This series provides a combination of lecture and hands-on learning using custom built trainers.These courses provide the foundational skills needed to help existing maintenance techniciansexpand their skills. It’s also a good opportunity for individuals who want to develop into maintenance technicians.
Technical Diagrams, Dec. 19 and Dec. 20: This session will provide a guide to learning technical diagrams. Electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic drawing, diagrams and schematics are included.
Mechanical Systems, Jan. 23-25: This three-day training seminar is a common sense guide to learning mechanical systems and power transmission.
Electrical Fundamentals, Feb. 20-22: This three-day seminar is a common sense guide to learning electrical principles and troubleshooting.
Electro-Pneumatics, March 19-22: A study of fundamental principles of fluid power systems. The student will become familiar with various pneumatic components and their function with hands on labs.
Motor Controls, April 16-18: This three-day training session focuses on motor control and relay logic.
Variable Frequency Drives, May 8 and May 9: This two-day course gives maintenance technicians, engineers and specifiers insights into VFD theory, operation and installation.
Logix 500 PLC, June 4-6: This three-day session is intended to provide generic background theory, applications information and programming practices.
The registration fee includes interactive instruction, printed materials, certificates of completion and breaks. Seating is limited so early registration is encouraged.