Basic Electrical Skills for Personnel of Other Disciplines
BASIC ELECTRICAL SKILLS FOR PERSONNEL OF OTHER DISCIPLINES
AIM To provide basic electrical training to staff who work within other engineering areas.
Pre-Requisite Delegates will ideally be from a craft engineering discipline.
Course Duration 5 days.
Maximum Number 4 persons.
Training Aids Lecture notes, audio-visual presentation, demonstrations and practice.
Assessment Practical In-Centre assessment of safe isolation, de-isolation of A.C. and three phase motor.
Certification On successful completion of the course candidates will receive a NETA certificate. The certificate will be sent directly to the delegate or their sponsor company.
Additional Information Meeting the needs and expectations of service users is of the highest priority to our staff. Therefore if you have any concerns or wish to make a comment about the service please contact: info@NETA.co.uk
On completion of this course delegates will be able to:
Work safely on electrical equipment taking into account the Electricity at Work Regulations
Understand basic electrical theory and terminology
Understand the dangers of electricity
Understand their responsibilities under the Electricity at Work Regulations
Understand the principles of earthing and protection systems
Identify the safety requirements for safe isolation and de-isolation
Understand and identify typical electrical components within a motor control panel
Understand the general principles and construction of AC motors, and identify three-phase and single phase machines
Use a Continuity and Insulation Resistance tester to test motor windings
Use Voltage Indicators and Proving Unit to test and prove for dead
Understand and identify re-wireable fuses, RCD's and circuit breakers, and be able to select the correct device to satisfy the IEE Regulations
Make up a range of plugs, leads and sockets to correct Industrial/Domestic standards
Use electrical test equipment safely and correctly, including multi-meters
Make off cable terminations for industrial applications, including S.W.A. and SY cable
Carry out a safe isolation of electrical machinery
Understand the principles of a direct–on–line motor control
Identify the safety requirements for the isolation and de-isolation of an A.C. induction motor