This practical hands-on course will develop a candidate’s competency to deal safely and efficiently with electrical and plant related issues at an introductory level.
Next course: Tues 16 and Wed 17 January, 2018. Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Wed 21 & Thurs 22 February 2018
Testimonial: Both the course and the instructor got glowing reports from 5 of my staff who attended – they found it very engaging, informative and beneficial to their work. Teresa Meagher / South Dublin Co Co. (South Dublin Co Co since joined our Level TWO course and again we got wonderful feedback. Jean)
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“On completion of this course participants will have learned and understood Electrical theory and principles. They have applied this understanding with the practical use of multimeters, tools, cables and workboards to complete progressive stages of exercises culminating in the test and operation of a direct-on-line single-phase motor installation. All participants have demonstrated both understanding and practical application and have successfully achieved the objectives of this course."
The primary objective of this course is to instil a more in-depth understanding of Electricity & Electrical Systems as used within industry. With a keen focus of safety and safe systems of work, the participant becomes keenly aware of design, precautions and best practice to ensure a safe and efficient electrical installation.
The course progresses from first principles theory and laws, through description, selection and use of all components, to practical wiring exercises and use of test instruments.
Next course: Please contact Jean for dates.
The aim is to help participants who already have a good grasp of electricity in industry to build on this and to achieve a better understanding of the issues relating to plant and equipment.
This Course - in the format of a Workshop - is a 2-Day Cross-Skilling Course delivered on client’s own premises only..
It has been designed to train fitters* in both the theoretical and practical aspects on how to safely and competently remove and install electric motors.
The workshop will be delivered through tutorials, practical hands-on experience with motors and interactive discussion (client to set up the two motor test rigs as they need to operate at 380V 3 phase).
Dates: Wed 14 and Thurs 15 Feb 2018
Installing a safe electrical system begins with a well-planned electrical drawing. Construction projects require work drawings and specifications to guide electricians in installing electrical equipment. Besides being a customer requirement, these plans and drawings provide specific instruction to electricians. Standard symbols and lines are used to represent the different types of material, components, conduits, and circuit connections. Reading and interpreting these drawings accurately is therefore an important skill for electricians.
We would be delighted to design tailored courses in collaboration with you to develop a programme specific to your organisation’s needs.