Richmond, VA (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
VibrAlign, Inc. recognizes that technical training is a critical link in the effort to train the next generation of manufacturing workers, especially given the greater knowledge requirements brought about by technology, as well as the need to replace retiring members of our currently aging industrial workforce.
Precision alignment of rotating shafts, while just one small part of machinery maintenance, is nevertheless critical to keeping machinery operating. VibrAlign, U.S. distributor of Fixturlaser alignment systems, has therefore created the Realigning America Scholarship program. Every quarter VibrAlign will award two $500 scholarships to the students who submit the best essays on their alignment training experience and the importance of properly aligned machinery.
In addition to scholarships for students, the Realigning America Scholarship program offers equipment and knowledge to schools and educators.
According to David Zdrojewski, CEO of VibrAlign, “We know that half of all the mechanics performing alignments have never received training. Our experience constantly shows that alignment training can pay huge dividends in alignments performed quicker and more accurately. Not only do we provide professional alignment training, we support institutions that train alignment. It’s our way of giving back.”
Educators and students can learn more about the Realigning America Scholarship program by going to http://www.VibrAlign.com/training/AlignmentEDU.
VibrAlign is celebrating its 30th year, having started in 1983 as a vibration and alignment service organization and later became a distributor of equipment which, appropriately, equipped our team to better serve. VibrAlign is America’s exclusive distributor of Fixturlaser® – the manufacturer of the only touch screen tool available with 3D animation and sensor safeguard against sunlight. For thirty years now, VibrAlign has been growing across the country. Today VibrAlign operates out of local offices in every major region of the United States.