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Northeast And Western Energy Systems offers a wide range of in house Jenbacher Certification training as well as custom tailored site specific trainings to fit any need you many have. Please choose from the options below for more information.

OPT - Operator Training Type 2

Customers and operating staff of Jenbacher gas engines who have to be familiar with day-to-day equipment, operation and maintenance tasks in accordance with the maintenance schedule for operators. This training is a prerequisite for the course modules 'TJM - Training on the Job - Maintenance' and 'TJE - Training on the Job - Extended Access to DIA.NE XT'.  *Course Length 3 days

2, 3
General
4 days

Brief Description

Training for operators who want to understand the design, operation and maintenance of Jenbacher gas engine modules.

Target Group

Customers and operating staff of Jenbacher gas engines who have to be familiar with day-to-day equipment, operation and maintenance tasks in accordance with the maintenance schedule for operators. This training is a prerequisite for the course modules 'TJM - Training on the Job - Maintenance’ and ‘TJE - Training on the Job - Extended Access to DIA.NE XT'.

Theoretical and practical contents
  • Engine general
  • Engine components
  • Operation modes
  • Technical documentation
  • Operation materials
  • Engine management system (e.g. manual and automatic engine operation, operation of DIA.NE XT und DIA.NE WIN at operator level, Adjustment and optimisation of DIA.NE XT parameters for starting and idle operation)
  • Inspection and maintenance works according to our maintenance schedules (e.g. measurements at the ignition system and adjustment of spark plugs, data collection for the daily log book, valve clearance adjustment)
Participation in this training course will give you
  • a good overview of the Jenbacher gas engine technology
  • the ability to understand operating documents and their structure
  • an insight into the structure of a Jenbacher gas engine module and terminology for the individual components
  • the necessary knowledge to successfully operate Jenbacher gas engine equipment in manual and automatic modes
  • the ability to identify and remedy the most common malfunctions and errors
  • the necessary knowledge to carry out maintenance tasks according to the maintenance schedule for operators
Comments
Course duration:
  • 4 days - 24 training units of 60 minutes each
Number of participants:
  • Minimum of 5 and maximum of 8 people
Languages:
  • German, English
  • Other languages on request or through an interpreter
Prerequisite

Knowledge of electrical or mechanical engineering
Participants must bring their own safety boots

OPT - Operator Training Type 3

Customers and operating staff of Jenbacher gas engines who have to be familiar with day-to-day equipment, operation and maintenance tasks in accordance with the maintenance schedule for operators. This training is a prerequisite for the course modules 'TJM - Training on the Job - Maintenance' and 'TJE - Training on the Job - Extended Access to DIA.NE XT'.  *Course Length 3 days

2, 3
General
4 days

Brief Description

Training for operators who want to understand the design, operation and maintenance of Jenbacher gas engine modules.

Target Group

Customers and operating staff of Jenbacher gas engines who have to be familiar with day-to-day equipment, operation and maintenance tasks in accordance with the maintenance schedule for operators. This training is a prerequisite for the course modules 'TJM - Training on the Job - Maintenance’ and ‘TJE - Training on the Job - Extended Access to DIA.NE XT'.

Theoretical and practical contents
  • Engine general
  • Engine components
  • Operation modes
  • Technical documentation
  • Operation materials
  • Engine management system (e.g. manual and automatic engine operation, operation of DIA.NE XT und DIA.NE WIN at operator level, Adjustment and optimisation of DIA.NE XT parameters for starting and idle operation)
  • Inspection and maintenance works according to our maintenance schedules (e.g. measurements at the ignition system and adjustment of spark plugs, data collection for the daily log book, valve clearance adjustment)
Participation in this training course will give you
  • a good overview of the Jenbacher gas engine technology
  • the ability to understand operating documents and their structure
  • an insight into the structure of a Jenbacher gas engine module and terminology for the individual components
  • the necessary knowledge to successfully operate Jenbacher gas engine equipment in manual and automatic modes
  • the ability to identify and remedy the most common malfunctions and errors
  • the necessary knowledge to carry out maintenance tasks according to the maintenance schedule for operators
Comments
Course duration:
  • 4 days - 24 training units of 60 minutes each
Number of participants:
  • Minimum of 5 and maximum of 8 people
Languages:
  • German, English
  • Other languages on request or through an interpreter
Prerequisite

Knowledge of electrical or mechanical engineering
Participants must bring their own safety boots

OPT - Operator Training Type 4

Brief Description

Training for operators who want to understand the design, operation and maintenance of Jenbacher gas engine modules.

Target Group

Customers and operating staff of Jenbacher gas engines who have to be familiar with day-to-day equipment, operation and maintenance tasks in accordance with the maintenance schedule for operators. This training is a prerequisite for the course modules 'TJM - Training on the Job - Maintenance’ and ‘TJE - Training on the Job - Extended Access to DIA.NE XT'.

