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Industrial Electrical training courses for 2017

Industrial Electrical Control courses

Industrial Electrical Multiskilling training

This is THE COURSE

for companies wanting to up-skill their non-electrical maintenance personnel or for production people & operators who need to improve their knowledge & understanding of the fundamentals of industrial electrics including working safely on & around electrically powered machinery & systems, we believe this is THE COURSE.  The full course has for years been a 10 day programme, however, for some companies just the first 5 days may be sufficient.

More recently companies have wanted to further strengthen safe troubleshooting skills & to equip people with a wider range of experience.  To achieve this we have added a week 3 to our Industrial Electrics programme.  Days 1 2 are practical & reinforce the safe & correct use of the tools & test equipment & relating electrical drawings to control panel layout & components.  Days 3 - 5 concentrate on tackling fault scenarios & progress reports are produced per fault detailing safe working, accuracy, speed of working & records any electrical components swapped unnecessarily.

Course type

Duration

Fee

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F

M

A

M

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J

A

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N

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Industrial Electrics & Control Fundamentals Part 1

5 days

980

16

20

27

 

8

12

17

 

11

9

6

4

Industrial Electrics & Control Fundamentals Part 2

5 days

980

 

6

20

 

15

26

24

 

25

16

13

11

Troubleshooting Electrical Control Systems (TECS)

5 days

980

23

 

13

24

 

19

 

7

 

2

27

 

 

Available ON-SITE

The Industrial Electrics & Control Fundamentals course can be tailored to suit the needs of your own people & the requirements of your site. Please ask for further details.

And why is this THE COURSE?

There are a number of reasons why we believe this is THE COURSE.

1.      It is tailored to the needs of modern industry & is miles away from the old college-style study of diodes, transistors & resistors.  Some training companies still do this!

2.      The training focuses on industrial & includes all the key fundamentals.  C&G courses tend to be biased towards the needs of commercial & domestic electrics.

3.      It is backed by our Training WORKS programme with continued workplace-based exercises & support for you & your people for up to 12 months after the training.

4.      We provide you the tools to monitor & manage the development of your people & demonstrate competence as required by H&S law.

5.      In 2014 we added & refined the Part 3 which focused specifically on Boosting Electrical Troubleshooting Skills where people not only develop a safe & logical strategy to troubleshoot but where they have ample opportunity to put those skills into practice & are challenged with a wide range of fault scenarios.

Training WORKS

Training WORKS is the concept we have pioneered to support our Industrial Electrics & Control Fundamentals course to ensure that the benefit of the training is not lost over a period of time.  Companies can now count on their people retaining the knowledge & skills learned on the course.

In fact the concept is even more ambitious.

The aim is that the level of competence is enhanced over a period of time, not just maintained.

 

 

Specialists in industrial control systems' training & support - standard, customised & on-site options

 PLCs, Drives, Industrial Electrics & process instrumentation - approved by leading manufacturers

Providing industry with high quality & meaningful training solutions at competitive prices

 

INTACS Industrial Training Centre
Harbo Works, Harrowden Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, NN8 5BJ
England

Telephone +44 (0)1933 440679
Fax +44 (0)1933 229744

Email enquiries@intacs-training.co.uk

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