The Powertrain course is now fully CPD accredited. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) accreditation demonstrates the exceptional quality of training delivered during Powertrain, as well as the continued commitment by the SAE team to improve the course for our customers. Delegates will be awarded with 13 CPD hours for completing the Powertrain Course.
The course is specifically designed for our customers, especially those electrical, mechanical and consulting engineers that design and specify generator installations.The training will give you a chance to explore the products that we offer and discuss projects with the SAE team.
The engines, alternators and gensets that Cummins offers will be discussed, highlighting the key technical advantages that we can provide to our customers.
Key installation considerations will be discussed such as cooling & ventilation, fuel systems, exhaust systems, emissions and noise.
Low voltage, medium voltage & high voltage applications pose different challenges which will be discussed in depth.
The controllers that we offer and the technical capabilities of these will be discussed in detail. Paralleling considerations will be a key discussion point.
Take the opportunity to see our products in action with our genset simulator. With our live workshop, you will have the chance to practically apply what you have learnt by tackling real life project examples. Finally, you can explore the factory facilities at our European Headquarters in Kent with a factory tour
This is one of few tailored courses offered by a leading company in the power generation industry, where you can be confident that you are receiving the highest quality of training from SAE experts in their chosen fields. The course includes a group dinner to give you the chance to network with colleagues in your field (please see the agenda for details). If you are interested in joining the Powertrain, please use the link below.
The Powertrain course is free of charge and lasts for 2 full days. Lunch, refreshments and all training materials are provided. Attendees are expected to attend both days in full and cover their own travel and accommodation expenses and arrangements.
All Non EU applicants should send their application to their local Cummins distributor who will then book a place on the course. If you will require a visa, please forward to your distributor a copy of your passport, the dates you would like to attend Power Training, together with the details of the Embassy who will process the visa application. You should also confirm whether or not you need a scan or original copy of the Letter of Invitation.
For further information, please contact [email protected].
|Tuesday 6 & Wednesday 7 February, 2018 - Fully Booked||2 days||Daventry, UK|
|Wednesday 23 & Thursday 24 May, 2018||2 days||Daventry, UK|
|Tuesday 20 & Wednesday 21 November, 2018||2 days||Daventry, UK|
|Wednesday 5th December, 2018 (Cummins Kent Staff Only)|
Future dates may be added.
How to Complete Registration
Please click here to complete the online registration form.