Course Summary

This one day ball and roller bearing training course will provide candidates with an overview on the most common types of ball bearings, roller bearings and housings through a mix of theory and practical learning.

You will learn how to maximise bearing life through an improved understanding of proper lubricating principles and functions. You will also participate in practical demonstrations using specialised equipment to correctly mount and remove bearings

This course is ideal for both mechanical and electrical engineers, engineers, designers etc. Delegates will require a good understanding of industrial safety and the ability to use basic hand tools.

This course can be customised to your organisation’s requirements and delivered in-house. Contact us to request a quotation for this course by emailing

Ball and Roller Bearing Training
  • Tuesday 13th October 2020
  • 1 day course
  • Contact us
  • Rotherham, South Yorkshire S63 5AB
  • Practical and Theory
  • Diagnose Common Bearing Faults

Learning Outcomes

Candidates who complete this ball and roller bearing training course will learn how to install and remove ball and roller bearings, diagnose common types of failure and gain a good knowledge of bearing types and their use in applications.

Course Agenda

  • Fitting and removal of a Cooper Split Roller Bearing on a shaft
  • Fitting and setting clearances on a Spherical Roller Bearing in a split housing on a shaft
  • Fitting and removal of a Deep Groove Ball Bearing on a shaft using an induction heater and mandrel
  • Lubrication and lubrication software
  • Radial and axial loads
  • Common applications
  • Sealing arrangements
  • Radial Internal Clearances
  • Limits and fits
  • Identify and interpret bearing faults and failures.

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