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See how asset utilization can impact your bottom-line.

Save money, time and other resources through better use of your company’s assets. Download IFPS’s FREE white paper "Asset Utilization: The key to a more efficient operation" and learn how to:

  • Lower repair costs and reduce parts inventory
  • Reduce downtime
  • Improve reliability
  • Increase job performance
  • Improve safety

The main focus of IFPS is to provide certifications and training for those who work with hydraulics and pneumatics. Today, 15 different certifications are available for all job descriptions including mechanics, technicians, design engineers and other specialists.

IFPS supports utility companies and municipalities worldwide by offering training and third party assessments of an employee’s knowledge and proficiency.

For more information about how we can help your company, contact Jeff Morrow at jmorrow@ifps.org or call 800-308-6005 x110.

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“Ameren finds value in the IFPS hydraulic certification program. Having a nationally recognized certification for our mechanics is important to us. Of all the training courses we offer through third party vendors, the hydraulic classes are some of the best and most rigorous. We know a well-trained, certified technician results in better retention, improved safety, lower costs and lower vehicle downtime.”

—Dan Remmert / Manager Fleet Services / Ameren Illinois



04/04/17
2017 Annual Meeting / Training / Upcoming Events
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06/02/17
Math For Certification - 2nd Edition
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06/02/17
HS and PS Certification Updates
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06/20/17
June 19th - Fluid Power Professionals' Day
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06/23/17
Important Information for Engineer and System Designer Certifications



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