Theoretical and practical contents
  • Engine general
  • Engine components
  • Operation modes
  • Technical documentation
  • Operation materials
  • Engine management system (e.g. manual and automatic engine operation, operation of DIA.NE XT und DIA.NE WIN at operator level, Adjustment and optimisation of DIA.NE XT parameters for starting and idle operation)
  • Inspection and maintenance works according to our maintenance schedules (e.g. measurements at the ignition system and adjustment of spark plugs, data collection for the daily log book, valve clearance adjustment)
Participation in this training course will give you
  • a good overview of the Jenbacher gas engine technology
  • the ability to understand operating documents and their structure
  • an insight into the structure of a Jenbacher gas engine module and terminology for the individual components
  • the necessary knowledge to successfully operate Jenbacher gas engine equipment in manual and automatic modes
  • the ability to identify and remedy the most common malfunctions and errors
  • the necessary knowledge to carry out maintenance tasks according to the maintenance schedule for operators
Comments
Course duration:
  • 4 days - 24 training units of 60 minutes each
Number of participants:
  • Minimum of 5 and maximum of 8 people
Languages:
  • German, English
  • Other languages on request or through an interpreter
Prerequisite

Knowledge of electrical or mechanical engineering
Participants must bring their own safety boots

OPT - Operator Training Type 6

Brief Description

Training for operators who want to understand the design, operation and maintenance of Jenbacher gas engine modules.

Target Group

Customers and operating staff of Jenbacher gas engines who have to be familiar with day-to-day equipment, operation and maintenance tasks in accordance with the maintenance schedule for operators. This training is a prerequisite for the course modules 'TJM - Training on the Job - Maintenance’ and ‘TJE - Training on the Job - Extended Access to DIA.NE XT'.

Theoretical and practical contents
  • Engine general
  • Engine components
  • Operation modes
  • Technical documentation
  • Operation materials
  • Engine management system (e.g. manual and automatic engine operation, operation of DIA.NE XT und DIA.NE WIN at operator level, Adjustment and optimisation of DIA.NE XT parameters for starting and idle operation)
  • Inspection and maintenance works according to our maintenance schedules (e.g. measurements at the ignition system and adjustment of spark plugs, data collection for the daily log book, valve clearance adjustment)
Participation in this training course will give you
  • a good overview of the Jenbacher gas engine technology
  • the ability to understand operating documents and their structure
  • an insight into the structure of a Jenbacher gas engine module and terminology for the individual components
  • the necessary knowledge to successfully operate Jenbacher gas engine equipment in manual and automatic modes
  • the ability to identify and remedy the most common malfunctions and errors
  • the necessary knowledge to carry out maintenance tasks according to the maintenance schedule for operators
Comments
Course duration:
  • 4 days - 24 training units of 60 minutes each
Number of participants:
  • Minimum of 5 and maximum of 8 people
Languages:
  • German, English
  • Other languages on request or through an interpreter
Prerequisite

Knowledge of electrical or mechanical engineering
Participants must bring their own safety boots

OPT - Operator Training Type 624

Brief Description

Training for operators who want to understand the design, operation and maintenance of Jenbacher gas engine modules.

Target Group

Customers and operating staff of Jenbacher gas engines who have to be familiar with day-to-day equipment, operation and maintenance tasks in accordance with the maintenance schedule for operators. This training is a prerequisite for the course modules 'TJM - Training on the Job - Maintenance' and 'TJE - Training on the Job - Extended Access to DIA.NE XT'.

Theoretical and practical contents
  • Engine general
  • Engine components
  • Operation modes
  • Technical documentation
  • Operation materials
  • Engine management system (e.g. manual and automatic engine operation, operation of DIA.NE XT und DIA.NE WIN at operator level, Adjustment and optimisation of DIA.NE XT parameters for starting and idle operation)
  • Inspection and maintenance works according to our maintenance schedules (e.g. measurements at the ignition system and adjustment of spark plugs, data collection for the daily log book, valve clearance adjustment)
Participation in this training course will give you
  • a good overview of the Jenbacher gas engine technology
  • the ability to understand operating documents and their structure
  • an insight into the structure of a Jenbacher gas engine module and terminology for the individual components
  • the necessary knowledge to successfully operate Jenbacher gas engine equipment in manual and automatic modes
  • the ability to identify and remedy the most common malfunctions and errors
  • the necessary knowledge to carry out maintenance tasks according to the maintenance schedule for operators
Comments
Course duration:
  • 4 days - 24 training units of 60 minutes each
Number of participants:
  • Minimum of 5 and maximum of 8 people
Languages:
  • German, English
  • Other languages on request or through an interpreter
Prerequisite

Knowledge of electrical or mechanical engineering
Participants must bring their own safety boots

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