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.
Section 1: Electricity and Electrons. Effects of Electricity, Heating, Magnetic and Chemical. Ohms Law, Resistors in Series and Parallel including practical work,.Kirchoff’s Current and Voltage Laws. Electrical Terms and Units.
Section 2: AC and DC Voltage, RMS, Frequency, Waveforms, Capacitance, Farad, Circuits, Time Constant, Reactance. Inductance, Henries, Circuits, Reactance.
Section 3: Magnetism, Right-hand Rule, Magnetic Field and Flux, AC Motor Operation, DOL, Star-Delta, Testing of Motors. Wire-up Control and Power Circuits to Operatie a DOL SIngle-Phase Motor.
Section 4: Control Circuits, Relay, Contactor, Graphic Symbols, Hold-On/latch, Overload Relay. Structure of a Circuit.
Section 5: Electrical Safety; Legal and Technical Management and Standards, Hazards, Fires, LockOut / TagOut, Fatalities, Injuries, Earthing and Bonding, RCD, MCB, Fuses, Distribution Boards, Safety Tips. TYpes of Overcurrent Faults.
Safety features right throughout each day of course.
Electrical Drawings: 3-Types, in-depth of Schematic, Reference Letters, Fault-Finding and Trouble-Shooting, Panel and Plant issues
Power Factor: Theory, Implications and Correction
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) : Features, PSU and I/O
Electrical Panels: Building Convention, Design and Layout
VSD / Inverters: Features, Construction, Pros and Cons
Power Supply Units: Construction, Operation, O/P Waveform
The above content covers the course material to be learned / understood in order for participants to answer the exam questions.
There are 2 theoretical and 2 practical exams and each participant must keep a log book and complete/submit mini assignments and projects.
Each participant is supplied with a work-board, box of tools, multi-meter, cables/flex and all components for this practical hands-on course.
5 days. Please note if you have joined our Level ONE Industrial Electrical course you only have 3 days to complete in the class room to aim for QQI Certification.
Course trainer is Qualified in Electrical Engineering, Facilities Management, Asset Care, Lean 6 Sigma, Visuality and Health and Safety and has a proven track record of achievement in Engineering and Management within a FMCG multinational and regularly delivers a variety of electrical courses.
QQI Certification: 6N5377 (Formerly Fetac Level 6)
Achieve QQI certification - 6N5377 - on successfully completing a 5 day course along with keeping / updating your log book.
The TEEU state.... "This programme is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to carry out safely, using electrical testing equipment and tools, basic/routine front line electrical fault finding, repair and maintenance of industrial plant and equipment."
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