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This bespoke modular course is designed to provide a good foundation programme for delegates with limited electrical ability and for mechanical craftsmen who require basic electrical skills to improve their safety, versatility and flexibility within their employment.
The standard course runs over 5 days, of mainly practical work, and covers such things as basic electric theory, Safe Isolation of both single and three phase circuits. Sample lighting circuits, radial power circuits, ring final circuits, DOL (motor) starter, Testing and fault finding on a variety of circuits.
The course will aim to make candidates fully aware of:
- hazards presented in an electrical working environment
- knowledge of electrical safety legislation
- safe working procedures
- understanding of electrical materials, components, accessories, equipment and basic circuits
- testing and diagnostic techniques and skills using appropriate test and fault finding equipment
WHAT DO ATTENDEES THINK?
“At Coopervision we have a strong ethos of CPD. Six of our mechanical engineers are now able to comfortably diagnose faults from low voltage up to 400v circuits after attending the Mechanical to Electrical Cross-skilling course. There is also a cost saving for us as going forward we can now do our own initial fault finding before having to call on an electrical engineer to perform the initial basics. Prior to the guys attending they had little confidence with electrical systems, but are now looking to expand their knowledge with further electrical training as they enjoyed the course so much. They found the tutor very knowledgeable, and thought that there was a good balance with the delivery split between both the classroom and workshop practical elements. We would definitely recommend SETA and its training to others!” Mark – CooperVision Hamble