This 5 day course is aimed at those that already have engineering / mechanical skills but require electrical training to safely and correctly perform their duties on site.
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Mon 30th July - Fri 3rd August 2018
Mon 15th - Fri 19th Oct 2018
About this course…
This course is aimed at those that already have engineering / mechanical skills but require electrical training to safely and correctly perform their duties on site. Through theory study and practical workshops you will cover the following ten units:
Unit 1 Health & Safety legislation
Unit 2 Current Flow
Unit 3 Electrical circuits and Ohm’s law
Unit 4 Continuity and insulation resistance testing
Unit 5 Power supplies
Unit 6 Motors…construction and operation
Unit 7 Electrical safety
Unit 8 Isolation and switching
Unit 9 Protective devices
Unit 10 Control circuits
Course entry requirements?
There are no formal entry requirements other than a willingness to learn and an interest in electrical systems and equipment.
- Course notes
- Lunch & refreshments
- A unique and friendly learning environment!
Depending on existing levels of knowledge/experience it may be possible for candidates to progress directly onto the City & Guilds 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification if this is a requirement of their job role.
Electrical Maintenance Assessments:
During the course you will complete a range of assessments to check your level of knowledge and understanding:
- Safe isolation
- Fault diagnosis 3 phase motors
- Fault finding 3 phase circuits
- Control circuits
“Very knowledgeable instructors with time for any questions or 1 on 1’s”
“Knowledgeable staff, Very friendly”
“Tutor was brilliant and I found all of the course useful”
Rich has over 30 years of industry experience having completed an electrical apprenticeship with a Property Service Agency and subsequently worked in a variety of roles within his own Electrical Business.
Through his own business, Rich has 25 years experience in training and supporting a number of electrical apprentices.
Rich now supports our apprentices to achieve their qualifications.
Darren joined our team in 2017, and has years of industry experience.
During his career Darren has trained a wide range of electrical and H&S qualifications and has supported the development of electrical apprentices and experienced electricians.
Jon has worked in the electrical industry since leaving school and starting an electrical apprenticeship with Midlands Electricity Board (MEB). After qualifying and working as an electrician for a number of years he specialised in the security industry, installing systems including CCTV, door entry systems, intruder and fire alarms. After progressing to Project Engineer Jon took the opportunity of a complete change in career and moved into training.
Jon has worked in training since 2003 and is now responsible for Quality Assurance, Training Delivery and Course Management. Jon still plays an active role in delivery and specializes in:
- Domestic Electrical Installer Courses
- City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition
- City & Guilds 2394 / 2395 Inspection and Testing
- EAL Level 3 Inspection and Testing
- City & Guilds 2396 Design, Erection & Verification
Jon prides himself on going the extra mile to support his learners with his relaxed and friendly approach.
There are no additional resources available for this course.
Training course workbooks will be provided during the course.
This course is associated with the following products:
- FREE book hire for the relevant course
- All relevant awarding body fees – no hidden costs!
- A unique an friendly learning environment!