BASED ON YOUR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
This is a 5-day hydraulic training course based entirely on the customer’s hydraulic equipment schematics. This training course is provided to a single customer’ maintenance staff, only – no outside enrollment accepted. All aspects of the training are planned to teach necessary fundamentals and principles, hydraulic valves, hydraulic circuits, pump systems, equipment set-up procedures, maintenance standards, schematic reading and interpretation and the resolution of equipment problems that are specific to your hydraulic equipment. AMT will, as needed, design lab exercises to simulate hydraulic circuits that are used on our customer’s hydraulic systems. Students will work with copies of their hydraulic operating equipment schematics and they will learn to ‘read’ and properly interpret their schematics.
• 32 hours of solidly focused, high intensity training on your hydraulic equipment.
• 7 hydraulic test stands/hydraulic trainers at AMT’s Industrial Technology Training Center (ITTC), in Bethlehem, PA for hands-on lab exercises and hydraulic circuit set-up exercises.
• High quality lodging close to the school – shuttle can be scheduled for the week and includes round trip to the school and to the airport – AMT has a special rate for our students.
• Up to 12 students
2022 available dates – contact Jim (email@example.com or 610-704-2577) for date availability and seminar cost.
Cost will include all training materials, printed copies of customer schematics to reference during seminar, daily lunch, and morning and afternoon refreshments. Payment terms will be discussed during seminar planning conversation(s).
Our pledge for everything we do and all of our courses: Students that successfully complete our training courses will return to their work place with real skills that they can use and their company needs. We hope you and your company will compare before you choose where you go for training. Compare the instructor staff. Compare the training equipment. Compare the training environment in and out of the classroom. Who can best provide you with the information you need to do your job?