Hydraulic School & Repair Training Classes

Hydraulic Systems Repair and Maintenance Training introduces concepts of operations, maintenance, and troubleshooting of hydraulic and fluid power systems.

Introduces concepts of operations, maintenance, and troubleshooting of hydraulic and fluid power systems.

Students enrolled in hydraulic classes with Penn Foster Workforce Development can look forward to a growing career in the hydraulics field. Hydraulic system technicians will elevate their specializations in the maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of hydraulic pumps, hydraulic circuits and fluid power systems.

Hydraulic system training ensures trainees have detailed working knowledge of hydraulic systems concepts like physics and energy transmission. This dynamic academic program can even cross-train electrical and electronics maintenance specialists to enhance their mastery of managing hydraulic system evaluation and operation. Professionally qualified hydraulic systems repair and maintenance specialists also learn to analyze system design specifications and performance requirements, ensuring your systems always comply with standard industry practices.

Students begin the program with courses in Introduction to Fluid Power and then move on to accomplish classes covering fluid mechanics, hydraulic components, hydraulic power system control and troubleshooting, and pumps. Upon completing the hydraulics training program, graduates will thoroughly understand the principles of fluid power, flow, symbols, and diagrams, as well as the functioning of various types of hydraulic pumps, motors and peripheral devices.

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Hydraulic Systems Repair and Maintenance Training Course List

Introduction to Fluid PowerBlock Y01
Introduction to Fluid Power Y0101
The Physics of Fluid Power Y0102
Transmission and Storage of Energy by Fluid Power, Part 1 Y0103
Transmission and Storage of Energy by Fluid Power, Part 2 Y0104
The Components of Fluid Power, Part 1 Y0105
The Components of Fluid Power, Part 2 Y0106
The Components of Fluid Power, Part 3 Y0107
A Summary of Fluid Power Y0108
Fluid Power (Video)VB24XX
Fluid Mechanics, Part 1286010
Fluid Mechanics, Part 2286011
Fluid Mechanics, Part 3286012
Hydraulic Power Basics286060
Hydraulic Components: Actuators, Pumps and Motors286061
Hydraulic Components: Conductors, Conditioners and Fluids286062
Hydraulic Power System Control286063
Interpreting Hydraulic System Schematics286064
Hydraulic Power System Troubleshooting286065
Industrial Hydraulics (Video)VS63XX
Hydraulic Power Systems and Troubleshooting (Video)VS64XX
Pumps, Part 1286001
Pumps, Part 2286002
Pumps, Part 3286003

Estimated Program Duration: 152 hours (excluding videos).

Number of Exams: 20.

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