Bob cat training in johannesburg

Bob cat training in johannesburg

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Bob cat training in johannesburg, We offer Theory, Video and Practical training sessions to enable the learner to understand and grasp the skills to their fullest.

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Bob Cat Training modules
Unit Standard No: 262712
Unit Standard Credits: 8
NQF Level: 2
Modules for bobcat driver training include
• Demonstrating knowledge of the functions of a skid steer loader.
• Planning for work activities and prepare work area.
• Starting and shutting down skid steer loader.
• Operating skid steer loader.
• Transporting skid steer loader to and from site.
How to operate/drive a bobcat skid steer

A skid loader, skid-steer loader or skidsteer is a small, rigid-frame, engine-powered machine with lift arms that can attach to a wide variety of buckets and other labor-saving tools or attachments.

Skid-steer loaders are typically four-wheeled or tracked vehicles with the front and back wheels on each side mechanically linked together to turn at the same speed, and where the left-side drive wheels can be driven independently of the right-side drive wheels. This is accomplished by having two separate and independent transmissions; one for the left side wheels and one for the right side wheels. Earliest versions of skid steer loaders used forward and reverse clutch drives. Virtually all modern skid steers designed and built since the mid-1970s use two separate hydrostatic transmissions (one for the left side and one for the right side).

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