The ACE Programme

Vital equipment such as valve actuators needs to be maintained in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations, and large end-users are increasingly insisting that this important component of asset management should not be left to untrained staff.

AUMA’s ACE (AUMA Certified Engineering) programme is a three-level certificated training programme for service technicians working on AUMA actuators.

ACE Level 1 has been designed to cover the required skills for correct mounting, commissioning and testing of AUMA equipment, for example within valve manufacturing companies.

ACE Levels 2 and 3 are both for staff working on site, who may also need to undertake fault finding and corrective actions, with additional modules on top of those covered by Level 1 to enhance and deepen knowledge.

All ACE technicians at Level 2 or 3 are card-carrying, backed up with a registration that must be regularly renewed.

Please note: An ACE Accreditation is proof that the technician has successfully completed the relevant ACE training course. AUMA Actuators Ltd does not warrant or otherwise underwrite the work of a non-AUMA employed ACE Technician. 

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The ACE Programme

The 3-tier ACE Programme allows technicians, installers and maintenance engineers to prove their competence with AUMA Actuators, controls and gearboxes, and integration of AUMA equipment into wider control systems. Click below to find out more about ACE and where you fit in.