Additional Training to Become a Brake Quality Inspector
Employees in quality assurance have a high level of responsibility. They carry out quality inspections after rebuilding, maintenance and overhaul work has been performed on freight wagons, identify, and classify defects and damage, and derive possible measures from this.
This additional training is aimed, for example, at people who need an operating license for freight wagons.
The training to become a quality assurance inspector includes the following subjects:
- Possible damage and defects
- Operating limits, inspection limits
- Roadworthiness, operational safety
- Rules, inspection reports, checklists, forms, etc.
- Fuses, bolts, strengths
- Permissible greases and lubricants
- Completeness and correct addresses
For practical consolidation of the topics, the seminar will include approx. 40% practical training directly on various freight wagons.
Additonal or different topics are possible by arrangement.
If you have any questions about the content, process, or other details of our training courses, please do not hesitate to contact us.
- Target Group:
For vehicle owners, railway companies, and other interested individuals.
- Admission Requirements:
Longer experience in freight wagon maintenance, trained brake mechanic
3 days, 8 learning units of 45 minutes.
maximum 5 participants
- Training location:
Brandenburg, Hamelin, Hanover or on-site at your location
For general questions about this training, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org