GOMACO University Announces 2010 Course Schedule

Fri December 18, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

GOMACO University students get a hands-on learning opportunity with a GOMACO GHP-2800 paver during the shop portion of the paver class.
GOMACO University students get a hands-on learning opportunity with a GOMACO GHP-2800 paver during the shop portion of the paver class.

GOMACO University in Ida Grove, Iowa, has announced its 2010 course schedule. Classes begin the first week of January and run through April. Each week focuses on a specific piece of GOMACO equipment and the three-day or four-day class covers everything from machine set-up to troubleshooting in both classroom lectures and actual hands-on shop time.

The 2010 schedule is listed below:

GT-3400

Jan. 5 to 7: A three-day course covering the controls, setup and operation, maintenance and advanced diagnostics.

GT-3600

Jan. 11 to 14, Jan. 18 to 21 or March 15 to 18: A four-day course covering the controls, setup and operation, maintenance and advanced diagnostics.

Three-Track GT-6300

March 8 to 11: A four-day course covering the controls, setup and operation, maintenance and advanced diagnostics.

Three-Track Commander III

Feb. 22 to 25 or March 1 to 4: A four-day course covering the controls, setup and operation, maintenance and advanced diagnostics of the three-track machine.

Four-Track Commander III & GT-6300

Feb. 8 to 11: A four-day course covering the controls, setup and operation, maintenance and advanced diagnostics of the four-track machine.

Trimmers

Jan. 26 to 28: A three-day course covering the controls, setup and operation, maintenance and advanced diagnostics.

Two-Track and Four-Track Pavers

Feb. 1 to 4, Feb. 15 to 18, March 22 to 25 or March 29 to April 1: A four-day course covering the controls, setup and operation, paving to profilograph specifications, maintenance and advanced diagnostics.

GOMACO University was founded in the early 1970s and has taught more than 15,000 students from around the world the skills needed to successfully operate GOMACO’s line of concrete construction equipment.

For more information, visit www.gomaco.com/university.