The operation of a wind power plant requires fundamental knowledge of its structure, technical system and functionality. To familiarize customers, technical contractors and employees with the subject, REpower offers two types of training that convey detailed information on wind power plants.
Basic training will teach you all you need to know about the admission requirements of a wind power plant. A theoretical part provides information on potential hazards, shows you how to handle them and explains the legal requirements for operation. The practical part of training is held directly inside a wind power plant, where participants learn how to operate it: login control, stopping, starting and data retrieval are explained and practiced. Finally, experienced trainers provide an introduction to the safe handling of the wind turbine as well as to the use of the elevator system, the chain hoist and the rotor lock.
Communication with the permanent monitoring service (PMS)
Inspection of a wind energy plant
Safety introduction and useful tips
Operational training conveys detailed knowledge of the technology and operation of a wind power plant. After a general overview, participants can increase their knowledge of wind power plant controlling, performance, status codes and the electrical system. Moreover, they are introduced to the SCADA Access system and learn all about its functions and uses.
Training held at Husum or Trampe will end with a guided tour of one of our production sites. Usually this gives participants the opportunity to meet other wind power plant operators and share experiences in a casual manner.
Key topics of the wind energy plant operational training
Provision of training facilities
Knowledge of the structure and performance of wind energy plants