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Troubleshooting Workshop On-Site Training

This on-site training class is also available as Public Schedule Seminar.

This class will make a huge difference in your maintenance staff's ability to quickly and accurately diagnose and repair problems.

Course Description/Agenda


This course is a combination of our Ladder Diagrams/Schematics for Maintenance Technician and Motor Controls for Maintenance Technicians.

On the last day of class we dedicate the full day to intensive troubleshooting of basic control circuits and the most used control circuits.

We use our own specialized trainer for this. Students will develop their own logical systematic approach to troubleshooting. This class will make a huge difference in their ability to quickly and accurately diagnose and repair problems.

This course is 100% Hands-On.

Real Equipment...NO Software Simulators

Participants will receive a college level textbook.

Course Description for "Ladder Diagrams/Schematics for Maintenance Technicians" - Mon-Tues

In order for technicians to work on electrical systems, they must be able to understand and follow ladder diagrams and schematics. This course gives a complete understanding of the different types of electrical drawings and how to apply them in the field.

This course is 80% Hands-On.

Participants will receive a college level textbook.


Who Should Attend

  • All Maintenance Personnel who Work In:
  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Hospitals Waste Water Facilities
  • Schools Government Buildings
  • Research Facilities Shopping Centers
  • Hotels Apartment Buildings
  • Government Buildings
  • Military Installations
  • Other Facilities Where Electrical Maintenance is Required

Including:

  • Maintenance Technicians
  • Mechanics HVAC Technicians
  • Machine Operators Apprentices
  • Alarm Technicians Electricians
  • Facility Managers Non-Electrical Engineers
  • Building Engineers Stationary Engineers


Course Topics

  • Electrical Symbols
  • Ladder Diagrams
  • Schematic Diagrams
  • Series Circuits
  • Parallel Circuits
  • Combination Circuits
  • Rung Numbers
  • Reference Numbers
  • Converting Drawings
  • Wire Numbers
  • Power rails and wire colors
  • Control element arrangement
  • Circuit protection arrangement
  • Labels
  • Electrical symbol abbreviations
  • Power circuits


Course Objectives

Students will learn to:

  • Identify common electrical symbols
  • Apply common electrical formulas
  • Read and interpret a variety of schematics and drawings
  • Relate actual equipment components to diagram symbols
  • Troubleshoot equipment problems based on symptoms
  • Create drawings based on descriptions and observations
  • Provide written/verbal descriptions of circuit diagrams


Hands On Exercises

Students will complete various drawing exercises, which will progressively develop their skill level and enhance their ability to follow and troubleshoot control circuits.

  • Basic Control Circuits
  • Multiple Push-Button Stations
  • Sequence Control
  • On-Delay Timers
  • Troubleshooting Motors
  • Start-Stop Push Button Control
  • Forward-Reverse Control
  • Jogging Circuits
  • Off-Delay Timers
  • And More...


Course Description for "Motor Controls for Maintenance Technicians" - Wed-Thurs

For workers in the industrial and manufacturing sectors, understanding electrical motor controls is a valuable skill for production managers, technicians, designers and line workers. This course is a comprehensive introduction to motor controls , covering the essential topics for employees working in a variety of industrial and production settings.

Students will understand, follow and troubleshoot motor control circuits and understand how components work to determine if they are bad. This will save the company money by only changing the bad parts and teach the technician to quickly and accurately diagnose and repair problems.

"DON'T BE A PARTS CHANGER"

This course is 80% Hands-On.

Participants will receive a college level textbook.


Who Should Attend

  • All Building Maintenance Personnel
  • All Plant & Facility Maintenance Technicians
  • Electricians
  • Mechanics
  • HVAC Technicians
  • Boiler Operators
  • Machine Operators
  • Apprentices
  • Alarm Technicians
  • Non-Electrical Engineers
  • Building Engineers
  • Stationary Engineers
  • Low Voltage Specialists
  • Multi-craft & Cross Training Personnel
  • Environmental health & safety personnel
  • Maintenance Supervisors
  • Plant & facility managers


Course Topics

  • General Principles of Motor Control
  • Overload Relays
  • Flow Switches and Sensors
  • Solenoid and Motor Operated Valves
  • Temperature Sensing Devices
  • Proximity Detectors Photodetectors
  • Schematics and Wiring Diagrams
  • Basic Control Circuits
  • Jogging and Inching Sequence Control
  • Single-phase, three-phase and DC Motors Motor Installation
  • Connection diagrams
  • Theory of operation
  • Phase/Rotation Control circuits
  • Drawing symbols
  • One line drawings
  • NEMA symbols
  • Manual Starters
  • Relays, Contactors, and Motor Starters
  • The Control Transformer
  • Timing Relays
  • Pressure Switches and Sensors
  • Float Switches
  • Limit Switches
  • Hand-Off Automatic Controls
  • Forward-Reverse Control
  • Start-Stop Push-Button Control
  • Multi-Pushbutton Stations
  • Basic Parts of a motor
  • Motor construction
  • Motor types


Course Objectives

Students will learn to:

  • Wire and troubleshoot basic electrical control circuits to develop a logical, systematic approach to troubleshooting
  • How to troubleshoot pushbutton, relay, motorstarter and other common component problems
  • How to wire basic electrical circuits using wiring diagrams
  • Recognize the different types of electrical control ladder diagram
  • Read a basic electric circuit diagram
  • Perform continuity and resistance checks on relay coils and contacts, overloads, fuses, circuit breakers, switches and other
  • control circuit components.


Hands On Exercises

Students will construct and test common motor control circuit. This will give them an understanding for how the circuits and components work, and a better understanding of how to quickly troubleshoot problems.

  • Basic Control Circuits
  • Multiple Push-Button Stations
  • Sequence Control
  • On-Delay Timers Troubleshooting Motors
  • Start-Stop Push Button Control
  • Forward-Reverse Control
  • Jogging Circuits
  • Off-Delay Timers
  • And More

Day 5 - Fri

On the last day of class we dedicate the full day to intensive troubleshooting of basic control circuits and the most used control circuits.

We use our own specialized trainer for this. Students will develop their own logical systematic approach to troubleshooting. This class will make a huge difference in their ability to quickly and accurately diagnose and repair problems.


Class Options

2 Day Class - Ladder Diagrams/Schematics for Maintenance Technicians (Mon-Tues)

2 Day Class - Motor Controls for Maintenance Technicians (Wed-Thurs)

4 Day Class - Motor Controls Workshop (Mon-Thurs) - Includes:

  • Ladder Diagrams/Schematics for Maintenance Technicians
  • Motor Controls for Maintenance Technicians

5 Day Class - Troubleshooting Workshop (Mon-Fri) - Includes

  • Ladder Diagrams/Schematics for Maintenance Technicians
  • Motor Controls for Maintenance Technicians
  • Troubleshooting Workshop (Not a stand-alone class)

 

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