Technicians will develop an understanding and awareness of the associated health and safety issues when working on the installation phase of a project
A new Installation module has been developed and added to the Basic Technical Training standard as an addition to the Mechanical module.
The BTT Installation Module is designed to provide technicians with an understanding and awareness of the associated health and safety issues when working on the installation phase of a project. Delegates will develop their knowledge of how to store and handlee quipment, avoid dropped object incidents and work safely during lifting operations as well as usage of power/hydraulic tools while being supervised by an experienced technician.
The Installation module is not part of the recommended trio of BTT core technical modules, and it is up to the duty holder/employer to decide if this training is required. However, in order to attend the BTT Installation module, delegates must first be certified in the BTT Mechanical module.
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On 2nd April, GWO's training standards and audit & compliance specialists will be available to take questions and help with any problems.
From 1 April 2019, certification bodies must document how they meet the requirements of the GWO criteria for certification bodies. Certificates issued by those who have not provided documentation to GWO will not be accepted.
The Blade Repair working group completed this final draft five weeks ahead of schedule.
As part of GWO's ongoing commitment to good governance of its worldwide training network, a trio of Auditor Qualification Training (AQT) courses will take place in the United States, Denmark and China.
The world’s largest turbine manufacturers and owners have collaborated to bring to market their most ambitious training standard yet. The GWO Blade Repair standard is designed to achieve learning objectives in the safety and craftsmanship skills that are essential to this challenging, technical role.