Virtual Reality Training
HYDAC Australia, a leader in fluid power technology, has partnered with Deakin Motion Lab to create a stunning Virtual Training environment that overcomes geographic barriers and corona virus social distancing requirements.
The Virtual Reality Training technology brings together students and trainers from across the country, all interacting in real-time in the same virtual space.
The cutting edge technology allows for the first time, the unique possibility for students and trainers, all to be in different locations, and virtually come together in a bespoke virtual training space. It allows direct interaction with the equipment, real time instruction, feedback, verification of skills, and more.
The unique possibility to educate, teach new skills and verify safe working practices for workers at home or located in different geographical locations, means training can continue and even be improved in this travel and distance restricted time.
For more information on HYDAC's Virtual Reality training, read https://www.hydac.com.au/news/post/hydac-australia-develops-virtual-training-environment-that-escapes-covid-19.html
Alexa, open HYDAC
You can now interact with us by talking to Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.
Just say, "Alexa, open HYDAC" or "Hey Google, talk to HYDAC", in order to start our voice application.
Once you launched our voice app, you can ask us information related to our technical training courses here in Australia and New Zealand. For instance, you can ask: "When is the next Basic Hydraulics 1 course?"
Alexa or Google can tell you the course dates, venue, cost, course duration, etc... You can also request for the enrolment information to be sent right to your phone, for your convenience.
On this voice app, you can also listen to our latest podcasts; just say "listen to podcasts". Our podcasts are related to industrial internet of things, mobile hydraulics and industrial hydraulics.
Find out more: https://www.hydac.co.nz/news/post/alexa-open-hydac.html
HYDAC has been recognised, for the second year in a row, as an ABA100 winner in The Australian Business Awards 2020 for TRAINING EXCELLENCE!
Now in their fifteenth year, The Australian Business Awards program provides notable opportunities for high-performing organisations which implement world-class business initiatives and develop innovative products and services to be acknowledged and honoured for their achievements both nationally and internationally. The national winners are benchmarked in the international chapter of the program at The World Business Awards whereby participants are provided with the unique opportunity to benchmark themselves against the top performers globally.
HYDAC provides customised training solutions to organisations. We can tailor the courses based on company’s particular needs, as an example of that, recently we built a hydraulic course to AGCO, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agriculture solutions. AGCO is an organisation that recognises the importance of continuous learning and they want to ensure that their employees and dealer has the knowledge to keep ahead of the competition.
The course has been structured around AGCO tractor circuits, Massey Ferguson and Fendt. The training has been a success and several employees and dealers are still attending the course.
If you would like a customised course for your organisation, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1300 449 322.
With this course, it was easy to understand everything! It's very easy to follow, step by step, the instructions and lessons given during the course. I think that the instructor is very kind, possesses high skills and know-how to easily share his knowledge with his students. We learnt things like safety in relation to hydraulic circuits and reading schematic drawings.Basic Hydraulics 1
This course was very interesting as it gave me insights on systematically the following schematic to ensure setup is totally correct. At the end of the course, I was able to recognise components and functions, and being able to connect a circuit together.Practical Hydraulics
In this course, we studied the repair process of hydraulic components and systems, as well as the understanding of how failures occur. It also teaches us the approach one man take to rectify the issues. What's more, this course was delivered effectively while being highly enjoyable.Maintain Hydraulics 2
The pump controls and pressure sequencing information were very interesting and I particularly enjoyed all the calculations of the cylinder. As a service technician, all aspects of this course are relevant to my work.Intermediate Hydraulics 3