Wind Turbine Service Technician Training

Long Term 65 days




A comprehensive 3-month Service Technician Training program that focuses on Mechanical, Electrical, and Hydraulics. This program is designed to equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to become a competent and effective service technician in the industry.

Our training program is conducted twice a year, with a strong emphasis on practical hands-on training to ensure that you are ready for real-world scenarios. With our expert trainers, you will receive personalized attention and guidance throughout the program to help you achieve your goals.

As part of our commitment to safety and quality, our training program includes GWO Safety Training and Technical Training Certifications. These certifications are recognized by the industry and demonstrate your commitment to safety and excellence in your work.

Upon successful completion of the program, you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel as a service technician. You will be in high demand and can expect to enjoy a rewarding career with numerous opportunities for growth and advancement.

Working in wind turbines requires a variety of skills and qualifications. Some of the desirable qualifications include:

  • Mechanical skills: Knowledge of mechanical systems, such as gears, bearings, and drive trains, is essential for wind turbine technicians. You should be able to perform routine maintenance and repairs on these systems, as well as troubleshoot and diagnose any issues that arise.
  • Electrical skills: Wind turbines have complex electrical systems, including generators, power converters, and control systems. You should have a solid understanding of electrical systems and be able to read electrical schematics, diagnose electrical faults, and perform electrical repairs.
  • Hydraulics skills: Wind turbines use hydraulic systems to control blade pitch and brake systems. You should have a good understanding of hydraulic systems, including valves, pumps, and hydraulic fluid properties, and be able to diagnose and repair any issues that arise.
  • Technical training: You should have completed a technical training program, such as the GWO (Global Wind Organization) Basic Technical Training, to gain a fundamental understanding of wind turbine technology, safety procedures, and maintenance practices.
  • Certifications: Certifications such as the GWO Blade Repair, GWO Hydraulic, or GWO Electrical, can also be beneficial and can help demonstrate your proficiency in specific areas.
  • Physical fitness: Working in wind turbines requires physical fitness, as you will need to climb to heights of over 100 meters to access the turbine components. You should be able to work at heights and in all weather conditions.

Overall, working in wind turbines requires a combination of technical knowledge, practical skills, and physical fitness. By possessing the desirable qualifications listed above, you can increase your chances of success in this exciting and rewarding field.