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Mechanical Training:

Maintaining the mechanical integrity and safe operation of your plant is likely your most important daily concern. With today’s ever-increasing output demands, keeping your workforce trained to the highest possible competency levels and meeting mandates is a constant challenge. Skill requirements have shifted from simple maintenance — fixing what is broken — to ensuring reliability with predictive and preventative maintenance initiatives. 

Benefits of the Mechanical Maintenance Learning Plan Include:

  • Essential on-boarding and refresher training
  • Move from a repair/replace focus to predictive/preventative maintenance
  • Consistent delivery, with broader reach, flexible scheduling and automated record keeping
  • Improved safety and enhanced productivity
  • The knowledge and training needed to keep pace with best practices and technological change

Who Should Use it? Designed for professionals, such as:

  • Mechanical Technicians and Mechanical Maintenance Mechanics
  • Machine Repair Personnel and Employees responsible for for servicing equipment
  • Millwrights
  • Industrial Supervisors & Managers
Complete Mechanical Maintenance Curriculum Library 42+ Courses

The Mechanical Training is a world-class curriculum, built around 9 learning blocks through 4 progressive stages. This learning plan is designed to improve mechanical knowledge and skills by providing an understanding of common mechanical components, routine and preventative maintenance procedures. Topics covered include common tools, rigging procedures, measurements, fasteners, tolerances, alignment, lubrication and vibration management, while working proficiently with bearings, drive components, pumps, compressors, valves, piping and other mechanical systems. 


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 Mechanical: 42 Courses, 55.5 Hours
  • Sliding Surface Bearings, Part 1
  • Sliding Surface Bearings, Part 2
  • Rolling Contact Bearings, Part 1
  • Rolling Contact Bearings, Part 2
  • Equipment Drive Components: Couplings
  • Equipment Drive Components: Gear, Belt, and Chain Drive
  • Basic Lubrication
  • Lubrication: Basics
  • Equipment Lubrication: Using Lubricants
  • Safety: Basics
  • Vibration Analysis: Introduction
  • Gears: Types and Characteristics
  • Shaft Alignment, Part 1
  • Shaft Alignment, Part 2
  • Shaft Alignment: Rim and Face
  • Shaft Alignment: Reverse Dial and Laser
  • Pumps: Operation of Centrifugal Types
  • Pumps: Multistage Centrifugal
  • Multistage Centrifugal Pump Maintenance
  • Mechanical Seals
  • Positive Displacement Pump Basics

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Mechanical (Continued)
  • Pumps: Reciprocating Positive Displacement Types
  • Pumps: Rotary Positive Displacement Types
  • Pumps: Performance and Inspection
  • Positive Displacement Pump Maintenance
  • Compressors: Introduction
  • Reciprocating Compressors, Part 1
  • Reciprocating Compressors, Part 2
  • Compressors: Centrifugal and Axial
  • Centrifugal Compressors
  • Compressors: Operation of Centrifugal and Axial Types
  • Compressors: Positive Displacement
  • Valves: Basic Types and Operation, Part 1
  • Valves: Basic Types and Operation, Part 2
  • Rigging: Basic Lifting
  • Rigging: Ladders and Scaffolds
  • Basic Rigging, Part 1
  • Advanced Rigging, Part 2
  • Refrigeration Systems: Basic Concepts
  • Heat Exchangers: Operation of Shell and Tube Types
  • Heat Exchangers: Cooling Towers
  • Heat Exchangers: Condensers and Reboilers