Partial Training as a Qualified Maintenance Technician for Freight Wagon Brakes II
Below you will find our range of topics for this training.
- Basics of braking technology
- Physical basics
- Mechanical brake components
- Pneumatic brake components
- Direct and indirect braking
- The three pressure system
- Brake markings
- Accompanying regulations
- Various levels of maintenance
- Due dates and scope of brake inspections 0-3
- Br0 for mobile maintenance
After passing the exam and having been appointed, the participant may be employed for brake testing and Br0 to Br3 brake inspection.
For practical consolidation of the topics, the seminar will include approx. 40% practical training directly on various various freight wagons or dismantled wheelsets or bogies.
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:
Staff who independently carry out Br0 brake inspection on vehicles with conventional braking systems and types
- Admission Requirements:
At least 3 months of practical work in the maintenance of braking equipment on rail vehicles or, as an alternative, the Rail Training Event (VRT) 300 approval module and knowledge of the respective national language, spoken and written, to the required extent
5 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
Martin Krummradt will be happy to answer any technical questions you may have.