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Training Courses

Professional Training

We offer a comprehensive range of intermediate and advanced level maintenance courses for all of our major product lines.

The course content is tailored to the needs and experience of those attending, based on a training needs analysis conducted prior to the course agenda being assembled.

The courses are held either at our UK headquarters or at your premises, utilising your own Oxford Instruments systems.

Key Benefits of Training

Provide new and existing users with the knowledge required to undertake basic maintenance and fault diagnosis maximising system uptime and increasing self-sufficiency.

Assists news users to rapidly come up to speed on the correct use of the tool software, minimising the risk to the equipment


All Training Courses

Course Target Level Basic Training Courses Intermediate Level Courses Advanced Level Courses Standalone Trainign Modules 
Course Title New User Equipment Maintenance Advanced (PM Training) Handler Process
System Type All platforms PC4500/PTIQ based All platforms All platforms All platforms All platforms All platforms
Places per session* 3 6 3 6 6 6
Duration 2 days 3 to 4 days 3 to 4 days Up to 14 days system dependant 1 day 3 days
Location Plasma Technology HQ, Customer Site or Remote Training Customer Site Plasma Technology HQ Customer Site Plasma Technology HQ Customer Site
Suitable For New system users unfamiliar with the software or Process Engineers requiring a working system knowledge. Equipment Engineers looking to explore the and understand the various system components, PLC and interlock scheme of their own systems. Maintenance training using the Plaspro100 training system to explore system components, software and practice fault tracing skills. Experienced equipment engineers wishing to learn all aspects of system maintenance to bring the function in-house. Full instruction on individual system. PM includes PM kit. Equipment Engineers looking to re‑teach the robot, configure tool handling and complete a wafer size change. Process Engineers looking to better understand the various processes including process optimisation and analysis.

*We will maintain social distancing following the government guidelines.

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