Training Center for system technology

Practical training using actual nacelles

A high proportion of Deutsche Windtechnik's employees work in technical service. Accordingly, we attach great importance to training because it ensures work quality and motivation.

In addition, there is a growing shortage of skilled workers, and this underscores the important role of a competence centre for system engineering. The rapid development of technology, systems, processes and learning methods means that companies must utilise intelligent, agile methods in their leadership and must inspire their employees.

At our Training Center in Viöl (Schleswig-Holstein), knowledge transfer takes place under unique conditions: Practical training is given under realistic conditions in actual nacelles from a range of manufacturers.

Jens Krippner

Jens Krippner

Senior Manager Training Center Viöl

Phone:+ 49 4843 20448 162

Training Center for system technology

Actual turbines from the manufacturers Vestas, NEG Micon, Siemens, Enercon as well as Senvion at the beginning of 2019 form the centrepiece, which is most likely unique in Germany. The permanently installed nacelles represent almost the entire spectrum of technology that service technicians deal with in their daily work. Troubleshooting tasks can be performed and practical questions regarding electrical engineering, mechanics, hydraulics, control and operation can be clarified here simultaneously at this one training location. The training concept includes both basic training and subject-specific training.

The competence centre offers customers the opportunity to have their staff trained by trainers with extensive industry experience. In addition to standardised courses, we also design demand-driven, individual concepts. The training courses gain additional attractiveness through features such as on-the-job training, field support, external experts, state-of-the-art media and much more.

The focus of our training courses is the creation of entrepreneurial added value for the customer. One important principal is the development of solutions by the participants themselves. It contributes to the long-term anchoring of knowledge and provides a sense of achievement. A continuous exchange of ideas and solutions as well as the final analysis ensure lasting further development for participants and trainers alike.

In contrast to the manufacturer, Deutsche Windtechnik is not obligated to any particular technology. This freedom means that problems and findings can be addressed openly and transparently. The transfer of know-how also promotes technical transparency and quality in the market.