TRAINING

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR TRAINING ACTIONS AND ALIGN WITH CATERPILLAR QUALITY REQUIREMENTS.

As a pioneer in our country, STET continues to play a fundamental role in the training of operators and mechanics in the areas of Maintenance, Operation and Safety, with the objective of reducing accidents and ensuring the lowest operating costs, avoiding costly repairs, and, consequently, minimizing equipment downtime.

Accredited as a Training Entity since 1998 and a Certified Entity since 2015, STET has demonstrated its capacity to meet the criteria and requirements of the DGERT quality benchmark. 

With the rigorous quality of its training, STET is committed to on-site training as the preferred method for transmitting knowledge and developing skills with the target audience, which operates in construction and public works.

In line with the quality requirements of Caterpillar®, we have also obtained Excellence in Service Training Certification.


MACHINERY TRAINING

OPERATING AND SAFETY TECHNIQUES
Operational and Safety Techniques training actions aim to assist trainees in the development of technical skills necessary for the operation of Cat® equipment in order to ensure its profitability.

General Objective:
At the end of the training, trainees should be able to operate Cat® equipment properly and safely.

Specific Objectives:
Identify the symbology used in Cat equipment
Properly identify and use equipment controls
Properly perform preventive maintenance of equipment
Identify the safety procedures to be taken into account in the operation of the equipment studied
Apply the correct operational techniques in simulation of real work, correct inappropriate behaviors

Programmatic Objectives:
At the end of training, trainees will be able to:
 - Identify the symbology used in Cat equipment.
 - Correctly identify and use the controls of Cat Wheel Loaders.
 - Properly perform preventive maintenance of equipment studied
 - Identify the safety procedures to be taken into account in the operation of the equipment studied
 Apply the correct operational techniques in simulation of real work, correct inappropriate behaviors

Recipients: Operators of Cat equipment with operational experience

Equipment Covered: Wheel Loaders, Telehandlers, Crawler Excavators, Wheeled Excavators, Compactors, Motor Graders, Backhoe Loaders, Track-Type Tractors

Teaching Methods: Lecture, Q&A, active and demonstrative

Duration: 8 hours / 1 day

Schedule: to be defined

Max. and Min. Number of Trainees: 4 to 7

Location: At customer's facilities
MAPS - Machine Application and Performance Seminar
The training known as MAPS – Machine Application and Performance Seminar aims to assist trainees to develop the technical skills necessary to operate CAT equipment with a view to its profitability, maximizing production.

General Objective:
At the end of the training, trainees will be capable of identifying the appropriate operational techniques for CAT equipment in order to maximize production.
  
Specific Objectives:
 - Identify the appropriate operational techniques for CAT equipment in order to maximize production;
 - Identify the appropriate operational techniques that facilitate the profitability of CAT equipment;
 - Identify bad operating practices through the analysis of practical cases on digital media.

Programmatic Objectives:
At the end of training, trainees will be able to:
 - Identify the appropriate operational techniques for CAT equipment in order to maximize production;
 - Identify the appropriate operational techniques that facilitate the profitability of CAT equipment;
 - Identify bad operating practices through the analysis of practical cases on digital media

Teaching Methods: Lecture, Q&A, active and demonstrative

Duration: 7 hours / 1 day

Schedule: to be defined

Max. and Min. Number of Trainees: 5 to 12

Location: At customer's facilities
MAPS - Machine Application and Performance Seminar
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SET-UP AND OPERATION
"Set-Up and Operation" are training actions aimed at assisting trainees in acquiring knowledge of CAT equipment in order to ensure its profitability and maximize its uptime.

General Objective:
At the end of the training, the trainees should be able to describe the operation of the CAT equipment they have studied in order to reduce the downtime of such equipment.

Specific Objectives:
Identify components and describe the operation of various types of CAT engines.
Identify the components and describe the operation of various systems in the CAT equipment studied.
 
Programmatic Objectives:
At the end of training, trainees will be able to:
 - Identify the components and describe the operation of various types of electric motors used in CAT equipment.
 - Identify components and describe the operation in CAT equipment
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Recipients: Mechanics and Personnel with functional experience.

Equipment Covered: Wheel Loaders, Crawler Excavators, Articulated Trucks, Track-Type Tractors

Teaching Methods: Lecture, Q&A, active and demonstrative

Duration: 7 hours / 1 day

Schedule: to be defined

Max. and Min. Number of Trainees: 4 to 12

Location: At customer's facilitiese
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FORKLIFT TRAINING

FORKLIFT OPERATIONAL SAFETY TECHNIQUES
The "Forklift Truck Operational Safety Techniques" training actions aim to assist trainees in the development of technical skills required to operate forklift trucks safely, reducing the risk of accidents. Our programmatic content covers all brands of forklifts on the market.

General Objective:
At the end of the training, trainees must be able operate forklifts properly and safely.
  
Specific Objectives:
Correctly identify functions, types, parts and controls of forklifts.
Properly operate forklifts in the handling of loads, complying with safety regulations.
- Perform proper daily maintenance on the forklift.

Programmatic Objectives:
At the end of training, trainees will be able to:
 - Correctly identify functions, types, parts and controls of forklifts.
 - Properly operate forklifts in the handling of loads, complying with safety regulations.
 - Perform proper daily maintenance on the forklift.

Recipients: Forklift operators with functional experience

Teaching Methods: Lecture, Q&A, active and demonstrative

Duration: 8 hours / 1 day

Schedule: to be defined

Max. and Min. Number of Trainees: 4 to 12

Location: At customer's facilities