Hydraulics 4.0 course is the fourth course in a series that builds towards MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering (Fluid Power). This course is designed to be completed after our Hydraulics 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0, in conjunction with holding the relevant Certificate III and meeting the prerequisite requirements.
When combined with, Hydraulics 1.0, Hydraulics 2.0 and Hydraulics 3.0 (plus fulfilling the prerequisites), contribute to the total units of competencies required for the MEM40105 Certificate IV in Engineering (Fluid Power).
This course is designed to support the learner’s needs in understanding more advanced hydraulic systems, as well as a complete overview of the five basic hydraulic systems.
The course combines book and instruction based learning with practical exercises and assessments utilising our purpose built, state of the art Hydraulic Training Rigs.
To be eligible to receive certification (a statement of attainment) for Hydraulics 4.0, the learner must demonstrate that prerequisites have been met. The prerequisites can be seen below.
- MEM18001C – Use hand tools
- MEM09002B – Interpret technical drawing
- MEM12023A – Perform engineering measurements
- MEM18003C – Use tools for precision work
- MEM18002B – Use power tools/hand held operations
- MEM18006C – Repair and fit engineering components
- MEM18020B – Maintain hydraulic system components
- MEM18021B – Maintain hydraulic systems
- MEM18055B – Dismantle, replace and assemble engineering components
- MEM12025A – Use graphical techniques and perform simple statistical computations
- MEM18018C – Maintain pneumatic system components
- MEM18016B – Analyse plant and equipment condition monitoring results
- MEM18019B – Maintain pneumatic systems
- MEM18022B – Maintain fluid power controls
- MEM12024A – Perform computations
- MEM18010C – Perform equipment condition monitoring and recording
- MEM18023B – Modify fluid power system operation
- MEM10004B – Enter and change programmable controller
- MEM10005B – Commission programmable controller
Course content includes:
- Review of Hydraulic Principles
- Revision of Actuators, Cylinders, Motors, Pumps, Valves, Hoses and Line Sizing
- System Failures and Troubleshooting
- Predictive Maintenance; Preventative Maintenance; Corrective Action Plans; Contractual Obligations
- Cylinder Mounting and Rod Buckling
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Hydraulic Control Systems
- System Testing and Re-instatement