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Stage 2 Hydraulic Troubleshooting (HTS)

£750 + VAT per person


Before booking any of these courses you should:

  1. Check the Course Planner & Progression Route
  2. We recommend you complete the Stage 1 Hydraulics course
  3. If you have not completed the above course, complete our online self-assessment here

Is this the correct course for you based on your results? Please read the course information below, or feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

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Course aims/who is it for?

This STAGE 2 course is a follow on from the Stage 1 Hydraulics and designed for those who manage and maintain and maintain machinery employing Hydraulics as part of the overall system. It is a down-to-earth course delivered by NFPC Training Engineers with a vast experience associated with fault diagnosis, fault-prevention and how to better manage systems for optimum performance. The follow-on practical fault-finding day at the NFPC, will provide the opportunity for Candidates to the apply Fault-CauseRemedy approach to fault-finding: a technique that they can apply back in their place of work.

Industrial Hydraulics

Course Introduction

We welcome you to attend our FACE TO FACE COURSES at THE NATIONAL FLUID POWER CENTRE presented by NFPC Training Engineers with a vast knowledge and experience involved in the maintenance and management of FLUID POWER SYTEMS.

We do advise YOU to visit the NFPC website “Home-Page” and check out your current knowledge levels using our FOC Self Assessment Questionnaire.

Course Details

£750 per person excluding VAT

Face to face training at the NFPC will consist of Day 1 technical lectures and Day 2 practical training

If more information is required or you need help with a booking please contact Anne Clarke at NFPC Tel: 01909504539 or

Course Times

9am – 4pm  or as arranged by the Tutor

Course Objectives

On completion of this course candidates will:

  • know the causes of faults in hydraulic systems
  • have the knowledge base required to carry out fault diagnosis
  • know the symptoms that relate to changes in performance
  • know the causes of failure and associated preventive measures
  • know the “Principles of Troubleshooting”
  • know the step by step procedures to follow to carry out fault diagnosis
  • know the importance of health and performance monitoring
  • know the causes of hydraulic hose failure
  • know the problems associated with hydraulic oils in service
  • know the importance of good contamination management techniques
  • know the importance of following safe working practices at all times

£750.00 + VAT

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