Training as a Qualified Maintenance Technician for Passenger Carriage Brakes I
The maintenance of passenger carriages and in particular their braking systems are of crucial importance for the safety of rail traffic. As a qualified level I maintenance technician for passenger train braking systems, you will play a key role in ensuring that passengers reach their destinations safely and comfortably. This training not only opens up a wide range of career prospects, but also ensures the reliability of rail transport.
Below you will find our range of topics for this training.
- Basics of braking technology
- Types of brakes
- Wheel and rail brakes
- Physical basics
- Mechanical brake components
- Pneumatic brake components
- Direct and indirect braking
- The three pressure system
- Brake markings
- Accompanying regulations
The seminar also includes practical training directly on various vehicles or their components for practical consolidation of the topics.
Why is training to become a braking system maintenance technician important?
The braking system of a passenger train coach is a complex interaction of various components that operate under extreme conditions. Your job as a qualified level I maintenance technician is to service, monitor and, if necessary, repair these components. You ensure that the brakes function reliably and thereby make a decisive contribution to passenger safety. Training to become a qualified maintenance technician for brakes in passenger coaches I is an important step on the way to a successful career in the rail industry. During your training, you will acquire comprehensive expertise in the areas of braking systems, safety technology and passenger coach maintenance.
The advantages of training as a brake maintenance technician for passenger coaches I
- High level of safety: As a maintenance technician, you contribute to the safety of rail traffic.
- Wide range of job opportunities: The training opens doors to various fields of work.
- Sought-after expertise: Your skills are in demand and offer you good job opportunities.
- Career opportunities: The training is a step on the way to important positions in the industry.
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 are supposed to carry out Br0 and Br1 independent brake inspections on local coaches of the passenger coach type
- 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:
At your location
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