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Industrial Electrical Systems Training

Original price was: €1,550.00.Current price is: €1,085.00.

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Course Description

The Industrial Electrical Systems training course develops the skills required by industrial maintenance technicians to safely diagnose and repair faults in electrically controlled equipment. We offer a uniquely practical course focused on replicating real-life scenarios using specialist industrial equipment and troubleshooting simulation software.  We also provide a comprehensive suite of online learning activities which enable deep learning and excellent retention of skills learned. Students are given full access to our materials when they register on the course so they can dive straight in to our materials which will help them prepare for the course and get the most out of it. 

Who should attend the QQI Level 6 Industrial Electrical Systems course:
Those who want to upskill and develop electrical knowledge in order to pursue a career in a production environment or industrial maintenance personnel who would like to increase their electrical troubleshooting skills. You do not need to be formally qualified as an electrician to do this course. So, whether you are starting a career in industrial maintenance, or you are already engaged in maintenance of equipment systems but want to develop your skills further, this training course is ideal for you. 

Why should I attend?
Correct diagnosis of electrical systems faults saves time and money in the long run. And, effective troubleshooters add great value to the organisation they work for. Learning to work safely with electrical equipment is central to the course and qualification means that you have demonstrated your competence as required in Health and Safety legislation. This internationally-recognised qualification will present opportunities to work in diverse areas within the manufacturing environment carrying out the diagnosing and repair/replacement of components.

Course Objectives

To enable maintenance staff to be effective in the use of preventative and corrective maintenance strategies when working on modern industrial electrical systems and components. At the end of the Industrial Electrical Systems course the participants will be able to:

  • Test electrical systems to narrow down a problem area.
  • List electrical hazards when testing live systems and list ways to minimise hazards.
  • Use electrical schematics to navigate a system effectively.
  • Carry out LOTO procedures correctly.
  • Describe the operating principle of fuses, MCBs and RCDs.
  • Competently use multi-meters and grip-ons to test systems.
  • Test 3-phase motor circuits controlled by contactors and overloads.
  • Demonstrate how to troubleshoot a range of common faults on work- based technology.

    Course Delivery

    • The course is delivered over 6 instructor led days. There are self directed hours to be completed before the course starts, between course days and before exams.
    • Course days are blocked out over 3 weeks to enable sufficient time for self directed learning.
    • Small groups ensure individual attention and pace can be adjusted to learner needs
    • Highly qualified and experienced trainers.
    • Desktop training kits, 1 per person. Kits include electrical components, Fuses, Power supplies, Switches, Reed Switches, Sensors, Solenoids, Transformers, Relays, Contactors
    • Courseware includes quizzes and interactive learning materials and workbooks for practical exercises and revision
    • Troubleshooting simulation software for additional practise and interactive learning
    • Students will need a laptop or tablet to complete the course. Technotraining may be able to provide a laptop for the duration of the course, depending on availability