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Effective Industrial Motors Courses

Making sure your employees are properly trained not only ensures they do their job correctly and efficiently, but it also prevents accidents from happening. Training Technology is ready to help you and your team work safer and more effectively with our industrial motors courses.

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Introduction to Industrial Motors for Non-Electricians

Keep your entry-level instrumentation mechanics or experienced electricians OSHA compliant with Training Technology's motor control courses. Your team will first understand that you must be a qualified person to work on the equipment, and then learn about the construction, operation, as well as how to avoid the hazards associated with their job.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to do the following:

  • Wire Common Industrial Control Circuits Containing Controlled Relays, Motor Starters, & Timers Given the English Description of That Control Circuit
  • Troubleshoot Common Industrial Motor Control Circuits Given Standard Troubleshooting Tools & the Electrical Ladder Diagrams
  • Use the Job Aid Provided in Class, "10 Steps to Designing a Motor Control Circuit," to Properly Size the Various Components of an Industrial Motor Circuit

Troubleshooting Motor Controls, PLCs, VFDs, & Motors

This 4-hour lecture course is designed to provide a review of proper industrial design practices related to variable frequency drives and AC induction.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to do the following:

  • Understand the Internal Construction of a Typical Variable Frequency Drive
  • Determine the Proper Settings for the Various Parameters with a Digital Variable Frequency Drive
  • Using the 2017 National Electrical Code Be Able to Properly Design a Variable Frequency Drive Controlled Motor Circuit
  • Understand All of the Information Indicated on a Motor Nameplate
  • Understand the Special Requirements That a Motor Must Have to Be Able to Be Effectively Used with a Variable Frequency Drive
  • Understand Current Bonding & Grounding Requirements of Variable Frequency Drive Systems