3 Steps to Completing the Program
1. Bolting Principles and Procedures
This training and assessment is designed to improve your knowledge of the principles and procedures involved in bolting. It is delivered in four online courses with multiple-choice reviews:
Module 1: Principles of the Bolted Joint and ASME PCC-1
Module 2: Flanges, Fasteners and Gaskets
Module 3: Putting It Together/Taking It Apart
Module 4: Bolting Safety and Tool Handling
2. Bolting Specialist Application Packet and Final Examination
After completing the 4 online courses and passing each multiple-choice review, you will need to submit an application to enroll in the Final Examination. In the application, a reference will need to complete a form, verifying that you have completed at least 6 months of work experience in bolted joint assembly. Once this application packet is approved, you will be enrolled in the online Final Examination.
3. Hands-On Tool Demonstration and Assessment
This training and assessment is delivered in a one-day session at Maxpro’sAuthorized Training Facility in Horsham Pa. or onsite at your location or office. Maxpro’s Authorized Training Instructor will review, observe, and demonstrate actual tool handling and safety principles. Throughout the training you will demonstrate that you can operate various bolting tools including; manual torque wrenches, pneumatic & battery-operated torque guns, hydraulic low clearance & square drive torque wrenches and hydraulic & mechanically operated tensioners. We will cover proper assembly & disassembly of functioning joints along with proper hardware & gasket identification.
*This training can only be taken after successful completion of all four online courses and the final examination.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROGRAM OR HOW TO APPLY, CONTACT Maxpro Corporation’s Authorized Training Instructor, Alex Ricciardi toll-free at 888-315-0175 or via email at BoltingTraining@maxprocorp.com.
*This qualification does not make any determination of an individual's capabilities in applying this general knowledge within a specific work environment or under actual working conditions. It remains the sole responsibility of the employer of the individual to determine competency for assigned tasks and work. It is not a certification.