Electrical Multiskill Training E3 – Control Panels

This course introduces candidates to control circuits where external devices act as interlocks or safety devices and automatic control functions can occur. The emphasis of this course is on understanding electrical devices that are used in control circuits and being able to interpret how they are used in circuits that control power components.

Trainees cover the following topics:

  • The correct methods for connecting control devices into circuits,
  • Cable glanding and terminating in control panels.
  • Further experience in fault diagnosis particularly with external plant mounted devices.
  • Control circuit drawings: identifying components and their connection within circuits,
  • Fault finding on control circuits.
  • The disconnection and reconnection of various types of components,
  • The testing of electrical systems involving controls,

· The removal and replacement of externally connected devices.

Candidates should have attended the Electrical courses (Modules E1 and E2a) or have had relevant experience proving that they can work safely within the training group.

Northbank House, Sir Thomas Longley Road, Medway City Estate, Rochester, Kent ME2 4DU

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