Crown Training material

Would like to see if anyone has training material on Access modules for all of the crown Access 1,2,3 etc? Please let me know, I'm trying to learn the theory of how they work. Thanks
  • Posted 5 Nov 2016 00:12
  • Discussion started by Bwkw
  • North Carolina, United States
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Safety_t as stated by myself and others only vpcrown can provide specific training on access 1,2,3 it's specific to their trucks. Stop trolling the forum offering what you can't really give. Back to OP crown do offer training on this were an end user and we get it contact them and as I said don't go dicking about with things on trucks you know nothing about, that's how accidents happen
  • Posted 27 Aug 2017 07:32
  • Reply by lifter01
  • West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Only Crown can give the training for the Access 123. Marc is right. Attend on DP training given by Crown.
  • Posted 24 Jul 2017 17:38
  • Reply by rannie
  • AJMAN UAE, United Arab Emirates
I am running a training courses company who is able to provide any type of training and safety trainings. I hope this is good for you. So I can help to provide more information regarding training services and tips.
  • Posted 23 May 2017 17:17
  • Reply by safety_t
  • Alberta, Canada
These are crown specific and your outside training will not help thanks tho
  • Posted 19 Feb 2017 07:08
  • Reply by Bwkw
  • North Carolina, United States
this is sort of like saying "I have a good understanding of wheels and balance since I can ride a bike, so now I want to design a jet airliner".
there are LOTS of theory of electronics and electricity that is particular to motive traction motors (a motor becomes a generator as soon as it is being driven, and not driving, as example) and forklift operation, and hydraulics before really being able to get the average person's head into the operations and functions of any electric forklift's control systems.
A solid understanding of motors and generators, then into semiconductors, then explaining the operation of field effect transistors, and a solid knowledge of forklift physics would be prerequisite to 'just jumping into the 123 modules' operational understanding, in my not too humble opinion.
  • Posted 19 Feb 2017 03:53
  • Reply by edward_t
  • South Carolina, United States
"it's not rocket surgery"
Agreed ; Crown does offer training foe customer maintenance pe0ple
  • Posted 17 Feb 2017 03:21
  • Reply by triumphrider
  • Texas, United States
I would recommend going to Crown.com to find your local branch and pay to attend a DP training class.
  • Posted 17 Feb 2017 00:52
  • Reply by marc_l
  • United States
I recommend contacting crown as to be honest if you have no experience with access 1 2 3 you shouldn't really be dicking about with it. On a footnote the sharing of training/ service manuals is against the forums terms and conditions so please don't ask
  • Posted 3 Dec 2016 09:28
  • Reply by lifter01
  • West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Hello, I hope you are doing great. Well, I am a professional electrician and pursued my electrical training online from Australia. If you want training material on Access modules then you can browse through relevant websites online. I can recommend you my online training company VE training institute.
  • Posted 29 Nov 2016 16:25
  • Reply by Davidnoah
  • Queensland, Australia

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