Advanced Electrical Maintenance

What topics are covered by the course?

Content

* Use of electrical test equipment
* Correct use of tools and equipment
* Recognition and testing of a range of electrical equipment, including contactors MCBs, RCDs and transformers
* Further use of EAWR and IEE Regulations
* Permits to work
* Safely isolating electrical equipment
* Terminating common types of cables
* Direct on line (DOL), star/delta starting
* AC variable speed drives
* Installation, servicing and testing of lighting systems
* Fault-finding and testing on electrical hand tools
* Operation of DC motors
* Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
* Electrical underpinning knowledge checked
* Continuing awareness of safety and regulations
* Use of electrical test equipment
* Recognition, servicing and fault finding on AC and DC motors
* Reading and working from electrical circuits and diagrams
* Danger board and locking off procedures
* Inter-wiring between distribution boards and electrical equipment Installation, servicing and testing of power circuits
* Introduction to basic electronics
* Maintaining and charging batteries

Who should attend?

Mechanical personnel who wish to become multi-skilled.

What will I be able to do on completion?

Content

* Use of electrical test equipment
* Correct use of tools and equipment
* Recognition and testing of a range of electrical equipment, including contactors MCBs, RCDs and transformers
* Further use of EAWR and IEE Regulations
* Permits to work
* Safely isolating electrical equipment
* Terminating common types of cables
* Direct on line (DOL), star/delta starting
* AC variable speed drives
* Installation, servicing and testing of lighting systems
* Fault-finding and testing on electrical hand tools
* Operation of DC motors
* Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
* Electrical underpinning knowledge checked
* Continuing awareness of safety and regulations
* Use of electrical test equipment
* Recognition, servicing and fault finding on AC and DC motors
* Reading and working from electrical circuits and diagrams
* Danger board and locking off procedures
* Inter-wiring between distribution boards and electrical equipment Installation, servicing and testing of power circuits
* Introduction to basic electronics
* Maintaining and charging batteries

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is an ongoing process throughout the course.

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

Content

* Use of electrical test equipment
* Correct use of tools and equipment
* Recognition and testing of a range of electrical equipment, including contactors MCBs, RCDs and transformers
* Further use of EAWR and IEE Regulations
* Permits to work
* Safely isolating electrical equipment
* Terminating common types of cables
* Direct on line (DOL), star/delta starting
* AC variable speed drives
* Installation, servicing and testing of lighting systems
* Fault-finding and testing on electrical hand tools
* Operation of DC motors
* Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
* Electrical underpinning knowledge checked
* Continuing awareness of safety and regulations
* Use of electrical test equipment
* Recognition, servicing and fault finding on AC and DC motors
* Reading and working from electrical circuits and diagrams
* Danger board and locking off procedures
* Inter-wiring between distribution boards and electrical equipment Installation, servicing and testing of power circuits
* Introduction to basic electronics
* Maintaining and charging batteries

Who Should Attend?

Mechanical personnel who wish to become multi-skilled.

Duration

5 days

Additional Information

On successful completion of the course delegates will receive a EAL Certificate in Engineering Practices (Electrical).

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Delivery: Classroom
Category: Electrical »
Duration: 5 days
Qualification: EAL Certificate in Engineering Practices (Electrical).

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