Our training model is designed to incrementally develop the knowledge and skills required to successfully operate and maintain our equipment. Based on the industrial training model widely used in the manufacturing and service industries, our training categorizes knowledge and skills into three levels.  

Fundamental training

Fundamentals are the essential knowledge and skills required to perform one’s job description. These are typically acquired by successfully completing a formal apprenticeship, career college, or military technical program. Fundamental training includes:

Knowledge

  • Basic electronic/electrical theory
  • Basic hydraulic/pneumatic theory
  • Basic mechanical systems theory

Skills

  • Basic hand tool skills, including multi-meter and calipers
  • Pressure gauge reading
  • Oscilloscope operation

We do not provide this type of training. We highly recommend that individuals have a strong fundamental knowledge prior to participating in any of our product-specific training initiatives.

Product-specific knowledge-based training

This level of knowledge is usually reached after on-the-job experience, combined with training provided by us. For this level of training, we provide eLearning and limited instructor led training. Product-specific knowledge based training includes:

Knowledge

  • System descriptions
  • Theory of operations
  • System diagnostics
  • System inspection/maintenance practices
  • Product-specific skills-based training

    This level of knowledge and skills is usually reached after mastering product-specific knowledge and on-the-job experience, combined with training provided by us. For this level of training, we provide instructor-led training, in the field or in our training lab. Job-specific training includes:

    Knowledge

    • Review of product-specific skills-based topics

    Skills

    • Perform system adjustments
    • Install and configure product-specific application software
    • Removal and replacement of system components
    • Operate P&H equipment