Training programmes Mobile Harbor Cranes & AGV (PDF | 1.1 MB )

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Table of Contents
Technical Training
 Technical Training 1
 Technical Training 2
 Basic Training Simatic S7
 Troubleshooting Training (onsite & hands-on)
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Crane Operator Training
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 Simulator & Hands-on Training
 From Zero to Hero General Cargo/Grab onsite
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 Upgrade to Mobile Harbour Crane
 Upgrade to Automatic Container Spreader
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Price list
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Contact details
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Making skills work –
develop your staff through our training courses
Making skills work – true to this motto we support you with high quality training solutions
to exploit the full potential of your cranes and to boost your productivity.
We offer you a comprehensive range of training courses that qualify your staff in the safe
and efficient operation and maintenance of mobile harbour cranes and their components.
You benefit from our many years of experience. We continuously develop our training
courses on the basis of intensive customer interaction and local expertise. With practical
work carried out on cranes, we ensure that your staff acquires the relevant know-how.
We document the participant’s successful completion of the course with our training
certificates, which are recognised by the industry.
The most important benefits
 Modular, practice-oriented training programme
 Highly qualified trainers and state-of-the-art equipment
 Comprehensive training documentation for each course
 Renowned Gottwald training certificate
 Training courses held at our Düsseldorf and Antwerp training centres
or onsite at your port
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Training Centre in Düsseldorf, Germany
Highlights:
 Highly experienced trainers
 State-of-the-art training workplaces with their own PC
and the Simatic Manager
 Simulators to represent the crane control system
 Comprehensive training documentation for each course
 Renowned Gottwald Training Certificate
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Integrated Training Concept
for Technical Training
Targets
 Acquiring and improving
the necessary skills and
 Application of skills
gained from classroom
training course to
practical use
 Improved productivity
through minimum
downtimes and well
trained staff
Concept:
Technical Training 1 & 2
 Maintenance and
service technicians
Basic Training Hydraulics
Basic Training Simatic S7
 Maintenance and
service technicians
Troubleshooting Training
(onsite)
 Experienced service
technicians
Safe operation and
maximum handling rates
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Target group
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Technical Training
Technical Training 1
General instructions
Mobile Harbour Cranes
 General diagram G HxK
 Superstructure/Chassis/etc. G HxK
Documentation
 Training manual
 Operating and maintenance manuals
 Spare parts catalogue (CD ROM)
Electrics
 Designation system for control systems and
auxiliary units
 Functional groups, function designations, etc.
 Circuit diagram booklet
Participants:
Duration:
max. 8 persons
5 days
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Hydraulics
 Introduction to hydraulics
 Illustration of hydraulic symbols
 Hydraulics circuit diagrams
Functions and design
 Crane control system
 Superstructure and tower setup
 Hoist function and setup
 Slewing gear function and setup
 Luffing gear function and setup
Optional for G HMK/HMK
 Chassis setup
 Travel gear function and setup
 Steering function and setup
 Brake function and setup
 Stabilizer function and setup
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Technical Training
Technical Training 2
Programmable Logic Control (PLC)
PLC on Mobile Harbour Cranes
 Industrial PC/ hardware/software/Ethernet
 Controller S7 300/S7 400 setup/displays
PROFIBUS DP
 PROFIBUS DP components and interface
 S7 hardware configuration
ET 200S
 IM 151 interface module setup and displays
 ET 200S input and output modules
ASI Bus
 Setup/function
 Master and slave module setup/function
Participants:
Duration:
max. 8 persons
5 days
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CAN Bus (G HxK only)
 Setup/function
 Master and slave module setup/function
STEP 7 programming environment
 Organisation Blocks (OB)
 Function Blocks (FB)
 Function (FC)
 Data Blocks (DB)
Programming languages
 Structured text (STL)
 Function block diagram (FBD)
 Ladder diagram (LAD)
Online functions
 Main window
 Menu and toolbar
 Object organiser
 Variable table (VAT)
User program
 Components/user program blocks/
block types/etc.
