Agricultural Dealerships take advantage of Kramp Academy

02.11.12

Sprayer.jpg Staff from a number of agricultural machinery dealerships across the country attended the launch of the Kramp Academy at the Royal Agricultural College (RAC) in October.

A concept created by Kramp, the agricultural parts distributor, Kramp Academy offers customers training in subjects that are not traditionally covered by other training providers. Each Kramp Academy course is tailored to improve skills and knowledge and therefore increase a business’s effectiveness.

Based over two days at the Rural Skills Centre, Kramp Academy began with training in PTO parts identification. A course dedicated to identifying hydraulic fittings, hoses and swaging followed. The full prospectus also contains training on Retail and Merchandising training, Sprayers and Nozzle Identification and Diagnostics on 2 Stroke and 4 stroke engines.

Kramp Academy courses are located at the Kramp Sales and Distribution Centre in Biggleswade, the Royal Agricultural College in Cirencester and Oatridge College near Edinburgh. Each Kramp Academy Centre has dedicated training facilities enabling Kramp to offer the best training for their customers.

Richard Kendrick, Local Marketing Manager for Kramp UK, said "We have been delighted with the popularity of Kramp Academy. Our PTO parts identification and hydraulics courses have been extremely successful and we would like to thank James Foster and his team at the RAC for their assistance in making this happen."

Kramp customers can sign up for courses online through the Kramp web shop. If you are an agricultural dealership and would like to find out how to become a Kramp customer please call 01767 602602