Trailer Servicing & Maintenance
To be a trailer service engineer you must be able to identify the specialist components that are used in maintaining trailers and mobile plant. People who are working with trailers, must have the skill and technical knowledge to recognise worn components that need repairing or replacing.
Businesses who service and maintain customer's trailers. Vehicle service technicians, workshop fitters and team leaders who have responsibility within organisations for maintaining and servicing trailers, horseboxes, marine trailers, mobile plant and other towed equipment.
This single day programme includes instruction in the operation and identification of all running gear and trailer components used in the UK towing industry.
The training consists of practical ‘hands on’ demonstrations with plenty of delegate participation in trailer maintenance procedures throughout the day. All delegates will be given a full set of Trailer Servicing & Maintenance course notes to assist in learning the theory on your training day as well as using as references in the future. Our illustrated course notes include informative technical data and useful manufacturer’s specifications.
Delegates will be able to identify individual manufacturers of braking systems, couplings and hitches in common use in the UK. You will learn how to spot faults within the components, the possible causes and how to rectify them. The practical workshop and training sessions cover all aspects of trailer maintenance including servicing, commissioning auto-reverse brakes and troubleshooting.
This single day course is held at our training facility in Macclesfield, Cheshire. A light lunch and refreshments are provided. Maximum 6 delegates per course.
Successful delegates will be awarded an industry recognised NTTA and IMI Awards certificate valid for 5 years.