37 training courses found
This 3-day course offers a general cross-platform introduction to PLC technology and provides a basic awareness and overview of the PLC structure, how it operates and how to perform basic programming tasks. It is aimed at maintenance technicians in industries such as manufacturing, transportation or infrastructure technology.
The aim of this qualification is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to work on the installation, service, maintenance, recovery and leak checking of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump equipment that contains refrigerants classified as either fluorinated (F) gases or ozone depleting substances (ODS). This qualification is for refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pump system engineers working with fluorinated gas and ozone depleting substances.
This 5-day course provides electrical and instrument technicians with the necessary competence to work in potentially explosive environments.
This qualification is for candidates who work or want to work in the tunnelling industry during tunnel construction activities. You will learn how to safely enter, exit and work in a tunnel, esp.
The course is intended for those who have previously successfully completed the CompEx main course module(s) i.e.
This course is for you if you are involved in the tunnel construction industry as a member of the workforce, to help you understand a variety of different health and safety aspects of the industry, the associated working environment and some of the potential hazards you may face working on a tunnelling site. The Tunnelling Safety Training Scheme was launched in September 2015 and replaces three separate tunnelling safety schemes: the Tunnel Safety Card, the Underground Safety Passport and the CITB HS&E Specialist Tunnelling Test.
The Part-66 Category B1.1 Licence is an important part of reliable and trustworthy aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul operations (MRO).
The C&G 2365 Diploma provides delegates with the essential underpinning knowledge required to work in the electrical industry. The course is the first step on the path of becoming a qualified electrician and is suitable for newcomers as well as for those with some industry experience.
Aim The CCNSG Safety Passport is a 2-day training course designed to ensure all personnel seeking employment on a construction site have a basic knowledge of Health and Safety and therefore, after an appropriate site induction, are able to work safely and with reduced risk to themselves and others. Course Content Amongst other things the course covers: Understanding basic health and safety requirements Identifying common hazards and risks on-site that may affect themselves and others Taking suitable actions and precautions to avoid any identified hazards and risks; also to report such incidents Assessment A two day course consisting of four sessions (2 per day).
Aim The CCNSG Safety Passport Renewal is a 1-day refresher course and exam for those needing to renew their CCNSG Safety Passport. Course Content Amongst other things the course covers: Understanding basic health and safety requirements and up-dates to regulations Identifying common hazards and risks on-site that may affect themselves and others Taking suitable actions and precautions to avoid any identified hazards and risks; also to report such incidents Assessment A one day course consisting of three sessions.
This two-day workshop is aimed at supervisors and team leaders working with apprentices. More and more companies are now taking on apprentices and for many organisations and their staff this requires a new approach with regards to integrating potentially young and inexperienced newcomers into the workplace.
This IOSH Managing Safely course is for Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders and those with Health and Safety responsibilities such as Health and Safety advisers and Committee Members. This 4-day course is a high impact, interactive course designed to enable individuals with a Health and Safety responsibility to develop, and keep up to date with, the practical actions required to handle health and safety in their teams.
Our C&G 2394/95 is a combination course of two, now separate qualifications. This very intensive course is designed to enable learners to understand the principles, practices and legislation for the initial verification, periodic inspection, testing and condition reporting of electrical installations.
The C&G 2382-1517th Edition is a course which covers the Wiring Regulations for Electrical Installers. The Institution for Engineering and Technology (IET) published an updated version of the Wiring Regulations in 2015 (3rd Amendment) and this resulted in a new C&G qualification to replace the previous 2382-12.
This 2-day Level 5 Award is a concise qualification designed to give learners a good knowledge of the various roles, functions and responsibilities as a middle manager of a department and the limits of their authority and accountability. Practices of Resource Management Understanding planning processes and different types of resources Cost control Procurement and managing suppliers Dealing with supply problems Monitoring the use of supplies All training will be workshop based, participative and relevant to the organisation.
PROCAT has designed this course based on feedback from clients. It is aimed at industry experienced crafts persons/technicians/engineers who have a basic understanding of electrical installations without being qualified electricians.
This PAT Testing course is aimed at those undertaking practical inspection and testing of electrical equipment. It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise skills required to test portable electrical appliances with the Code of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment.
The NEBOSH National General Certificate is for Managers, Supervisors and staff from all types of organisations who need a wide understanding of Health and Safety issues in order to be able to manage risks effectively. It can form a first step towards a career in health and safety or further professional study.
The C&G 2357- 44 NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Installations is aimed at people wishing to work as qualified electricians in the building services engineering sector and who have access to adequate working practice in electrical installations. Together with the C&G Level 32365 Diploma in Electrical Installations it makes you into a fully competent electrician.
Progressing from the introductory programming course, this 3-day course takes the programming techniques and understanding to a more advanced level. This will include using complex functions of the PLC.