Online Packaging Machinery Training Optimizes Employee Onboarding-1

Optimize your onboard

OEM training is essential for the installation of new equipment, helping your team to quickly dial-in recipes, troubleshoot issues, and become confident machinery operators. However, traditional in-person training has limitations. Over time, the benefits of such training diminish as operators move on to other opportunities.
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Train to maintain

Facilities need an efficient way to onboard new team members while also ensuring that they maintain their knowledge, proficiency, and all good habits in terms of safety. After all, machinery operators serve as your first line of defense against any drops in Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and bag quality.
Online Packaging Machinery Training Is Flexible for Busy Personnel

Flexible digital learning

Operators conveniently access digital training materials, learn at their own pace, and fit it around their busy schedules. No matter where they are or when they join, everyone receives the same high-quality training, ensuring that proficiency levels are maintained, and knowledge gaps are minimized.

Why PackPro Learning Hub?

Improve Your OEE

Ensure operators consistently implement OEE improvement processes that solidify your competitive edge.

Operate Safely

Instill proper safety and maintenance habits and boost your production efficiency by mitigating the risk of incidents.

Streamline Onboarding

Enable consistent and standardized training across your entire team that serves as a resource if issues arise.

Enhance Quality

Well-trained operators produce consistent and high-quality packaging, enhancing your reputation and customer satisfaction.

Retain Top Talent

Equip your team with top-notch skills and inspire operators to continue to grow within your organization.

Maintain Knowledge

Help operators maintain knowledge and proficiency, or close skill gaps with access to Rovema's learning curriculum.

PackPro Beginner

$120 per month

Access Rovema's digital e-learning platform and our repository of packaging courses.

PackPro Business

$1000 per year

Access Rovema's digital e-learning platform and our repository of packaging courses with our annual membership.

Access current and upcoming e-learning courses
Request reports on demand
Become a Rovema Certified Packaging Professional (Reduced)

PackPro Learning Hub Courses

These learning packages are available to be added to your team's e-learning platform. We work with you directly to make a list of the modules applicable to your packaging line and packaging machine.

Introduction to the machine


  1. General machine safety
  2. Daily routine
  3. Basics of HMI operation



  1. General machine safety
  2. How to perform a proper stop

How to make a bag (Part 1)


  1. Working principle of a VFFS machine, components of a vertical machine, film carriage, forming shoulder and tube, draw down belts, sealing tools, etc.
  2. Sealing principle and sealing tools, horizontal and vertical and additional functions (cooling device, air expellers, etc.), different versions of sealing tools
  3. Additional equipment for various bag styles, i.e. gusseting device, format set types, tape detection, print registration, tracking, coding and labelling

How to make a bag (Part 2)


  1. Working principle of an auger feeder, components of an auger feeder, infeed, level control, stirrer, hopper
  2. Dosing screw, additional equipment for an auger feeder, auger change, closure systems, variants of screws (powder retention system)
  3. Influence of components and settings on the dosing accuracy, weighing and tendency control

Structure and functions of a BVC machine (Part 1)


  1. Machine components of a ROVEMA BVC 260, working principle
  2. Machine assembly groups, optional functions, set values (mech. and elect.)
  3. Machine HMI Rockwell menu structure, settings, recipe management, and impact of key parameters
  4. Format change, reel change, film path, change of bag style (pillow-gusseting bag)

Structure and functions of a BVC machine (Part 2)


  1. Daily routines
  2. Machine cleaning parts with product contact, machine components
  3. Inspection of machine and parts, cutting knife, sealing tools, format change, change of bag style (pillow-gusseting bag), deflection rollers, bearings
  4. Inspection and cleaning of an auger feeder
  5. Maintenance work at the BVC, lubrication of all moving parts, maintenance intervals, common maintenance work on the BVC

Production protection


  1. Shelf life extension through product gassing, general information about gassing and gases 
  2. Gassing system principle, powder filling and gassing, inline analyzing system

Bag quality


  1. Weight control and correction with a check weigher, tendency control principle and settings
  2. Quality inspection of the bag

Troubleshooting VFFS


  1. Errors in packs of bags and their cause, bag wrinkling, cutting issues, leakages, gusset misalignment, package misalignments
  2. Malfunctions of the BVC and possible causes, how to find the cause, structured troubleshooting procedure
Packaging Machinery Training Ensures You Maximize Your Machine

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