This course is aimed at those who require a basic understanding of electrical principles in order to allow them to further develop their skills in the workplace. On completion of the course, the delegate will have a solid understanding of basic circuit arrangements and component function.
This course is aimed at those who require a practical understanding of carrying out arc flash and arc blast (often referred to as electrical flash-over) task-based risk assessment. The Risk Assessment process is used to determine what control measures can be put in place to reduce arc flash risk and if necessary whether Arc Flash Personal Protective Equipment needs to be worn.
This 18th Edition Training qualification is primarily aimed at those who have a good understanding of the IET Regulations but wish to update their certificate to cover the new 18th Edition standards. This is a one-day course that covers the changes between BS 7671:2008:2015 and BS 7671:2018 only.
This course is aimed at staff working within the National Health Service delivering front-line electrical maintenance and carrying out installation work who need to be aware of the requirements of the Health Technical Memorandums that are applicable to what they do (Competent Person LV or LVCP).
Whilst not delving into the depths of the design requirements or the structural format of electrical management this course aims to cover the day-to-day application of HTM 06-02. It is expected that attendees have a good understanding of electrical principals and craft-practice.
This qualification is primarily aimed at those who have a good understanding of the IET Regulations but wish to update their certificate to cover the new standards. This is a one-day course that covers the changes between BS 7671:2008:2015 and BS 7671:2018 only.
This course is aimed at those who need a basic understanding of electrical principles and practice.
This qualification is aimed at electricians and other trades who undertake electrical work in a domestic environment to enable them to gain an understanding of how electrical installations in dwellings must comply with all relevant Building Regulations.
This qualification is intended to provide the delegate with an introduction to initial verification (inspecting and testing new works as well as alterations to and additions to an existing installation).
This course is aimed at production electricians who have a need to work with motors that are controlled by variable speed drives. On completion of this course, attendees will have a basic understanding of how variable speed drives function, how software can be interrogated, and how authorised persons would undertake changes to programming.
This course is aimed at those who are actively involved in work on or near electrical low voltage systems and who need to carry out electrical isolation as part of this work.
This course is aimed at those who have been informed or those who are aware that they have responsibility under Regulation 3 of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. The aim of this course is to introduce the role of Duty Holders under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and what this means to the individual.
The course is suitable for both electrical and non-electrical persons.
This course is aimed at those responsible for assessing the risks associated with competent persons working within electrical control panels and other enclosures whilst it is energised for the purpose of fault finding, making adjustments and for electrical safety testing.
This qualification is primarily aimed at practising electricians with relevant experience and other allied professionals e.g. surveyors, consultants and other trades needing to update and enhance their understanding of the IET Regulations.
This qualification is aimed at those responsible for the maintenance of electrical equipment and those actively involved in the inspection and testing of electrical equipment.