Newly Revised Certification Tests International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) Releases Newly Revised Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic, Mobile Hydraulic Technician, and Connector and Conductor Certification Tests
CHERRY HILL, N.J., Jan. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) has released newly revised Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic (MHM), Mobile Hydraulic Technician (MHT), and Connector and Conductor (CC) Certification Tests including new study manuals for each certification. Certification requires successful completion of a three-hour written and a three-hour job performance (hands-on) test. IFPS Members may download complimentary study manuals; non-members may purchase the manuals.
"The IFPS strives to keep pace with changing fluid power and motion control technologies; panels of subject matter experts have been hard at work revising these certifications," said Mark Perry, CFPS, IFPS president. "Many companies and individuals have spent countless hours researching and re-constructing these certifications to contain the most complete coverage of technologies relevant to the fluid power industry."
The International Fluid Power Society is the only organization that provides comprehensive technical certification offerings for all professionals in the fluid power and motion control industry. Beginning with the first Fluid Power Hydraulic Specialist certification in 1980, the IFPS has become the recognized industry leader in fluid power and motion control certifications. Twenty-three (23) different certifications are currently offered. These certifications cover diverse job descriptions within the industry including mechanic, technician, specialist, and engineer. The IFPS has over 10,000 active certifications throughout the United States and in many countries around the world. Visit www.ifps.org for further information.
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