Delegates will learn and understand the Health & Safety at Work Act in relation to abrasive Wheels.
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This City & Guilds 2382-18 – 18th Edition Course is essential for anyone who works or is involved with electrical installations, especially those who work within the domestic and commercial markets.More Information
On this course, you will learn to Identify and use basic electrical components. This course covers: • Isolating and testing supplies in line with the requirements of the EaWR and GS 38 • Using common electrical test instruments safely and efficiently • Reading typical electrical drawings • Reading motor rating plates • Identifying and connecting industrial motorsMore Information
Delegates will learn the basic principles of Hydraulics Systems/ Mechanical devices Removing fitting and adjusting. This course covers: • Bearings: Recognise defects • Remove a range of plain, ball and roller bearings • Select and correctly fit a range of bearings • Belt and Chain drive mechanisms • Shafts and couplings including alignment • Drive Keys • Clutches and gear systemsMore Information
The course will enable non electrical personnel to fault-find on systems incorporating PLCs, with up skilling which will save on down time and reduce unnecessary dependence on electrical staff. We can make this course bespoke for your business requirements.More Information
A 2 day course for those who are required to inspect and test electrical equipment in line with the IEE’s code of practice. Method of Delivery: • Lecture • Demonstrations • Practical exercisesMore Information
A 1 day course covering the principles of measurement using a range of instruments commonly used in the Engineering industry. Method of Delivery: • Lecture • Demonstrations • Practical exercises There will be an assessment at the end which will require observation and questioningMore Information
A 1 day course to gain a full understanding of the legal duties as outlined within the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998. Method of assessment: • Observation • QuestioningMore Information