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    • IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition Including Amendment 2 2022

      This award gives the learner an understanding of the changes to the IET Wiring Regulations, 18th Edition Amendment 2. The qualification covers the full updates of the IET Wiring Regulations, 18th Edition Amendment 2. This course entails an EAL on-screen examination. The online multiple-choice examination is open book. Delegates are permitted the use of BS 7671 only; any other materials are not permitted.

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    • P&ID – Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams and Process Drawings

      This course focuses on engineering drawings typically used in the oil, gas, chemical and process industries by engineers, technicians and permit system personnel.

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    • IRISS Level 2 – Infrared

      This course is designed to meet and exceed ISO 18436 part 7 CAT 2 and ANSI/ASNT CP105 & CP – 189 (2016) Level 2 recommended practices, covering all of the relevant infrared theories and physics required to produce a professional Thermography Inspection Report.

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    • IRISS Level 1 – Infrared

      This course gives a starting point to be introduced to Infrared and using a Thermal Camera. This course is designed to meet and exceed ISO 18436 part 7 CAT 1 and ANSI/ASNT CP105 & CP – 189 (2016) Level 1 recommended practices, it covers all of the relevant infrared theories and physics required to produce a professional Thermography Inspection Report.

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      EAL 3298 – 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

      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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    • TJ – HV Cable Termination & Jointing

      An introduction to cable termination techniques. It aims to teach the candidates how to properly prepare HV cables for terminating and jointing. It gives candidates a good understanding of how a cable is constructed and explains the function(s) of the individual components. Please note: this course is an introduction to terminating/jointing and is not intended to be taken as a full trade course.

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      WTCT – Wind Farm HV Cable Termination

      This is a HV termination course targeted at the wind farm industry, terminations  are not manufacturer specific. The cable terminations will also be heat and cold shrinkable and utilize mechanical terminals unless otherwise specified. Please note: this course is an introduction to terminating and is not intended to be taken as a full trade course.

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    • H1 – Electrical Safety Awareness for Hybrid Systems

      This course explains the requirements and the implications of the UK Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 for those responsible for electrical safety at work, safe handling of batteries and associated electrical hazards in the Hybrid/Electric Industry. It clearly outlines the duties and responsibilities of everyone affected by the legislation.

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    • Upskilling – Electrical skills training to become an Electrically Competent Person

      Today’s industrial technician is moving from being a specialist and evolving into a multi-skilled environment. This course is designed over a course of five-day modules to up skill mechanical and non-electrical technicians with the aim of making them electrically competent to carry out limited electrical tasks in a safe and professional manner.

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      MCA2 – High Voltage Training Operational Level (MCA Approved)

      This course is approved by the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) in line with the requirements laid down by the STCW (Manila amendments 2010) to operate high voltage systems in accordance with the knowledge, understanding and proficiencies for high voltage installations set out in tables A-III/1 (part) of the STCW Convention and Code 1978, as amended.

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    • A1 – UK Electricity at Work Regulations 1989

      This course explains the requirements and the implications of the UK Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 for those responsible for electrical safety at work throughout the industry, commercial premises, shops, offices, schools, hospitals etc. The duties and responsibilities of everyone affected by the legislation are clearly outlined.

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      MCA4 – High Voltage Training Management Level (MCA approved)

      This course is approved by the MCA (Maritime & Coastguard Agency) and is in line with the requirements laid down by the STCW (Manila amendments 2010) for revalidation of Chief Engineer Officer CoC Reg and Second Engineer Officers. III/2 and III/3 (Management Level). The course meets the requirements of the MNTB Shipboard High Voltage Training guidelines.

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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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      MAR1 – The Safe Operation of Marine/Offshore High Voltage Power Systems (Limited High Voltage Authorisation)

      This is an introductory training programme that requires a basic level of electrical knowledge. Upon successful completion of the course and subject to client approval, delegates will be able to enter marine/offshore high voltage switchrooms and perform limited switching operations on high voltage equipment. Delegates will be assessed to a competency level suitable for an authorised person (AP) issuing documents for work on single end circuits only.

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    • LV2 – Live Testing on AC & DC Systems up to 1000V AC / 1500V DC

      This course is designed to provide best practice in safe working methods for those who need to perform live testing on various electrical equipment and systems. Instruction will be provided to candidates regarding the need and justification for performing tasks, or fault finding on or near live LV conductors, in accordance with statutory regulations.

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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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    • MAR2 – The Safe Operation of Marine ROV Power Systems

      This course aims to provide candidates with the competency necessary to safely access the electrical components of ROV (remotely operated vehicles) including the safety procedures required to ensure that equipment is isolated, proved dead and earthed.

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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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    • TP1 – High Voltage Switchgear Operation Package up to 15kV (S9 + S4)

      This package covers the Practical Introduction to the Safe Operation of High & Low Voltage Switchgear (S9) and The Safe Operation of High Voltage Power Systems (S4); the S9 course serves as a pre-cursor to the S4. This package would be suitable for those who have LV electrical experience but limited HV competency and would like to gain some practical experience in HV switching. The package must be taken in the sequence of S9 followed by S4.

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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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      LV4 – The Safe Operation of Low Voltage Power Systems (Authorised Person)

      This course is aimed at experienced electricians/engineers who will be authorised to carry out LV switching operations for the safe isolation and de-isolation of low voltage power systems up to 1000V AC. Candidates will be introduced to safe operating procedures including lockout/tagout and the issue and control of safety documentation.

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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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    • TP2 – Marine/Offshore High Voltage Switchgear Operation Package (S9 + MAR4/OS4)

      This package covers the Practical Introduction to the Safe Operation of High & Low Voltage Switchgear (S9) and The Safe Operation of Marine/Offshore High Voltage Power Systems (MAR4/OS4); the S9 course serves as a pre-cursor to the MAR4 course. This package would be suitable for offshore and marine personnel who have LV electrical experience but limited HV competency and would like to gain some practical experience in HV switching. The package must be taken in the sequence of S9 followed by MAR4/OS4.

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    • MAR5 – Refresher in the Safe Operation of Marine/Offshore High Voltage Power Systems (Full High Voltage Authorisation)

      This training programme is designed to refresh the knowledge and skills of the candidates relating to safe practices and legislation applicable to Maritime/Offshore high voltage power systems.

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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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    • TP3 – High Voltage Testing Package (T1, T2 & T3)

      This package combines some of our high voltage testing courses and covers: Electrical Pressure Testing (dielectric strength testing) (T1), Earth Electrode Testing (T2) and Transformer Design, Construction, Testing & Maintenance (T3). These courses may be taken in any sequence.

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    • HAZ1 – Safe Use of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas

      This course is designed for personnel working within hazardous area environments. The course provides a theoretical overview of the hazards associated with installing, operating and maintaining electrical equipment within potentially explosive areas. This is not a COMP-EX course however the same theories, details and standards are covered.

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    • S6 – Individual Review & Competence Assessment (Full High Voltage Authorisation)

      This is a practical programme designed to assess candidates’ safe switching practices when operating high and low voltage power systems up to and including 15kV. It is intended for candidates requiring independent external assessment of their level of competence. It is not a training course, rather an individual assessment and most dates can be arranged to suit the clients’ requirements. Assessment can be carried out either at our training centre or at the client’s premises.

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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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      ARC – Arc Flash Appreciation Training

      Many employers are implementing arc flash PPE for electrical personnel even though there is no European standard. This one day course covers the arc flash risk assessment described in IEEE 1584, as well as examples of incident energy and flash protection boundary calculations. Methods used to calculate fault energy at points on the system are also examined.

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