Hydraulic Specialist Interactive Study Guide

6 modules


Donna Pollander



This interactive study manual will help you to prepare for the IFPS Hydraulic Specialist Exam.

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Job Responsibility 1.0: Understand the Function of Hydraulic Components in Circuits.
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Job Responsibility 2.0: Analyze Loads and Motion.
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Job Responsibility 3.0: Selecting Components for Hydraulic Systems.
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4.0: Analyze and Troubleshoot Hydraulic Systems.
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5.0: ElectroHydraulic Control Systems.
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Added 5 months ago, by John
Added 8 months ago, by Anonymous
Several issues with questions and answers throughout the course. Someone with your company needs to review these. Images don't align with questions or are too small to be viewed, values are flipped and there are even instances where the incorrect answer is selected by IFPS; I will select an answer, then am told it is incorrect and the explanation results in the same answer that I selected. It appears these were not reviewed by who made the electronic course... Overall good information on the slides, I would suggest reorganizing the course layouts though. The first course starts off with how the full system is constructed assuming prior knowledge of each component (which is fine if it is only a system level course) but then each component is explained in detail later on, why would the detail level explanations not come first...? As stated above, this electronic version is a good go at your own pace option with plenty of information, but I would not recommend purchasing it until the product is (re-)reviewed by IFPS and the various bugs and poor layout is fixed.
Added 8 months ago, by Anonymous
Some picture cropping problems. A multiple-choice question uses the wrong image for the question (in the hydraulic troubleshooting section). Why is this so much more expensive than the textbook? It is basically the textbook in text-to-speech. I could do this with the PDF for free!
Added over 2 years ago, by Daniel
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Added over 3 years ago, by Mike

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