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Technical & Vocational Courses


Maxpert technical course is a theoretical and on-job training to enhance the employee’s skills and develop his knowledge through the needed technical competency. Our experienced highly educated trainers develop and deliver the training material according to the latest technics and technology and according the client’s needs and specification

Mechanical Courses

The Hydraulics and Pneumatics courses employ a large range of industrial components and candidates build circuits using these so that they learn how to read the diagrams properly and fault-find when things don't go according to plan.

On the Mechanical Maintenance courses, we use custom-made alignment rigs for aligning Vee belts, pulleys, chains, transmission belts and conveyor belts. A range of gear boxes, pumps, bearings and gaskets are used. The Operators Skills course is intended for people with no assumed skills so it begins with how to use the tools properly and progresses towards how to isolate and perform some first-line maintenance tasks like adjusting mechanisms etc.

The Plumbing, Air Conditioning and Line Breaking courses are all focused on the dangers of working with these systems and how to perform tasks like isolating pressurised pipework, diagnosing AC faults and removing and replacing faulty taps, thermostatic valves etc.


Some of our courses:

Centrifugal Pumps & Compressor

Pumps, Compressor & Steam Turbine

Blowers; Boiler; Cooling Towers; Gear Boxes; Hydraulic and Pneumatic


Maintenacne Courses

Our maintenance programs provides mechanics, technicians and mechanical systems specialists with the educational tools and training to elevate their skill set, which boosts job performance and mitigates production problems.

Preventative maintenance guidelines and Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) for example, are designed to eliminate mechanical breakdowns, technical disruptions and equipment failure in a production environment. The goal is to alleviate production problems by employing highly trained and qualified mechanical maintenance operators and personnel who have extensive preventative maintenance knowledge and training in the most up-to-date best practices. Subsequently, mechanics and technicians who strengthen their skill set and progress their knowledge base have increased job security and opportunity for advancement in an array of mechanical careers.


Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

Maintenance Management

Preventive Maintenance Techniques

Predictive Maintenance

Predictive Maintenance: Vibration Analysis

Predictive Maintenance: Advanced Topics

Predictive Maintenance and Troubleshooting


Electrical Courses

On the Electrical Maintenance Skills courses, candidates learn about the relevant electrical principles, the legal issues, the dangers and then go on to learn how to terminate cables, read industrial circuit diagrams, use multimeters, insulation testers, voltage testers and proving units etc. The key skill on these courses is being able to isolate three phase systems safely and perform first-line maintenance like replacing motors and sensors.


Some of our Courses:

Reading Electrical Schematic Diagrams; Electrical Blueprint Reading

Electrical Wiring Practices; Electric Lamps; Lighting Control

Electrical Grounding; Wiring Electrical Circuits

Conductors and insulators in industry; Working with conduit

Electrical Boxes; Industrial panels, and raceways

Connecting electrical equipment; Industrial fuses

Industrial circuit breakers; Plugs, receptacles and lampholders

Industrial switches; Industrial relay ladder logic

Industrial relays, contractors and solenoids



Process Courses

Suggest this intensive topical program to electronic and instrumentation technicians, as well as electricians already working with process control equipment who need to upgrade their skills. Trainees learn everything from systems operation to maintenance procedures to troubleshooting with the process control training program.

As a prerequisite, students should be proficient in mathematics through algebraic equations, and have a basic, working knowledge of the principles of electricity, test equipment, electronic components, circuits, and troubleshooting.

Upon completion of the process control training program, they'll be able to:

  • Relate the role of the controller in a process control system.

  • Describe how the various solid state logic systems are used in industrial control applications.

  • Describe temperature, pressure, flow, humidity, weight and level applications, measurement, and control techniques.

  • Discuss the operation of a numerical control system, motor control systems, programmable controllers, and their relationship to computers and robots

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