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AGR Manchester Opens New Training Facilities

June 24, 2009
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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - AGR Field Operations Manchester announces that it is now able to run both time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD) and phased array theoretical training, using a number of established and recognized training organizations throughout the world. These courses can offer, if required, certification to PCN, CSWIP and EN473, ISO9712.

AGR also can offer product familiarization courses to new and existing clients. These courses take the client step-by-step through the software and hardware. This will enable the client, along with the theoretical training offered (separately), to use equipment out in the field to its full potential.

Jackie Berry, sales manager, reports, "This is now the final piece in the jigsaw of being able to offer the 'One Stop Shop' to our existing and new clients. Being in response to demand, I'm sure that it will be warmly welcomed by everyone."

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