Basic Electrical Maintenance
This course covers:
- Identifying and using basic electrical components
- Isolating and testing supplies in line with the requirements of the EaWR and GS 38
- Using common electrical test instruments safely and efficiently
- Reading typical electrical drawings
- Reading motor rating plates
- Identifying and connecting industrial motors.
To enable non-electrical personnel to carry out simple electrical tasks safely and efficiently and be able to identify electrical faults.
Method of delivery
Lecture demonstration hands-on exercise using real electrical tools and equipment.
Who is this for
Mechanical and other non-electrical maintenance staff.
Upon successful completion of the course delegates will be able to:
- Use and Understand electrical terminology
- Apply the principles of electrical safety
- State the basic requirements of Electricity at Work Regulations
- Use and understand simple electrical drawings
- Recognise and select appropriate types of fuses
- Connect and disconnect industrial three phase motors
- Test industrial phase motors
- Use and fault find on simple electrical motor starting systems
Observation and Questioning.
Date last updated:04 September 2014