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Technical Training
Basic Training Simatic S7
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
 Fundamental programmable logic
controller (PLC)
 Memory areas
 Program cycle
 Block types
 Data types
 Addressing
Programming of the PLC
 Programming languages
 Structured text (STL)
 Function block diagram (FBD)
 Ladder diagram (LAD)
 Digital and analog instructions
PLC hardware
 Central device S7 300/S7 400 (CPU)
 Decentralised periphery (ET 200 station)
 Hardware configuration
 Profibus connection
Participants:
Duration:
max. 6 persons
5 days
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Simatic Manager
 General Set Up
 Objects
 User interface and operation
 Applications
 Creating logic blocks
 Multiple Instances in the variable declaration
 Entering and editing addresses and parameters
 Editing FBD and STL elements
 Establishing online connections
 Download/Upload
 Deleting on the programmable controller
 Compressing the user memory
 Managing multilingual texts
Simulation tool
 SIMATIC S/-PLCSIM
 Belt model (hands-on)
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Technical Training
Troubleshooting Training (onsite & hands-on)
Electrics
 Fault finding with Visumatic
 Fault finding with electrical booklet and
multimeter
Profibus DP
 Review connections at components and
interfaces
 Bypass faulty components
Hydraulics
 Fault finding with Visumatic and hydraulic
diagram
ET 200S
 Evaluate status LEDs
 Check input and output modules
Programmable Logic Control (PLC)
 Introduction of the user program
 Pinpoint faults in the program
 Error logging
 Error recovery
ASI Bus
 Evaluate status LEDs
 Replace faulty components
 Readdress connected slaves
 Display digital and analogue values
Online functions
 Diagnose online status of the crane
 Display variable in VAT
 Compare online/offline user program
 Download user program
Participants:
Duration:
max. 4 persons
5 days
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Training Centre in Antwerp, Belgium
Highlights:
 Highly experienced trainers
 Two state-of-the-art simulators featuring many operating
scenarios that are adapted to Gottwald Mobile Harbour
Cranes
 HMK 260 E Mobile Harbour Crane for hands-on training
 Renowned Gottwald Training Certificate
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Integrated Training Concept
for Crane Operators
Targets
Concept:
 Acquiring and improving
the necessary skills and
 Application of experience
gained from simulator
training course to
practical use
 Improved productivity
through on-site
instruction on your own
harbour cranes
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Simulator training
Target group
 Crane drivers with little
experience or none
Hands-on training
On-site training
 Experienced crane drivers
container
EUR
h
EUR
 50
 2,000
 100,000
h
container
year
year
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Crane Operator Training
Simulator & Hands-on Training Antwerp
Safety remarks (theory)
 General remarks about Mobile Crane
 General safety instructions
 Emergency stop buttons
 Smoke detection system
 Dead man switch
 Daily inspections
Remarks for operation (hands on)
 General operating function
 Requirements for Crane operation & travelling
Remarks how to use the Visualization
(hands on)
 Visumatic-Symbols/Language/Time
 Spreader/hook selection screen
Basic operation (Simulator/hands on)
 Practice for driving experience and handling
Hook operation (Simulator/hands on)
 Attaching the hook swivel gear
 Catching the load
 Loading and unloading different
vessel types
Spreader operation (Simulator/hands on)
 Gravity compensation, telescoping
 Handling of the flippers
 Locking/Unlocking
 Loading and Unloading
Grab operation if necessary (Simulator)
Lowering and raising the boom
for maintenance works (hands on)
Participants:
Duration:
max. 2 persons
3 weeks
(Simulator Training: 2 weeks,
Hands-on Training: 1 week)
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Crane Operator Training
From Zero to Hero General Cargo/Grab
Lifting gear and use of lifting gear
 Shackle between hoist and cargo
 Supervision of actions
 Maintenance lifting gear/Use of lifting gear
 Calculating the S.W.L.
