Providing Non-Electrical Engineers with a basic understanding of Electrical Systems.
This course is in conjunction with TTE, Training for Industry.
Who is this Course for?
The course is aimed at all personnel who require a basic understanding of electrical systems.
The aim of the course is to provide you with a basic understanding of electrical systems and the associated electrical skills. By adopting safe electrical knowledge you could aid a craft team and carryout defined tasks safely. The course also looks to provide non-electrical personnel the skills to carryout tasks which involve some electrical working.
At the end of the course you will be able to:
- Understand the dangers of electricity
- Make isolations and restorations to a competency required for the tasks to be undertaken
- Understand basic electrical theory
- Identify a hazardous area
- Recognise a lighting circuit
- Know how trace heating operates
- Use correct test equipment
- The Electricity at Work Regulations
- Electrical testing equipment
- Electrical isolations
- Proving isolations
- Overload resets
- Fuse characteristics
- Trace heating
- Hazardous areas
- IS and loops
Trainees should possess a reasonable command of written and spoken English.
Successful delegates will receive a City & Guilds Certificate. Delivery will be a combination of classroom tuition and practical hands-on training.
Each candidate is required to demonstrate understanding through a 1 hour written, multi-choice question paper.