A two day course for engineers without qualification who are looking to service, repair, fault-find and install replacement electrical components and who are already working in the industry – the ideal delegate will be able to carry out electrical work, complying with the Electricity at Work Act (1990) requirements.
The delegate will be able to carry out electrical work to comply with the requirements of the Electricity at Work Act 1990. Delegates will be able to demonstrate that they can undertake simple wiring tasks and are able to test that the work is safe to put back into service.
Course duration 2 days
Who should attend?
Engineers without qualification who wish to service, repair, fault-find and install replacement electrical components. Ideally, already working in the industry.
The course consists of the following topics:
- Electrical Concepts
- Safe Isolation
- Electrical Regulations
- Electrical Distribution
- Electrical Supply
- Control Protection Equipment
- Earthing & Bonding
- Termination Skills
- Installing PVC Cable
- Electrical Safety
Delegates will be required to successfully complete a multiple-choice test paper and a practical assessment with 7 tasks/scenarios covering the following assessment
- Safe Isolation – Circuit & Fused Spur/Isolator
- Electrical bonding
- Appliance installations
- Electrical Testing
- Exchange Electrical Component & Fault finding
- Knowledge & Understanding Questions
Delegates will be able to carry out electrical work to comply with the requirements of the Electricity at Work Act 1990. Delegates will be able to demonstrate that they can undertake basic wiring tasks such as electrical fault finding, (continuity, insulation resistance. polarity, visual inspection and direct faults) basic power and lighting installation, cable selection and fixture and fixing methods. However, any testing and or inspection that this delegate may carry out would have to be signed off by a qualified electrician.
Successful delegates will be issued with a certificate of competence, valid for 5 years. To remain certified in this area, delegates will need to retake the course before the expiry date.
No formal qualifications are needed but must have a good understanding of spoken and written English
Delegates must provide valid ID on the first day of the course, such as a passport or driving licence
Revision notes (where relevant).
A buffet style lunch will be provided, along with refreshments when delivered at a Sanctus Training venue.
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