GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) Electrical
The Global Wind Organisation (GWO) Basic Technical Training (BTT) standard consists of three modules which are:
These three modules can also be booked as a combined course at AIS Training >>
GWO BTT Electrical is part of the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) course portfolio, which sets the standards for training in the global wind energy and renewables industry.
AIS Training is the UK's number one provider of wind industry training, offering a comprehensive portfolio of GWO courses >>
Industry experienced instructors deliver courses in a state-of-the-art wind and renewables excellence centre which provides a realistic training environment, and accomodates personnel working both onshore and offshore.
GWO Basic Technical Training (BTT) Electrical provides the knowledge and skills to carry out basic hydraulic tasks on a wind installation.
Delegates will learn to use safe working procedures and correct personal protective equipment (PPE).
Delegates completing a GWO BTT Electrical training course will be able to;
- Explain the basics of electricity
- Explain risks and hazards associated with electrical work
- Explain the function and symbol of electrical components
- Explain the function of different types of sensors
- Explain and interpret a simple electrical diagram and demonstrate how to assembly it on a circuit
- Demonstrate how to make correct and safe measurements
A GWO BTT Elecrical training course includes;
- Introduction to electricity
- Electrical safety
- Electrical components
- Electrical circuits
- Electrical measuring instruments
- Summary and theoretical test
In order to complete a GWO BTT Electrical training course, delegates must:
- Be WINDA registered before arriving for the course
The Global Wind Organisation (GWO) have launched a Global Wind Industry Records Database (WINDA) which allows your to verify your GWO certificates with employers.
Registering with WINDA is quick and easy, and you must do this before arriving for your course.
View our step-by-step guide to registering with WINDA >>