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Electrical Maintenance Skills Part 2 at L.I.T.S. Ltd

Course description

The value of a maintenance operative who can safely isolate electrical supplies in order to carry out basic unsupervised electrical maintenance work, such as motor and pump changing, is now recognised as a critical asset in today's competitive markets. When combined with suitable in-plant consolidation of training, this course will assist employers in meeting the legal requirements for employee-competency when working on electrical systems. Who is the course aimed at? The structure and content of the course builds on Electrical Maintenance Skills - Part 1, (Course No 103). It is aimed at those fulfilling a maintenance role who as part of their normal routine, are required to work on electrical equipment and are required to safely isolate, disconnect, test and replace single and three-phase motors or similarly driven devices. Course Presentation The course has an extensive 'hands on' element, placing emphasis on safe working practice and on the development of useful and essential practical skills and understanding. Comprehensive course notes are provided. Course Objectives On successful completion of the course, candidates will be able to: • understand the principles of power distrubution; • recognise and understand the operation of a range of dc and single phase, ac motors • recognise and understand the operation of a 3 phase, induction motor; • demonstrate basic fault-finding on 3 phase motors; • understand the function and operation of DOL and Star-Delta Starters; • use electrical test equipment to carry out insulation and continuity checks; • understand how to isolate 3 phase systems; • use circuit diagrams as an aid to fault-finding. Certification On-going practical assessment and a multiple-choice examination forms the course assessment process. Successful completion of both elements leads to the award of: L.I.T.S. Ltd Certificate 'Electrical Maintenance Skills - Part 2'

Entry requirements

No specific requirements

Further information

Essential for anyone required to carry out 1st Line electrical maintenance activities - provides basic underpinning knowledge of 3 phase principles and circuits, covers protection devices, motor control circuits and 3 phase motor types and operation

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact L.I.T.S. Ltd directly.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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