We have spaces available next week (23/08/2021) for GWO Basic Technical Training at our Sunderland centre
Written by: Jonathon Burgess from Advanced Blade Repair Services
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Course Overview

The GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) combined course is an entry level course that enables delegates to perform basic electrical, mechanical and hydraulic tasks in a wind turbine environment under the supervision of an experienced technician.

Course Objectives

Delegates completing this GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) combined course will be able to;

Electrical

-Explain the basics of electricity

-Explain risks and hazards associated with electrical work

-Explain the function and symbol of electrical components

-Explain the function of different types of sensors

-Explain and interpret a simple electrical diagram and demonstrate how to assembly it on a circuit -Demonstrate how to make correct and safe measurements

Mechanical

-Explain the main components, mechanical systems and the basic operation of wind turbines

-Explain risks and hazards associated with mechanics

-Understand the principles of bolted and welded connections and their inspection

-Demonstrate practical skills to use manual tightening and measuring tools.

-Demonstrate the correct use of hydraulic torque and tensioning tools

-Explain the principles of a gearbox

-Explain the function of the brake systems and demonstrate how to inspect them

-Explain the function of the yaw system and explain how to inspect it

-Explain the function of the cooling system and demonstrate how to inspect it

-Explain the function of the lubrication system and demonstrate how to inspect it

Hydraulics

-Explain the basics of hydraulics

-Explain risks and hazards associated with hydraulic work

-Explain the function of different types of pumps and demonstrate how to check start/stop pressure of a pump

-Explain the function of different types of actuators

-Explain the function of different types of valves

-Explain the function of accumulators and demonstrate how to check and precharge them

-Explain the function of different types of sensors Identify the components which transfer the oil

-Describe the handling of oil procedures -Identify and find different components on a hydraulic diagram

-Demonstrate how to measure the hydraulic pressure accurately

Address: Advanced Blade Repair Services, 6B Rivergreen, Pallion, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR4 6AD

Contact number: 0191 704 2011 Email: training@advancedbladerepairservices




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