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    2 Day Course

    • 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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      MECH1 – The Safe Isolation of Mechanical Systems (LOTO)

      This course is designed to meet the essential requirements of safe working procedures on mechanical systems, assist employers and employees to reduce the risk of personal injury and to help prevent damage to assets due to operator error.

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      LV1 – The Safe Operation of Low Voltage Power Systems (LOTO)

      This course is designed to provide guidance on the safe isolation of single-ended low voltage circuits and electrical equipment (up to 1000V AC / 1500V DC). The course aims to assist employers and employees to reduce the risk of personal injury, due to electric shock and arc flash and also to help prevent damage to assets due to operator error.

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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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      GEN – Appreciation of Generator Principles & Protection Theory

      This two day introductory course covers the generation of electricity from first principles. Starting with Fleming’s right hand rule and progressing through to modern brushless generators. The course also includes the operation, synchronising and protection of generators. This is a classroom based course with no practical content except for the use of computerised simulators.

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    • S10 – 33kV Upgrade Course (indoor equipment)

      This course is designed for personnel who have previous authorisation up to 15kV and wish to extend their authorisation level to enable them to operate on (indoor) 33kV systems. The course focuses on the practical element of switching and is predominantly workshop rather than classroom based. This course should be undertaken as an augmentation to the S4 (or similar) full authorisation course.

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    • T1 – Electrical Pressure Testing (Dielectric Strength Testing)

      This course covers the theoretical and practical principles of pressure testing on high voltage distribution systems up to and including 15kV. It covers the different insulating material characteristics as well as the methods used to enable the pressure testing of high voltage equipment, including cables, switchgear, transformers and motors. The course strongly emphasises safety requirements and interpretation of test results.  

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    • T3 – Transformer Design, Construction, Testing & Maintenance

      This course provides technical information about the design, construction, maintenance and the significance of various site tests that are carried out on high voltage transformers. It also covers practical methods of transformer testing including routine tests for post-fault and preventive maintenance.

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    • AE – Authorising Engineer

      This course covers the duties, training, familiarisation, assessment, endorsement and safety auditing of high voltage personnel. It enables candidates to acquire the skills to assess/audit the competency of personnel who need to work on their high voltage systems and issue them with suitable authority.

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      P2 – Overview of Electrical Power Systems Protection

      This course explains the operation of electrical protection devices and their application to different zones of a power system. It involves a number of practical exercises and demonstrations combined with classroom theory.    This is a stand-alone course and not a precursor to the P1 course.

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