Brake Repairman

About The Course

The course is aimed at workshop personnel, concludes with an examination and lasts 40 hours.

Conclusion and Goal

Qualification for maintaining brakes on auxiliary vehicles of standard design without a brake computer


Completed training in a commercial technical training occupation in accordance with Section 25 of the Vocational Training Act or an equivalent occupation in accordance with Article 37 of the Unification Agreement of August 31, 1990, 6 months of practical work in the maintenance of rail vehicles, mainly on braking systems Knowledge of the German language, both written and spoken, to the required extent


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