Cell Equipment Maintenance Operator

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240 hours

About Course

A cell equipment maintenance operator is responsible for the upkeep and repair of machinery and equipment used in cell manufacturing processes. They perform routine inspections, troubleshoot issues, and conduct preventive maintenance to ensure optimal machine performance. This role involves replacing faulty components, calibrating equipment, and documenting maintenance activities. The operator plays a critical role in minimizing downtime, enhancing production efficiency, and ensuring workplace safety by adhering to maintenance schedules and following safety protocols. Their expertise is vital in maintaining the reliability and functionality of equipment within cell manufacturing facilities.

What Will You Learn?

  • Learning Outcomes for Cell Equipment Maintenance Operator:
  • 1. Technical Proficiency
  • 2. Safety Compliance
  • 3. Equipment Efficiency
  • 4. Problem Solving
  • 5. Team Collaboration


  • Qualification: ITI/ 10th Pass
  • Age: 18 Years above
  • Experience: 6 to 18 Months

Course Content

Basics to PV Cell
Photovoltaic (PV) cells, often referred to as solar cells, are the fundamental building blocks of solar panels. These cells are semiconductor devices that convert sunlight into electricity through the photovoltaic effect. When exposed to sunlight, PV cells generate a flow of electrons, creating a direct current (DC) electrical output. Multiple PV cells are interconnected within solar panels to produce usable electricity. PV cells are crucial in harnessing renewable solar energy and contribute to sustainable power generation, making them a key component of the global transition toward clean and green energy sources. Understanding the basics of PV cells is essential for anyone involved in solar energy production and related industries.

  • Basics to Semiconductor
  • Solar Cell Principles & Production Environment
  • Short Review-1

Equipment Maintenance
Equipment maintenance in cell manufacturing involves regular inspections, repairs, and preventive measures to ensure the smooth operation and longevity of machinery used in the production of solar cells. This is critical to minimize downtime and maintain product quality.

6s Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment (OHSE)
6S Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment (OHSE) is an approach that extends the 5S methodology (Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain) by adding a sixth element focused on safety and environmental concerns in the workplace. It emphasizes creating a safe, clean, and organized work environment, reducing hazards, and promoting responsible environmental practices. This approach enhances workplace safety, minimizes risks, ensures regulatory compliance, and fosters a culture of continuous improvement in OHSE across various industries

Workplace Help & Resources
Workplace Help & Resources refer to the available support and assistance mechanisms within a workplace to help employees navigate various challenges. This may include HR services, counseling, employee assistance programs, and access to company policies and procedures. These resources aim to provide guidance on issues like health and well-being, workplace conflicts, and career development. They serve as a valuable source of information and support, fostering a positive and productive work environment. Employees can use these resources to seek help and guidance when needed, contributing to their overall job satisfaction and well-being.


RENX Academy

RENX Academy

16 Students
36 Courses

RENX offers best-in-class training solutions to various Industries and Manufacturing facilities. The courses have been tailormade for Various Skilled Technicians, Operators, Executives, Integrated line workforces, engineers and all kinds of associated partners for helping organisations to meet their manufacturing excellence.

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