Custom Fluid Power Training, a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and division of national hydraulic components supplier Custom Fluidpower , recently issued its first Cert IV in fluid power qualification.
Nathan Tukuafu, National Training Coordinator for Custom Fluid Power Training, issued Custom Fluidpower employees Will Lane and Jake Rosolen with their Certificate IV in Fluid Power qualification from the RTO this month.
Custom Fluidpower CEO Mark O’Leary presented the pair with their certificates.
He notes that the pair “started with the company as apprentices at our Emerald branch. To see them achieve this qualification was an honour.”
The new training division, Mr O’Leary continues, provides the company with an opportunity not only to educate its own staff, but to offer training services to people in industries that come into contact with fluid power systems and equipment.
“This in turn increases the safety of people working with fluid power, something that is of top priority to our organisation,” he adds.
Custom Fluid Power Training offers a range of training packages that:
- meet current industry best practice
- are aligned to national standards; and
- are MDG41 compliant.
Assessments of competency are based on the performance of actual tasks, and underpinned by knowledge to ensure the task is completed to meet the relevant standards.