International signals
 Warning signals
 General moves and signals
 Vertical/horizontal movement
 Danger
 Radio communication
Driving and placing of the crane
 Driving and crab steering
 Easy manoeuvring through bottlenecks
 Placing the crane in the best position (hatch) to
work on a vessel
 Stabilizer pads and beams of the crane
 Parking the crane (off work, power cable)
Participants:
Duration:
max. 2 persons
4 weeks
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Pre use check up
Safety procedure crane driver
 Storm warning
 Transport of people
 Load diagram
 Visibility
 Communication with technical staff
 Portside and star board
 Related tasks
 Basic knowledge of ship structure
Operating of the crane
 Rotation of the crane
 Combining the movements/Beam movements
 Following of pre-determined route
with a empty hook
 Approaching of cargo on a correct and safe way
 Hoisting and lowering of cargo
 Placing of cargo on trailers or mafis
 Loading and unloading cargo in and out of a hatch
 Operating and rotating a empty grab
 Loading and unloading of bulk
 Problem solving
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Crane Operator Training
Upgrade to Mobile Harbour Crane
Safety procedure crane driver
 Storm warning
 Transport of people
 Load diagram
 Visibility
 Communication with technical staff
 Portside and star board
 Related tasks
 Basic knowledge of ship structure
(cells, gliders, bay’s)
 Technical safety procedures
 Working methods
Pre use check up
 General daily check up (tour of the crane)
 Safety path of the crane
 Engine room
 Lights, horn, communication systems etc
 Testing all movements before starting to work
 Parking the crane (off work, power cable)
Participants:
Duration:
max. 2 persons
2 weeks
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Driving and placing of the crane
 Driving
 Crab steering (optional)
 Easy maneuvering through bottlenecks
 Placing the crane
 Stabilizer pads and beams of the crane
 Parking the crane (off work, power cable)
Operating of the crane
 Rotation and Movements
 Operating and rotating the spreader
 Working with telescopic spreader/twin spreader
 Operating flippers and flipper arm
 Approaching of the containers on a correct
and safe way
 Hoisting and lowering containers
 Placing of the containers on trailers or mafis
 Loading and unloading containers from
a deck/in a hold
 Handling hatch covers
 Attachments over-height
 Problem solving
 Risk detection and safety
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Crane Operator Training
Upgrade to Automatic Container Spreader
Safety procedure crane driver
 Storm warning
 Transport of people
 Load diagram
 Visibility
 Communication with technical staff
 Portside and star board
 Related tasks
 Basic knowledge of ship structure
(cells, gliders, bay’s)
 Technical safety procedures
 Working methods
Participants:
Duration:
max. 2 persons
1 week
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Operating of the crane with automatic
container spreader
 Rotation of the crane with spreader
 Combining the movements with spreader
 Beam movements with spreader
 Operating and rotating the spreader
 Working with telescopic spreader
 Operating flippers and flipper arm
 Approaching of the containers on a correct
and safe way
 Hoisting and lowering containers
 Placing of the containers on trailers or mafis
 Loading and unloading containers from
a deck/in a hatch
 Handling hatch covers
 Attachments over-height
 Working with twin-spreader
 Problem solving
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Prices 2012
Technical Training
 Technical Training 1 (1 week)
 Technical Training 2 (1 week)
 Basic Training Hydraulics (1 week)
 Basic Training Simatic 7 (1 week)
 Troubleshooting Training onsite & hands-on (1 week)
EUR 7,500/max. 8 participants1, 2
EUR 7,500/max. 8 participants1, 2
EUR 7,500/max. 8 participants1, 2
EUR 7,500/max. 8 participants1, 2
EUR 7,500/max. 4 participants1, 2
Crane Operator Training
 Simulator & Hands-on Training Antwerp (3 weeks)
EUR 24,500/max. 2 participants2
 From Zero to Hero General Cargo/Grab onsite (4 weeks)
 Upgrade to Mobile Harbour Crane (2 weeks)
 Upgrade to Automatic Container Spreader (1 week)
EUR 30,000/max. 2 participants2
EUR 15,000/max. 2 participants2
EUR 7,500/max. 2 participants2
Training courses carried out in Düsseldorf can also be booked for a single participant (EUR 2,000/week)
For more information please contact us.
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Training can be carried out in Düsseldorf or on-site at your terminal.
Prices excluding cost for travel time, flight, hotel and other expenses.
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Please contact us!
Carsten Wittmer
Head of Training
Tel.: +49 (0) 211 7102-3311
[email protected]
Alexander Bongart
Manager Training Operation / Trainer Gottwald Products
Tel.: +49 (0) 211 7102-3546
[email protected]
We are pleased to submit an offer to you!
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