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The role of Electrical Duty Holder demands competence and a sharp awareness of electrical legislation.
To help, we offer a wide range of electrical courses included within the Health & Safety Act and supported by specific legislation.
If you're a service or installation engineer, it's increasingly common to be required by law to complete a Minor Electrical Works Certificate following a domestic/industrial installation.
This course will allow you to provide adequate certification on completion of your work in line with the requirements of BS7671.
Although the course focuses directly on the inspection and testing of minor works, it also covers issues relating to installation practices.
We recommend that you have a basic understanding of electrical installation practices before attending this course.
If you're an Electrical Duty Holder, or if you want to know more about obligations under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, this course is for you.
Although aimed at electrical persons, it's also ideal for non-electrical persons with a responsibility for electrical safety.
While it covers all systems voltages, the course focuses on electrical systems, installations, equipment and procedures operating at low voltage (up to 1000 volts AC).
Please note that the course specifically excludes mines, quarries, public distribution or generating equipment.
This course is ideal if you’re looking to gain an awareness of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
It covers all system voltages, investigating electrical systems, installations, equipment and procedures operating at low voltage (up to 1000 volts AC).
The course is suitable for both electrical persons and non-electrical persons with responsibility for electrical safety.
It specifically excludes mines, quarries, public distribution or generating equipment.
This course is aimed at engineers, electricians and other personnel who need an understanding of emergency lighting to BS5266.
You will gain essential knowledge of different types of emergency lighting, appropriate schemes, required documentation, and inspection and testing requirements.
The course provides electricians and electrical engineers with a focused awareness of IEE requirements relating to the earthing and bonding of low-voltage electrical installations.
It also aims to help Duty Holders comply with Regulation 8 of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
This course covers the basic requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, as well as the cross-over between the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992.
This course is designed for engineers, electricians and other personnel responsible for electrical safety in the workplace.
It carefully considers the generalised risk assessments documented in the Management of Health and Safety Regulations 1999 and offers clear and effective methods of compliance.
The course is split into two parts, the first dealing with the inspection of electrical systems and equipment. The second looks at evaluating risk, and at measures to minimise or eliminate it.
This course is aimed at those who require an awareness of the dangers of electricity and the basic principles for maintaining a safe environment.
It's suitable for non-electrical people, and can provide a useful refresher for electrical personnel.
The course looks specifically looks at systems operating at 230 volts and 400 volts, but also considers reduced-voltage systems and supplies at SELV.
This introductory-level training course is aimed at electrical, mechanical and other servicing personnel responsible for the commissioning and maintenance of low-voltage variable frequency drives used for motor speed control.
Using the latest technology, it explores the basic operational principles of adjustable frequency drive units, offering an in-depth analysis of commissioning techniques and controlling features.
It's recommended that candidates have some basic electrical knowledge as well as:
If you're an electrician or domestic installer looking to add electrical installation and maintenance of domestic heating control systems to your services, this course is for you.
It includes detailed theory and practical projects that cover the fundamental aspect of domestic heating systems. Both are formally assessed.
This course is for businesses that don’t use a specific type of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) platform, or a system to fulfil process automation requirements.
It introduces electrical and non-electrical maintenance staff, service personnel and engineering managers to the basic operational principles for most PLC systems.
Focusing on one of the most familiar programming representations, Relay Ladder Logic (RLL), the course uses an exceptional PLC simulation / emulation software package that removes the complications associated with vendor specific, proprietary PLC interfacing software. This helps with a clear understanding of fundamental programming techniques.
The course assumes little or no previous knowledge of PLCs. It's designed for those currently working within the engineering maintenance industry who have a growing need to maintain and develop PLC-controlled systems, plant or equipment.
This introductory-level training course looks at the configuration, maintenance, documentation and programming of PLCs from the Mitsubishi FX series, using MS Windows WinFX interfacing software.
Designed for those new to Mitsubishi FX PLCs and associated software, the course provides a general overview of the past and present Mitsubishi PLC range, with a focus on the FX modular platforms.
It targets relevant maintenance issues associated with the PLC-controlled systems. Specific aspects of programming PLCs to perform end user functions are also covered in a series of practical automation assignments.
This introductory-level training course teaches the configuration, maintenance, documentation and programming of PLCs from the Siemens S7 family, using standard Siemens S7 interfacing software.
It concentrates on the S7-300 platform, but also makes comparisons with the S7-400 range.
The course is designed for those who are just beginning to work with the Siemens S7 PLCs and associated software.
It offers a general overview of past and present Siemens PLCs, and examines relevant maintenance issues associated with PLC-controlled systems.
Certain aspects of programming PLCs to perform end user functions are covered within a series of practical automation assignments.