This two (2) days program is classroom-based and practical assessment (optional) intended for Electrical Technicians and Engineers who have previously completed training in relation to the Installation, Maintenance and Design of electrical equipment in hazardous areas.
The course aims:
- To provide enhanced revisions of Ex Protection Techniques and technology innovations;
- Specific changes covering the changes in AS/NZS 60079.14 and AS/NZS 60079.17 standards and regulations; and
- How the changes are applicable to new Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas (EEHA).
- Delivered on day 2 and 3 of UEE42611 Certificate IV In Hazardous Areas Electrical
Statement of Attainment (SOA) – UEE42620 Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas- Electrical
This Statement is issued to a student who has successfully completed one or more units of competency listed below.
* Participants who wish to receive a Certificate of Attendance at the completion of this Refresher training, need not to complete any practical assessment.
This qualification refreshes competencies to select, install, test, maintain and inspect electrical equipment in hazardous areas (EEHA) in a gas and dust atmosphere in line with latest industry practices and AS/NZS 60079.14 and 60079.17.
- 2 days (Delivered on day 2 and 3 of UEE42620 Certificate IV In Hazardous Areas Electrical)
- $1,500 (Karratha/Regional Delivery)
Delivered at one of PMV’s national training centres (Perth, Karratha and Adelaide), or at a client’s facility.
This post-trade professional development refresher course is for anyone involved in the “hands-on” side of hazardous area electrical work, i.e. the installation, maintenance or inspection of hazardous area electrical equipment. Electricians and instrument technicians are the most common attendees, but we also train electrical engineers who perform inspections as part of their role. The course covers the theory and practice of field work in hazardous areas.
The course is post-trade training, so we usually require a current electrical license (any Australian state or territory) or instrumentation trade certificate as a pre-requisite. Electrical Engineers who complete the inspection units of competency marked * in the table above, will be entitled to receive the SOA. If you have other qualifications or you’re unsure please just give us a call, we may still be able to help.
You will undergo training with industry experienced, qualified Electrical Professional Trainers with hands on experience in installation, inspection and remediation work in Hazardous areas. The training will review the following knowledge and skill assessment (optional):
- EEHA Principles
- HA Classification
- Ex Protection techniques
- Ex Certification
- Ex Installation Practices
- Ex Testing, Maintenance and Inspection Practices
- Changes in AS/NZS Series of Standards
Blended delivery of 90% theory and 10% practical training with equipment that you are likely to see in a typical industrial environment with electrical equipment in hazardous areas (EEHA). The course includes in-class progressive assessment; short answer tests on hazardous area fundamentals; equipment marking; equipment certification; and, device interpretation.