engine & compressor training
Register to learn how to maintain and operate your equipment to its full performance.
A well-trained staff, educated in the fundamental operation and maintenance of your compression and power generation equipment, is one of your best tools for improving performance, minimizing downtime, reducing your overall operating costs, and maintaining a safer operation. Cooper Machinery Services (Cooper) has created the Mazerole Training Center, a dedicated training facility located in Houston, Texas, for just this purpose. Mazerole Center is designed to educate customers, operators, and maintenance personnel in the specifications, operation, and routine servicing of their large-bore, integral and high-speed compression equipment.
With an average of 20 plus years of experience in the service, manufacturing, and design of equipment, our instructors are ready to meet your equipment training needs. They support the Mazerole Training Center from senior technical service or support roles where they are directly involved in the day-to-day activities surrounding the same equipment presented in the workshops. The combination of practical experience and a comprehensive theoretical understanding of the equipment enables them to deliver complex ideas in a constructive, positive way. From basic to advanced levels, they have the ability to convey ideas clearly and concisely to help keep you motivated and on track.
We offer open enrollment workshops that provide hands-on experience in a classroom setting at our facilities in Houston, Texas. In addition to the open enrollment workshops, the center provides custom on-site training. With so much content available, we can structure a customized curriculum to meet your needs.
Training packages include lectures, discussions, hands-on material, student handouts, and a certificate of completion.
Anthony “Tony” G. Mazerole was a legend of the gas compression industry. He began his career at Cooper-Bessemer in 1988 and served the industry with distinction for over 30 years. Tony honed his technical skills and developed customer relationships such that companies across the U.S. and around the world knew his name and sought his deep expertise for their most critical projects. Tony was always willing to share his knowledge to help others become successful, training and mentoring many of the compression industry’s top service technicians and mechanics. His legacy lives on today in their craftsmanship. Tony’s dedication to his company, co-workers, and customers earned him a special distinction as a legend at Cooper and in the industry he loved and served. Mazerole Center is dedicated to his honor.