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Approved training with Bachmann Monitoring with verified quality standards

Bachmann’s Condition Monitoring training program in Rudolstadt has been approved by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT). Training is carried out in full accordance with ISO 18436, the International Standard for the qualification of Condition Monitoring practitioners, and allows participants to seek certification as Vibration Analysts. 

Approval from BINDT independently verifies the high quality of training delivered by Bachmann and validates its training center to globally-recognized standards.

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Available Approved Training Courses

Vibration Analysis I

As per ISO 18436-2, Category 1 – The curriculum is intended to provide sufficient theoretical knowledge to support a range of pre-defined, simple vibration measurement tasks. There will be practical content to support this learning and to help to apply it to real-world situations. 

The training includes many case studies and examples of typical machines on which this might be applied.

This course supports certification as a category 1 Vibration Analyst through the BINDT PCN scheme.

Target Group 

  • Technicians tasked with collecting vibration data for the purposes of Condition Monitoring. This is basic training for initial entry to the field of Condition Monitoring

Prerequisites

  • Minimum 6 months experience

Content

  • Introduction to Condition Monitoring
  • Principles of Vibration
  • Data Acquisition
    • Instrumentation
  • Data Acquisition
    • Measurement
  • Recognising Poor Data
  • Equipment Knowledge
  • Vibration Signal analysis
  • Fault Finding
    • Fault Condition Recognition
    • General Fault Recognition
    • Basic Maintenance Action
    • Test Procedure
  • Introduction to Resonance
  • Corrective Action and acceptance testing
  • BINDT Vibration Analysis Category 1 Examination

Duration 30 Hours

Min. 5 / Max. 10 participants

Vibration Analysis II

As per ISO18436-2, Category 2 – The curriculum is intended to provide sufficient theoretical knowledge to extend the knowledge of someone who has already reached Category 1. 

In addition to the simple vibration tasks outlined above, the theory will support phase measurements, simple signal processing and basic fault analysis. There will be practical content to support this learning and to help to apply it to real-world situations. 

Examples and Case Studies will be taken from various machine types relevant to this level. This course supports certification as a category 2 Vibration Analyst through the BINDT PCN scheme.

Target Group 

  • Technicians working with vibration data for the purpose of machine Condition Monitoring. This course is aimed at technicians with knowledge equivalent to Category 1 and at least 18 months experience in the field, who routinely carry out diagnosis and reporting as well as basic measurement screening

Prerequisites

  • Minimum 18 months experience

Content

  • Introduction to Condition Monitoring
  • Principles of Vibration
  • Introduction to Resonance
    • Phase
    • Natural Frequency
    • Resonance and Critical Speeds
  • Data Acquisition
    • Instrumentation
  • Data Acquisition
    • Measurement
  • Recognising Poor Data
  • Monitoring Programme Definition
    • Equipment Knowledge
    • Reporting and Documentation
  • Vibration Signal analysis
  • Fault Finding and fault analysis
  • Corrective Action and acceptance testing
  • BINDT Vibration Analysis Category 2 Examination

Duration 38 hours

Min. 5 / Max. 10 participants

Vibration Analysis III

As per ISO18436-2, Category 3 – The curriculum is intended to provide sufficient theoretical knowledge to extend the knowledge of someone who has already reached Category 2. 

In addition to the standard vibration tasks outlined above, the theory will support the design of Condition Monitoring programmes including alarm and frequency band configuration. 

The training includes guidance on fault finding and root cause analysis, as well as the application of alternative techniques to complement or confirm results from Vibration Analysis. There will be practical content to support this learning and to help to apply it to real-world situations. Examples and Case Studies will be taken from various machine types relevant to this level.

This course supports certification as a category 3 Vibration Analyst through the BINDT PCN scheme.

Target Group 

  • Technicians and Engineers working in Condition Monitoring, who are involved with project definition and vibration investigations, as well as day to day monitoring and diagnostics

Prerequisites

  • Category 2 and minimum 36 months experience

Content

  • Introduction to Condition Monitoring
  • Principles of Vibration
  • Force/Response
  • Data Acquisition
  • Signal Processing
  • Monitoring Programme Definition
    • Condition Monitoring
    • Equipment Knowledge
  • Fault Finding
    • Fault Analysis
    • Equipment Knowledge
    • Fault Severity Determination
  • Advanced Diagnostics
    • Equipment testing and diagnostics
  • Use of Alternative Technologies
    • Alternative Condition Monitoring technologies
    • Equipment Knowledge
  • Corrective Action
    • Corrective Action (Balance and Alignment)
    • Equipment Knowledge
    • Fault Severity Determination
  • Acceptance Testing
    • Corrective Action (Balance and Alignment)
    • Acceptance Testing
    • Fault Severity Determination
  • BINDT Vibration Analysis Category 3 Examination

Duration 38 hours

Min. 5 / Max. 10 participants

Actual Dates:

DatesCategoryLanguage
18-22.07.22Vibration Analysis 2English
26-30.09.22Vibration Analysis 3English
07-11.11.22Vibration Analysis 2German
05-09.12.22Vibration Analysis 1German
30.01.-03.02.23Vibration Analysis 2English
27.02.-03.03.23Vibration Analysis 2German
20.03-24.03.23Vibration Analysis 3English

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