Forklift Inspection, Battery Charging & Refueling Training Video | DuPont Sustainable Solutions

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Our “Forklifts: Inspect, Recharge, Refuel” video and online training course go beyond operational forklift training to give employees an in-depth look at the importance of and steps for performing a pre-operational inspection. It also shows how to charge and change a battery and outlines the hazards associated with refueling gas, diesel or LPG engines.

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Military Apprenticeships – Receiving Your Electrician Training In The Armed Service

Do you know that you can receive electrical training free of charge in the military, as well as earn good money to do it? Even though it’s very comparable to going through a civilian apprenticeship with the NJATC or an electric firm sponsored apprenticeship, the big difference is that you’ll get paid a great deal more in the armed service. You are going to also be compensated with many excellent benefits if you choose to continue with the military after you’ve concluded your military services electrician apprenticeship.

The great thing about having your electrician training in the armed forces is that you are able to easily apply the relevant skills you’ve practiced to a civilian position once you’ve concluded your essential military service. Being a armed forces electrician, you’re going to find it simple getting the journeyman electrician permit or possibly a master electrician certificate, contingent on your level of experience in the field. Additionally, your skills and experience as an armed service electrician is going to be really valued by any would-be employer.

Tips On How To Be Eligible For Military Electrician Training

To qualify for an armed forces electrician apprenticeship, you’ll have to take the ASVAB. This assessment will establish if you possess the talent for the electrician MOS.

Once you’ve taken the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery exam and obtained your certification for the electrical MOS, you can pick from these military electrical programs:

1. The United States Army

The United States Army has the Interior Electrician military occupational specialty. As an Army electrician, you are going to be the one putting in and maintaining all of the Army’s internal electric structures.

2. The United States Air Force

The U.S. Air Force provides the Electrical Systems military occupational specialty. Being an Air Force electrician, your primary responsibility is to deploy, service and repair the elaborate electric networks in Air Force installations and bases.

3. The United States Navy

The U.S. Navy has the Construction Electrician military occupational specialty. As a Navy electrician, you will be building, servicing and operating the energy production and electrical transmission devices on Navy bases and installations.

4. The United States Marines

The U.S. Marines offer the Electrician military occupational specialty. Being a Marines electrician, you’ll be tasked with fitting, operating, maintaining and repairing power distribution devices for troops that are stationed in the region.

While every one of these programs are excellent, the U.S. Navy apprenticeship program in particular comes strongly recommended by veteran electricians in the field as the best choice.


Radio Training – Motorola Impres Battery Charger v511

a tutorial on Motorola’s IMPRES Portable Radio Charger for Warren County Public Safety and other agencies for whom we supply radios.


Battery Charging Methods

In this lesson we’ll learn about different lead acid battery charging methods. We’ll discuss single stage constant current charging, trickle charging, multi-stage constant current charging, constant voltage charging, the modified constant voltage or fast charging method, float voltage, gassing voltage, charge efficiency, and the equalization process.

For more ** FREE ** online technical training check out the following playlists available at the bigbadtech channel:
Basic Electronics 1: DC Circuit Analysis
Motor Control
Motors and Generators
Motor Drives/Variable Frequency Drives (VFD)
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)