04 Jan 2016

Triple Phase Training is committed to providing an exceptional training experience tailored to crane repair technicians. We impel our students to use our unique and one-of-a-kind training system to accomplish their tasks quickly and accurately. Then with the assistance of memory aids, we help the technicians to retain the information by customizing presentations to each individual’s learning style. This course is a must for any crane repair technician.

Triple Phase Training has done extensive research on learning styles and has incorporated a learning profile test into the first day of our three day crane and hoist repair technician course. This test allows our trainers to focus on each individual tech and customize the material to suit their specific learning style and administer one-on-one training.

Our commitment to our students is apparent, and no matter what skill level each technician is currently at, we firmly believe in beginning our course with a firm grasp of the fundamentals through an easy to learn and retain core base of knowledge. This is done through the use of diagrams, pictures, hands-on examples, and presentations. Arranging and building the information in this manner gives the technician insight into components, electrical symbols, and standard practices.

This course is designed to give the technician those “Ah Ha” moments that are needed to optimize all trouble-shooting skills. This is knowledge they will use for the rest of their career. The extensive hands-on section of the course will also give the technician a controlled tactile learning environment, and demonstrate many of the common problems they will experience. We then teach them how to quickly and effectively identify specific component failures.

Our courses contain several demonstrations in proper use of diagnostic tools. We pride ourselves in truly helping the technician to understand why the failures might occur and how to mitigate them with preventative maintenance. We demonstrate multiple control systems and trouble-shooting techniques. Having a broad knowledge of multiple systems and applications is crucial. This is the “how and why” learning that all technicians need in order to be efficient.

Our trainer concludes each training section with a discussion, quiz, and review of the information just covered. This helps the technician retain the information presented. As part of adapting to different learning styles, the instructor reviews each student’s quiz and can adjust or re-emphasize information to individual technicians.

Often times this course is offered in a group setting, however the instructor will always provide one-on-one assistance or attention as needed. That is another commitment that Triple Phase Training makes to our customers.

Part of our tailored training includes case studies. These are actual problems that our trainers and technicians have encountered throughout their years of repairing overhead bridge cranes. These case studies are presented in easy to read stories accompanied with audio recordings and a discussion afterward. This is a highly conducive form for any learning style. It encourages the technicians to openly discuss similar problems they themselves have experienced, which has led to resolving chronic issues that many technicians are dealing with in the field right now.

These discussions also promote an interchange of ideas and collaborations between technicians, resulting in a unified team. Triple Phase Training hopes to capitalize on these discussions by building a community of overhead bridge crane repair technicians who would like to share problems they’ve encountered, specific to the crane world. Our ultimate goal is to create a forum on our website where crane technicians can be a part of this community, collaborate and share their experiences.

There is no question that training is essential to an optimized team, and there is no doubt that Triple Phase Training is committed to providing that training in an environment best suited for your technician’s needs.

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