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Commissioning Engineers & Managers Wanted! – Enter to WIN a LED LENSER M14 ($160 value)


Win a LED LENSER M14 – I need your help!

Hello my friends!

I am excited to announce something important to both you and me.

You see, right now while you are reading this, I am in the middle of creating the most in-depth training about pre-commissioning, commissioning, start-up and trouble shooting of industrial plants.

I got quite a few requests to pepper this training with flavors such as motivation, leadership, communication, team building and personal growth. That is why I promise to deliver the most amazing and practical commissioning training you have ever seen.

In other words you can take this information to the bank and mine it on, over and over again, plus – save time, and avoid the costly mistakes I did in my 20-year commissioning career.

And to accomplish all this, I will need your help…

I am holding a cool contest till October 09, 2011 to help me create & deliver the best training on the market for YOU.


One person will receive the prize: a LED LENSER M14 ($160 value)


The question I want you to answer (which qualifies for the prize) is this:

*** In which format would you like to receive my training? ***

  1. Online training with checklists, videos, MP3s, PDFs, transcripts, mindmaps (paid once for the whole package; immediate access to the complete training material)
  2. Online training with checklists, videos, MP3s, PDFs, transcripts, mindmaps (paid monthly; weekly lessons)
  3. CD / DVD with checklists, videos, MP3s, PDFs, transcripts, mindmaps
  4. Live training seminar

*** Please share your feedback in the comments section below or send me an email. ***

This is the only way to get automatically entered into our competition; the winner will be announced on my blog on October 10, 2011.

Stay tuned!

Thomas Stuenkel

Update October 10, 2011
It was so great to get so much feedback from all of you! 🙂 Thank you very much!
I got 40 x feedback by email and 24 x feedback via blog comments.
And here is he … the winner of the LED LENSER M14 ($160 value):
Ettore Pulieri from Italy
Congratulations, Ettore! I will send the LED LENSER M14 to you this week.
Thomas Stuenkel

Leave a Comment

  • Pahlevi_m September 27, 2011, 8:27 am

    I prefer no. 1, because it will easy to get training package once at the time. If the trainee have questions, you will ready with good answer with quick response.

    Good luck, thanks. 

  • Asgari_ha September 27, 2011, 9:34 am

    I prefer no. 3. We can use information stored on CD/DVD regardless of having or not having access to the web and the speed of the internet for downloading the related files.


    Hamid Asgari

  • Earl September 27, 2011, 9:53 am

    No: 1 is the best of both worlds, since each person has different preference in learning, Kinetic, Audio, Visual or even combination of each.. excercises on each module or levels would be great on various industries, Mining, Oil & Gas, Power..etc 

  • Eduardo_vacaro September 27, 2011, 10:12 am

    It amazing technique you want , It easy to  learn and live hook-up to the participants while in seeing CD/DVD,videos, MP3s, PDFs, transcripts, and mindmaps.
    and other likes.

  • Abrimm September 27, 2011, 11:05 am

    Vote for #1 which consist of all training segment in a total package where can be access anytime and with quick information and answers.

  • Edwin_lagundino September 27, 2011, 11:12 am

    Online training with checklists, videos,MP3s, PDFs, transcripts, mindmaps (paid oncefor the whole package; immediate access tothe complete training material)

  • Iansmitian September 27, 2011, 11:20 am


  • Farzad September 27, 2011, 11:36 am

    I prefer  no.3 because  you will have the highest felexibility.

    Best wishes 

  • Ramdeom September 27, 2011, 12:00 pm

    # 1 provided the price is affordable

  • Jeyaprakash September 27, 2011, 2:32 pm

    I will go for number 3.It’s better to have hard copy in hand sometime.

  • Dan Anghelea September 27, 2011, 5:08 pm

    Hi Thomas,

    As usual,an interesting and very useful action from you.
    From my point of view, I prefer the format #3 (it will provide the highest accessibility and flexibility).
    Thanks and good luck in your activity.

    Best regards,

  • Frank Spillman September 27, 2011, 5:37 pm

    I would prefer #4, to make it easier to have questions and have a two way discussion.

  • Cosmos September 27, 2011, 6:56 pm

    I prefer #3 since it will make one focus and very accessible.

  • Pravinbhai Prajapati September 27, 2011, 7:07 pm

    I will go for number 3 but It’s better to have hard copy in hand sometime to have quick information .
    Pravinbhai Prajapati

  • Sry_christ September 28, 2011, 5:04 am

    Dear Mr. Thomas,

    this case is related to marketing techniques that can facilitate and
    provide relief to the students to learn and understand in terms of
    reality with ease in his technique. Because
    learning is given to the application of field performance for the
    projects to be and soon or even in progress, so we should really give
    the effect of convenience and service that provides its own value in the
    process of administration and learning package, which in this case if
    the learning process takes place on
    a monthly basis the application of science is less so effective that it
    allows students to practice otherwise overwhelmed in value if applied
    in a weekly then the result will be more effective and efficient so that
    the students get lessons in detail and can be recalled so that the
    value in terms of practical field work more satisfying.

    so based on your question I tailor my answer to option number 2 which are:
    2. Online training with checklists, videos,
    MP3s, PDFs, Transcripts, mindmaps (paid
    monthly; weekly lessons)
    hopefully what he aspired to be achieved to create an active and
    professional staff and dedicated in the development of technology.


    Surya Christ
    Mechanical Commissioning/HVAC Supervise

  • Steve September 28, 2011, 7:01 pm

    #1 is good.

  • Pekihariyanto September 29, 2011, 12:36 am

    I would prefer No.3 as easy for self training, when I needed just play it.

    Peki Hariyanto

  • Yousif Omer September 29, 2011, 2:25 pm

    I would choose #2. I think its bettet to have short lessons for a longer period of time done on continuous basis. First its much easier then to digest and second you will have the time to apply what you’ve learnt. Questions could therefore be asked in the next session.

  • John Pietersz September 30, 2011, 10:05 am

    Option 4, To Initiate the conversation and share the lessons learned.

  • Anonymous October 2, 2011, 5:43 am

    Number 2.

    If this allows a “pick and choose” format, it’s better than buying number 1 and paying for stuff one may not want.
    3, if it can be down loaded rather than sent by mail, would work, so that it would not get out of date, and so that it is instantaneous.

  • Cdiwakaran October 3, 2011, 8:58 am

    CD / DVD with checklists, videos, MP3s, PDFs, transcripts, mindmaps

  • Mike October 3, 2011, 1:03 pm

    I would prefer option #1.

  • Don Brenneman October 5, 2011, 7:37 am

    From my experience in remote oilfield locations, I like the CD/DVD options since Internet availability is often poor in remote locations.  For certain, I would recommend Live Training for anyone in the serious business of commissioning. Having the CDs available enable not only training the commissioning engineer, but can make the stakeholders aware of the serious and critical nature of the commissioning process.

  • Radoshka October 8, 2011, 7:20 pm

    I will go for No# 2

  • hazem September 28, 2014, 12:07 pm

    Hi Thomas,

    i like option three its more convenient to me. i wish you best in your activities