_test_cookie, wordpress_{hash}, wordpress_logged_in_{hash}, wp-settings-{user_id}, wp_sharing_{id},gdpr[allowed_cookies],gdpr[consent_types]
_unam, _ga, _gid
OAID
__cfduid

Close your account?

Your account will be closed and all data will be permanently deleted and cannot be recovered. Are you sure?