PILOT (Practical Industrial Lubrication Orientation Training) conducted at HeroMoto Corp (L&D Centre) “GuruKul”, Dharuhera (Haryana)
PILOT is a skill based lubrication training program specifically designed for lube technicians, operators and shop floor associates. Objective of this training program is to upgrade the skill of technicians who actually performs the lubrication and inspection tasks. To achieve this objective the program is conducted with the combination of classroom as well as onsite practical training (activity and accessory based)
PILOT is a unique program of its kind in which imparts training with the help of graphics, animations and videos along with practical training in the local language. In classroom training it covers fundamental stuffs like lubricant, lubrication, onsite oil analysis, lubricant condition monitoring using five senses… etc.
Focus of the program is to train technicians to “how to” do various lubrication related tasks safely, effectively as well as efficiently. Under practical training session, trainer gives demonstration of various best practices using standard hardware. To ensure transfer of knowledge, after every demonstration, technicians are asked to perform the same activity and findings are shared with the participants. Emphasis is also given on handling, maintenance and best practices of various accessories like grease gun, oil level indicator, oils sampling valves, filtration machines, constant level oilers etc.
PILOT also acts as a myth buster as it uncovers various lubrication myths which technicians might have absorbed over a period of time.
Lubrication Institute recently organised three public training programs on “Essentials of Machinery Lubrication “ & “Practical Oil Analysis” in Mumbai, Chennai & Delhi (India). Multiple nominations from companies in India & Overseas were received. Participants from Bajaj Auto Ltd , Bunge Foods Ltd, Fuchs (UAE) , Intertek (UAE), Indin Oil Corporation Ltd., Indian Petro & Chemicals, Hindustan Petroleum Ltd.), Praxair (Bahrain), Saint Gobain, TVS Tyres, and a host of other companies took part in the trainings.