Gwo btt basic technical training

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The GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) is targeted at candidates who have no previous experience of hydraulic, mechanical or electrical systems, but may also be used to upskill candidates who have some knowledge of these areas in other spheres, not specifically wind turbines. Upon completion of the full GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) delegates will possess an awareness of Hydraulic, Mechanical and Electrical systems, preparing candidates for working both on and offshore in the wind industry.

Course Content The GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) course is based on three different modules: Mechanical, Hydraulic and Electrical. All modules can be taken independently and in any order you wish.  It is however highly recommended that the Mechanical module is taken as the first module. The training is a mix of theory and practical exercises. Each module contain a written test which must be passed with at least 70% correct answers to pass the module. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS There are no prerequisites for this training, however some sort of practical mechanical or electrical maintenance background would be useful. DURATION 4,5 days VALIDITY The GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) modules are enduring qualifications and therefore a validity period does not apply to these modules.  This is based on the assumption that the Delegate is actively working in a wind turbine environment. If there is an extended period of absence from applying the skills, retraining and recertification may be required according to national legislation and company policy.

Course Objectives The aim of the GWO Basic Technical Training is to give the delegates the knowledge and skills to carry out basic Mechanical, Electrical and Hydraulic tasks, whilst supervised by an experienced technician, using safe working procedures and the correct PPE. This course will not make the delegate a trained person who is allowed to perform hydraulic, mechanical or electrical work without supervision.

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