Training

Automation Training

Location:
WEG Electric Corp - Training Room
6655 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, GA 30097

AST1 - Drives and Soft-Starters Basic Commissioning for Distributors

This class will give the distributor fundamental tools required to perform a certified start up on a WEG Drive or Soft-Starters. Topics included will be cold power checks and wiring confirmation, programming common functions such as three-wire start, accel/decel ramp, min/max speed, electronic potentiometer, multi-speed, PID loops, etc. 

 

Objective: Train on how to perform basic start up on CFW`s, SSW`s and Panels.

Public: Distributor, Service Centers and Service team.

Course length: 3 days

Prerequisites: AST0 or similar experience with VFDs 

Date: August 17-19, 2021 (Duluth, GA)

 

Please do not to book any flights and/or hotels until the class is confirmed. WEG will notify all scheduled attendees, at least four weeks prior to the event, whether the event will take place or not.

AST2 - Pump Genius

This class will teach the participant the fundamentals of WEG’s Pump Genius software. Topics include basic set up of the Pump Genius system and use of the Pump Genius wizard. With hands on demos the student will learn how to set up simplex and multiplex pump systems, set up process set point and feedback control loops, configure for direct and reverse control, and set up and troubleshooting of faults and alarms. 

 

Objective: Train professionals to set up the Pump Genius Wizard.

Public: Distributor, Service Centers and Service team.

Course length: 1 day

Prerequisites: AST0 or AST1 or similar work experience plus basic understanding of simplex and multiplex booster pump systems 

Date: October 19, 2021 (Duluth, GA)

 
 
Please do not to book any flights and/or hotels until the class is confirmed. WEG will notify all scheduled attendees, at least four weeks prior to the event, whether the event will take place or not.

AST3 - Drives and Soft-Starters Maintenance and Troubleshooting

This class will give the participant detailed understanding of WEG drives for a service technician. Topics will range from basic commissioning to troubleshooting and maintaining general purpose drives. Through hands on training the student will learn troubleshooting of common problems as well as replacement of common parts in the drive. Upon successful completion, the student will be able to commission, maintain and troubleshoot and repair WEG drives in common applications. The class is required for a certified Service Center technician.

Objective: Train professionals to commission, troubleshoot and repair the WEG drives, Soft Starts and Panels.

Public: Service Centers and Service Teams.

Course length: 3 days

Prerequisites: Attend AST1 or pass AST1 test | Completed Service Center Registration Form

Date: September 14-16, 2021 (Duluth, GA)

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Please do not to book any flights and/or hotels until the class is confirmed. WEG will notify all scheduled attendees, at least four weeks prior to the event, whether the event will take place or not.

AST4 - MV Service Center

This class is for qualified candidates who wish to become a WEG Medium Voltage Authorized Service Partner.  Topics will include topology of the MV-01 and MV-3000 VFD, programming and parts identification.  A startup of a MV drive will be performed at the factory.

Objective: Train professionals to commission, troubleshoot and repair the MVW/01.

Public: Automation Service Team and Service Centers.

Course length: 2 days

Prerequisites: Completed Service Center Registration Form

Date: November 16-17, 2021 (Duluth, GA)

 
In order to be certified as a MV Service Partner, candidates must also attend a MV drive startup at a customer site.
 
Please do not to book any flights and/or hotels until the class is confirmed. WEG will notify all scheduled attendees, at least four weeks prior to the event, whether the event will take place or not.

AST5 - SSW7000 Commissioning and Troubleshooting

This class will give participants detailed understanding of the WEG SSW7000 Medium Voltage Soft-Starter.  Topics will range from inspection to basic start-up and troubleshooting.  Through classroom and hands-on training, the student will be able to commission, maintain and troubleshoot the SSW7000 soft-starter for common applications.

 

Objective: Train professionals to commission, troubleshoot and repair the SSW7000.

Public: Automation Service Team and Service Centers.

Course length: 1 day

Prerequisites: AST3 or similar experience.

Date: November 18, 2021  (Duluth, GA)

 

Please do not to book any flights and/or hotels until the class is confirmed. WEG will notify all scheduled attendees, at least four weeks prior to the event, whether the event will take place or not.