Through presentation, tuition and practical exercises, this training course will provide the relevant knowledge to enable engineers to perform live testing on various electrical equipment and systems and work safely using appropriate methods, procedures and equipment to inspect, test and maintain these systems according to best practices.
What Is The Training Course Methodology?
This course is designed to provide best practices for safe working methods for those who need to perform live testing on various electrical equipment & systems. Instruction will be provided to personnel regarding the need and justification for performing tasks or faultfinding on or near live conductors, in accordance with statutory regulations. Due to the inclusion of DC modules there will be less exposure to AC equipment, which is covered in more detail within the L1 course. This training course will identify potential hazards, determine safe working procedures and carry out fault finding, and avoid danger while performing the work. The course is not designed to cover any live work for maintenance, repair or modification purposes.
Who Should Attend This Training Course?
This training course is intended for Electrical engineers, electrical technicians, electricians and multi-skilled personnel required to carry out fault finding on or near live conductors.
What Is The Training Course Objectives?
Hazards & Effects of AC & DC Power
Safe Electrical Isolations
Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
DC Power Sources
Safe Handling & Maintenance of Batteries
The Necessity for Live Testing
Safe use of Electrical Test Equipment
Fixed Wiring Color Change
Construction, Installation & Maintenance of Electrical Equipment