Well-trained people ensure you get the most out of your installed systems and installations. Thanks to our expertise and experience as a system integrator and service provider, our trainers help customers to understand and utilise installations and automation systems. Our customer-specific training courses enable your operators and technicians to work more safely, effectively, efficiently.
Our training courses are tailored to your needs. The content is adjusted to match your wishes and the environment within which your employees will be working. In close consultation, we make sure that the training sessions are scheduled when your people are available. The combination of theory and practice in our training center ensures optimum knowledge transfer. This helps your employees in their daily work; in case of calamities, with quick fault detection and performing maintenance activitites.
With our broad knowledge as a system integrator, we are capable of preparing your employees to operate new systems and complete installations. Thereby we focus on maintenance, so your installation will remain effective and reliable in the future.
After a training course is completed, participants are provided with a certificate. Your employees are up to date on the latest system developments and are motivated to continue to develop their knowledge and skills. Our own engineers and technicians also receive training courses in order to keep them up to date on the developments.
Alongside training courses, Bakker Sliedrecht provides solutions, refurbishment projects and maintenance for your electrical installations, systems and automation. We also perform analyses and optimisation of your energy and automation systems.
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We offer training courses in both English Dutch and for various disciplines:
The Direct Sheet Plant (DSP) at Tata Steel produces high quality steel for a variety of industries. The equipment of the DSP that is required to process the steel is powered by 6,6 kV electrical drive systems of General Electric. Bakker Sliedrecht has been supporting the technical staff of the DSP with maintaining this critical equipment since 2015.