Now, more than ever, it is crucial for maintenance personnel to be at their best.
Our training is designed to make that happen!
Instructors ensure each attendee receives as much one-on-one interaction as needed to help them to understand the concepts.
Attendee working on a cross-port relief motor circuit.
As knowledge accelerates, increasing challenges are presented.
At the end of each lab section, attendees answer a few questions to help them cement the concepts. Everyone is encouraged to work at their own pace for maximum learning.
Attendees work together to build and troubleshoot real world circuits.
Hydraulic Spaghetti! Some labs call for many hoses and components, enabling the learner to really grasp the importance of reading and understanding the schematic. Guessing just won’t get it.
Many of our training classes are held at the customer’s location, minimizing down time and cost.
We have designed our curriculum to work hand-in-glove with the training benches to maximize learning the learning experience.
While chair time is kept to a minimum, relevant theory and class discussion before each unit prepares attendees for the upcoming section.
Who Should Attend AHS Hydraulic Training?
Millwrights | Electricians | Supervisors | Planners | Purchasers
Anyone who needs to really understand hydraulics!
This comprehensive 4.5-day course is designed to provide the trainee with increased understanding of the essential elements of hydraulic system maintenance, troubleshooting and safety. The next logical step is More Essential Hydraulics, Part 2.
Picking up where Essential Hydraulics leaves off, this 4-day course focuses on specific components and common hydraulic circuitry.
Due to popular demand, we will soon be offering this one-of-a-kind 3-day course. Learn to quickly and effectively troubleshoot real-world hydraulic circuits and components. Information is presented using a fully hands-on approach.
Accumulators can be the most dangerous of all hydraulic components if they are improperly understood or applied. This brief seminar will help crews safely work with the most common types of accumulators and systems.
Quit wasting time and money rummaging through a box for fittings, or on poorly constructed, unsafe fluid lines. Attendees will learn about the fittings and fluid lines commonly used on the job. They will also learn to properly and safely make hydraulic hoses without waste.
Maybe it’s been awhile?
This course is intended for previous attendees of Part 1 or Part 2 courses in the past who need a refresher before moving on to the next course. However, it is open to anyone wanting to refresh their hydraulics knowledge.
Class sizes are limited — Register Now!