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Gwo btt gap training – enercon

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The aim of this GWO BTT Merit training is to cover the gap between the BTT and Enercon training thus enabling the delegate to obtain a full BTT by Merit and ensure the Delegates have the knowledge and skills to carry out basic mechanical tasks (supervised by an experienced technician), using safe working procedures and the correct PPE as for the BTT.

If you wish to book more than a single seat on a course in Germany, please contact Maersk Training in Esbjerg at Esbjerg@maersktraining.com Course Fee in Esbjerg
  • GWO WINDA registration fee not included in price.
  • Full day courses include breakfast and lunch.
  • Half day courses include either breakfast or lunch.
  • All courses include water, tea, coffee and basic refreshments during the course duration.
Course Fee in UK
  • GWO WINDA registration fee included in price.
  • Full day courses includes lunch.
  • Half day courses do not include lunch.
  • All courses include water, tea, coffee and basic refreshments during the course duration.
 



Course Content GWO BTT Mechanical Lesson 4, 5, 7, 10, 11:
  • The principle of bolted and welded connections
  • Use of manual tightening and measuring tools
  • Gearbox
  • Cooling system
  • Lubrication system
  • GWO BTT Electrical Lesson 6:
    • Electrical Circuits
    GWO BTT Hydraulic Module:
    • Hydraulic introduction
    • Hydraulic Safety
    • Pumps
    • Actuators
    • Valves
    • Accumulators
    • Sensors
    • Pipes, hoses and connections
    • Oil and filters
    • Hydraulic Diagrams
Admission Requirements A valid Enercon certificate Duration 2 days

Course Objectives GWO BTT Gap Training for Enercon shall ensure Delegates are able to:
  1. Explain the location of important bolted and welded connections.
  2. Explain how to visually inspect a welded connection.
  3. Demonstrate how to select and use the correct manual tightening tools
  4. Demonstrate how to use feeler gauges.
  5. Demonstrate how to use a caliper
  6. Demonstrate how to use a dial gauge
  7. Explain the function and operating principles of the gearbox.
  8. Explain how to check hoses and seals and explain the importance of the right oil level.
  9. Explain which components in a WTG have to be cooled and why
  10. Explain which components in a WTG have to be lubricated and why
  11. Demonstrate how to perform the visual inspection of the cooling system.
  12. Demonstrate how to assemble a simple electric circuit
  13. Explain the function and principles of a basic hydraulic system
  14. Explain hydraulic power transmission/Pascal’s Law
  15. Explain the importance of Hydraulic Safety
  16. Explain the risks and hazards of high pressure in hydraulic systems
  17. Explain the risks and hazards of stored energy in hydraulic systems
  18. Identify Safety Signs
  19. Explain the risks and hazards of oil in hydraulic systems and SDS20.
  20. Demonstrate how to choose and inspect the required PPE for working with hydraulics
  21. Explain the importance of proper isolation when working with hydraulics
  22. Explain the function of pumps, how to identify them on a diagram and examples of how they can be operated
  23. Demonstrate how to check the start and stop pressure of a pump following the instructionsa better learning experienceClassified as Internal
  24. Explain the function of Actuators and how to identify them on a diagram
  25. Explain the function of valves
  26. Explain the function of different types of directional control valves, describe their principle of operation and how to identify them on a diagram.
  27. Explain the function of the pressure relief valve, how to identify it on a diagram and demonstrate how to adjust it.
  28. Explain the function of the pressure reduction valve and how to identify it on a diagram.
  29. Explain the function of the needle valve, how to identify it on a diagram and demonstrate how to use it to depressurize a system.
  30. Explain the function of different types of non-return valve and how to identify them on a diagram.
  31. Explain the function of the throttle valve and how to identify it on a diagram.
  32. Explain the function of the restrictor valve and how to identify it on a diagram.
  33. Explain the function of the different accumulators and how to identify them on a diagram.
  34. Demonstrate how to check the pre-charge pressure and refill the accumulator.
  35. Explain the function of sensors.
  36. Explain the function of a pressure sensor and how to identify them on a diagram.
  37. Explain the function and inspection of the components which transfer the oil and how to identify them on a diagram.
  38. Explain how to use different fittings to make a hydraulic connection and how to identify them on a diagram.
  39. Describe the basic handling of oil procedures.
  40. Explain the importance of a proper oil sample.
  41. Demonstrate how to check oil level.
  42. Explain the function of filters, how to identify them on a diagram and their maintenance.
  43. Identify the main symbols and components in a hydraulic system diagram (e.g. pump, tank, hoses, valves…)
  44. Explain the function of measuring points and how to identify them on a diagram
  45. Explain the function, symbol and use of pressure gauges/manometers.
  46. Demonstrate how to measure hydraulic pressure.
  47. Recall the objectives that have been covered within this module
  48. Pass the Theoretical test


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