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  • 18th edition book

    18th Edition Wiring Regulations – EAL 5321

    This award gives the learner an understanding of the IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition. It provides a facility for individuals working in the electrotechnical sector to develop and/or enhance their knowledge of the Requirements for Electrical Installations. The qualification covers the full content of BS 7671 IET Wiring Regulations, 18th Edition. The regulations apply to the design, erection and verifications of electrical installations including additions and alterations to existing installations.

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    Portable Appliance Testing (PAT Testing) – EAL 4340

    This award gives an understanding of the theory and practice of the in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment; commonly referred to as PAT testing (Portable Appliance Testing). During the course, a number of practical exercises are undertaken using a range of portable appliance testing equipment. It will give delegates theoretical and practical experience in the implementation of a formal inspection and testing regime for electrical equipment (portable appliances).

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    Periodic Inspection and Testing – EAL 4337&4338

    These awards give the delegate an understanding of the theory and practice involved with the initial verification. This also includes the commissioning, the periodic inspection, testing and condition reporting of both single and three phase electrical installations. These awards follow BS7671 and the industry recognised IET Guidance Note 3.

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    S1 – The Safe Operation of High Voltage Power Systems (Limited High Voltage Authorisation)

    The S1 course introduces the safe operation of high voltage power systems for non-electrical/electrical personnel who are required to enter high voltage switchrooms and perform limited switching operations. The method of delivery of this course includes both classroom theory and practical exercises. Upon completion, delegates will be assessed to a competency level suitable for an authorised person (AP) switching and issuing documents for work on single end circuits only.

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    S2 – Access to Electrical Substations & Switchrooms

    The course covers the safety requirements for working in the vicinity of high voltage electrical equipment, it highlights electrical hazards and the precautions necessary to avoid danger. It also covers the arrangement of equipment within substations and switchrooms, in addition to safety procedures, understanding of key safes and multi hasp systems and steps to be taken in an emergency.

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  • S3 – Refresher Training in the Safe Operation of High Voltage Power Systems (Limited High Voltage Authorisation)

    This course is a refresher programme designed for personnel who have limited high voltage authorisation restricted to switching operations and issuing documents for work on single end drive circuits only. It includes both classroom theory and practical exercises. Upon completion, candidates will be assessed to a competency level suitable for an authorised person (AP) switching and issuing documents for work on single end circuits only.

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    MAR4/OS4 – The Safe Operation of Marine/Offshore High Voltage Power Systems (Full High Voltage Authorisation)

    This course provides an understanding of marine/offshore high and low voltage power systems including statutory regulations, safe operation, protection and fault diagnosis on a wide range of power equipment.  It enables candidates to perform advanced HV switching operations on marine/offshore HV networks up to and including 15kV and prepare them for HV authorisation in accordance with their company’s safety rules/regulations.  It includes both classroom theory and practical exercises. Upon completion, candidates will be assessed to a competency level suitable for switching and issuing documents for work on all types of circuit.

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    S4 – The Safe Operation of High Voltage Power Systems (Full High Voltage Authorisation)

    This training programme requires a good foundation of electrical knowledge. It is designed to bring delegates up to a competency level suitable for senior authorised person (SAP).

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  • S5 – Refresher Training in the Safe Operation of High Voltage Power Systems (Full High Voltage Authorisation)

    This course is designed to refresh the candidates’ knowledge and skills relating to safe practices and legislation applicable to high voltage power systems. It enables candidates to perform advanced HV switching operations on industrial HV networks up to and including 15kV. It includes both classroom theory and practical exercises.

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  • MAR7 – Principles of the Safe Operation of Marine/Offshore High Voltage Power Systems

    This is an advanced training programme that requires previous HV experience and a good foundation of electrical knowledge of high voltage power systems. This course has been developed to meet the requirements of the safe operation of high voltage systems in marine/offshore applications (excluding control systems). This course is more advanced than the MAR4 course and includes a broader technical emphasis. Upon completion, candidates will be assessed to a competency level suitable for switching and issuing documents for work on all types of circuit.

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  • TP5 – Low Voltage Electrician Package

    The TP5 course package covers the EAL 5321 – Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2008 (QCF) and the EAL 4340 – Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (PAT – Portable Appliance Testing) (QCF) These courses may be taken in any sequence.

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    P1 – Protection of Electrical Power Systems

    The course covers the application and testing of electrical protection in-depth and involves a number of practical exercises and demonstrations combined with classroom theory.  A wide range of protective devices are used during the course including electromechanical, microprocessor-based and numerical relays.

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