The Aerial Periodic Inspection course features five individual segments covering the Terex Utilities Aerial Platform Periodic Inspections. The training outlines the Terex Utilities inspection form as well as inspection points and criteria for the Aerial Periodic Inspection. Click here to view a more detailed outline of the Aerial Periodic Inspection course.
This lesson breaks the Terex Utilities Periodic Inspection form down, detailing the information that needs to be captured and providing explanations and examples on how the form is meant to be used.
The second lesson focuses on the components that fall into the Chassis and Body section of the inspection sheet. This section is broken into two separate lessons: Cab Controls and Body / Flatbed. Pictures and descriptions are used to provide examples of areas that need to be checked for each inspection point.
The Aerial Unit segment is broken into eight lessons: Basic Hydraulics, PTO/Pump, Outrigger/Torsion Bar System, Pedestal and Turntable, Booms and Platform, Platform Controls, Platform Leveling System, and Extension System. Pictures and descriptions are used to provide examples of areas that need to be checked for each inspection point.
The fourth segment is broken into three lessons: General Lubrication, Auxiliary Equipment, and Misc. Powered Equipment. Pictures and descriptions are used to provide examples of areas that need to be checked for each inspection point.
The final lesson installment covers “Red Tag” inspection items, providing details and examples to help the technician identify these deficiencies. This lesson is broken into four parts, each covering different items on the inspection sheet.
The entrance exam is provided to help you gauge your knowledge on the topics that will be covered in this training. It also provides the instructors with valuable feedback, allowing us to modify and expand the training to ensure it is as effective as possible. The entrance exam can be taken only once and should be completed before starting any of the training lessons. This exam as no effect on the final grade for the course.
A review quiz is provided after each lesson segment to allow the technician to gauge their knowledge and understanding of the topic. The review quizzes can be taken as many times as desired and have no effect on the final grade for the course.
The final exam consists of 70 multiple choice and true/false questions. To successfully pass this course, the technician must achieve a score of 90% or higher on the final exam in a maximum of 2 attempts. Upon the successful completion of this course, the technician will receive a Certificate of Completion for the course.
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