This seminar provides attendees with a real and working practical knowledge of various balancing applications, including vector diagrams, single plane, two plane, and static couple separation procedures. and most important of all, “hands on”, “performance based” class exercises. These class exercises use “working” and “dynamically running” demonstrators. System measurements are performed in the classroom and provide technicians with an immediate feedback on the application and results of techniques applied. These hands-on exercises comprise approximately 50% of the class. Throughout the class, balancing tips and tricks are explained that will enable attendees to achieve the precision tolerances desired in a shorter period of time. Session attendees will have an improved awareness regarding the relationship to asset reliability improvement, management communication of related issues and a comprehensive approach to balancing. Maintenance Technicians will find the seminar informative, and loaded with practical tips.