36 training courses found
City & Guilds – Fundamental Electrical Principles (MOD1) City & Guilds – Electrical Installation Practices for Domestic Dwellings (MOD2) Cit
The 2 Day F Gas renewal course covers changes to the original F Gas Regulation which came in to effect in January 2015. The 2 Day course is designed for those that have completed their initial F-Gas Certificate, and have continued to work in the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration industry but feel that they would benefit from some of the refresher training prior to taking the assessments.
Sufficient skills, knowledge and techniques to install, pressure test, leak test, evacuate, dehydrate and commission typical air-conditioning units in accordance with the regulations and industry good practice. Also you will gain the ability to be able to maintain, install and repair refrigeration plant.
*Please Note* First two weeks of training course must be completed at Chesterfield centre.
This two day Fire Alarms BS 5839 course is based upon BS 5839:1, BS 5839:6 Fire alarm systems are essential for the safety of life and/or property. In general, it is appropriate to install some form of fire alarm system in virtually all buildings, except very small relatively open planned buildings.
This Electrical Installer Course is designed for people wishing to upgrade their existing skills to be able to offer customers further services. The course is aimed at tradesmen like plumbers, kitchen fitters, bathroom installers, etc who no longer want to pay an electrician to add sockets, move existing systems or add an extra light switch etc.
The 10 day level 3 course usually covers 2 or 3 of the major manufacturers, Siemens S7, Allen Bradley and Mitsubishi (This can be amended to other manufacturers if you have a particular requirement). The course aims to be 90% practical, as we believe the easiest way to learn is to do it! Every student works on their own dedicated training rig and computer, enabling you to get the most from the course.
This industrial electrical maintenance course is designed to enable candidates who have a small amount of electrical knowledge to gain recognised qualifications and skills to enable them to enter an industrial environment and work as a industrial electrician. The industrial electrical maintenance course will include a large amount of practical, enabling the candidate to install, fault find, design and wiring up control panels, using a variety of different methods.
17th edition course is a 3 day short course aimed at anyone involved in the design, construction and inspection and testing of electrical systems, also a nationally recognised ‘must have’ qualification for companies seeking to recruit electricians. the 17th edition course is intended to introduce the candidate to a working knowledge of the Wiring Regulations along with a brief overview of the Electricity at Work Regulations covering their statutory duties.
This Domestic electrical installation course is designed for people wishing to upgrade their existing skills to be able to offer customers further services.
This short City and Guilds 2393-10 course is to enable those involved in the installation of electrical systems within the domestic environment to gain an understanding of how electrical installations in dwellings must comply with all relevant Building Regulations and how electrical installations in dwellings can affect the building construction. Please note that this City and Guilds 2393-10 qualification is only suitable for those practising their trade in England and Wales due to their being different regulations in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
City & Guilds 2392 - Level 2 City & Guilds 2382-1517th Edition City & Guilds 2393 Building Regulations City & Guilds 2377-22 PAT Testing
Level 3 EAL – Programmable Logic Controllers City & Guilds – Programmable Logic Controllers City & Guilds – 2394 Initial Verification City & Guilds – 2395 Periodic Inspection The 15 Day PLC course adds City & Guilds 2394 & 2395 Combined Inspection & Testing to the Programmable Logic Controllers 10 day course. The electrical part of the course is designed for those with limited electrical experience.
A one or two day ‘practical’ City Guilds 2377-22 workshop aimed at anyone involved in the inspection and testing of portable electrical equipment, covering everything necessary to successfully achieve the City and Guilds Level 3 examination, with certification awarded to successful candidates. The City Guilds 2377-22 course includes both a theory element and a practical element.
Level 3 EAL – Programmable Logic Controllers City & Guilds – Programmable Logic Controllers City & Guilds 2382-15 – 17th Edition Wiring Regulations The PLC13 is suitable for a wide variety of candidates, from those who have little to no knowledge of PLCs, to those who have limited experience and wish to upgrade their skills. Also included is the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations, which is a must-have qualification for those in any electrical industry.
The PLC 17 has a duration of 18 days, 10 of which focus on PLC.
The main objective of the Basic Electrical Generic Module is to give you the foundation knowledge and electrical ‘vision’ to fundamentally understand how and why an electrical system works and allow you to develop with confidence and competence.
This 15 day course is ideal for those with no refrigeration/air con knowledge who would like to quickly become qualified to work in the industry. It includes electrical qualifications for further progress.
City & Guilds level 2 is a short course aimed at newcomers to inspection and testing of electrical installations, who possibly require certification to demonstrate technical knowledge and practical ability for entry into a Part P competent person’s scheme and also the logical route towards 2394 & 2395 City & Guilds level 2 Certification is achieved on successful completion of both the practical assessment and PC based examination. A four day course for a student possessing a working knowledge of the wiring regulations, to the level of City and Guilds 2382.
Day 1 of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Part 1 consists of: Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, requirements and implementation Working safely, including the importance of isolation procedures and lock out systems Switches and Push Buttons, an explanation of the various types of switches and push buttons, the terminology and electrical symbols which are used in industry today, along with practical testing of functionality Relays and Contactors, principles of operation, purpose and uses Circuit design using BS electrical symbols and ladder diagrams, simple retaining circuits Construction of the above circuit, demonstrating the techniques of cable termination. Day 2 of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Part 1 consists of: 3 phase induction motors, synchronous and asynchronous Description of the component parts of a 3 phase induction motor Demonstration of how a 3 phase rotating magnetic field is produced and how to reverse it Explanation of synchronous and asynchronous speed and slip Effect of the number of poles on motor speed Frame sizes Practical identification of various motors.