Introduction to Fluid Power
Cost $1250.00 ex gst
Duration 16 hours = 2 Days Delivered at Toronto or onsite
Maximum of 6 Students per group
Upon successful completion students will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
The world of hydraulics can be daunting when you have not worked with it. The thought of starting a course without any prior knowledge can seem like a big undertaking.
Introduction to hydraulics takes students through initial concepts and jargon as well as where and how hydraulics is used to make machines work.
Students will have an understanding of the basic principles that make hydraulic machines work, why hydraulics is used and some practical setup applications.
Students will be comfortable to start basics tasks when working with fluid power systems in their workplace and be ready to start further training.
- Fluid Power Safety and Awareness
- Fluid Power Definitions
- Fluid Power Principles
- Symbols and Schematics
- Hydraulic Pumps,
- Air Compressors,
- Pressure Control Valves,
- Directional Control Valves,
- Flow Control Valves,
- Air Preparation,
- Heat Exchangers,
- System Servicing,
- System Commissioning
How we work
APT provide flexible training and an ongoing framework to build-on or formalise your existing skills and knowledge. In our courses, the use of advanced simulation and real world practices ensure optimal outcomes.
APT deliver training in a friendly, relaxed and comfortable learning and assessment environment. You can be assured that it’s to the best of our ability to support any special needs/requirements you may have with your learning.
Training and assessment is usually completed at the APT Training Centre at Toronto NSW, however the course can be delivered at your own workplace if a full class is enrolled.
In such circumstances we bring the complete service to you including training simulations and fluid power equipment.
Your trainer and assessor will clearly explain the assessment process to you and support you where necessary to ensure you have a full understanding of the process prior to commencing.
Some methods used to assess your competence include written questionnaires, verbal questions, third party reports, self assessment, log books or work journals, verified CV, workbook activities and certificate recognition of prior learning.
Successful participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
It is preferred that participants have no fluid power training or experience.