Ladder Diagrams and Schematics for Maintenance Technicians

presented by Troubleshooting Boot Camps
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Bring a trainer to your location to deliver this class for groups of 5 or more.

Course Description

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 class is 50% hands on.

There are over 50 drawings for students to make and convert to different forms.

Course Topics And Objectives

  • 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
  • Identify common electrical symbols
  • 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

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

This Course Is Available To Be Delivered On-Site At Your Location

On-Site Training

  • We offer onsite training at your facility.
  • We can provide the same courses as we offer in public seminars. We can even design courses especially to meet your needs.

Advantages Of On-Site Training

  • Modify the content to your specific needs
  • Protect company privacy
  • Workers remain on site in case of an emergency
  • Saves time and travel costs
  • Instructors can discuss your specific equipment
  • Problems can be openly discussed
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Increased price savings as the groups get larger
  • Promote teamwork & camaraderie among workers
  • More comfortable learning environment

Who Should Attend

All Maintenance Personnel who Work In Facilities Where Electrical Maintenance is Required

Additional Information

Training Provider: Troubleshooting Boot Camps

Course Topics: Industrial Training > Electrical

Training Course Summary: 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.

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