Basic Electrical Maintenance
Our basic electrical maintenance course enables non-electrical personnel to carry out simple electrical tasks safely and efficiently and be able to identify electrical faults.
You'll learn to Identify and use basic electrical components.
Where will I train?
Training 2000, Blackburn
This course covers:
- 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
At the end of the course you'll 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
There are no formal entry requirements for this course.