SGS Academy Australia - Low Voltage Electrical Training Course

Low Voltage Electrical Training Course

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Description

All electrical work, including repair, installation and alteration is to be undertaken strictly in accordance with the Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Regulation 2014 and associated Australian standards and site standards of engineering practice. This course will inform you of the specific standards and responsibilities that are relevant for authorisation as a low voltage electrical tradesperson in the mining industry.

On completion of this training course, you will have an understanding of:

  • Electrical tradesperson requirements
  • Electrical test and equipment requirements
  • Australian standards and legislation


The course covers the following topics:

  • Legislation and compliance documentation
  • IP ratings
  • Voltage definitions
  • Electric shock protocols
  • Power restoration requirements
  • Lighting plants, generators and welding machines
  • Electrical testing on energised low voltage equipment
  • Auto electrical equipment
  • Electrical installation modifications
  • Portable electrical equipment
  • Electrical test equipment and maintenance
  • Arc flash and PPE requirements


Objectives

Upon successful completion of the course requirements, a Certificate of Completion and wallet card will be issued for:

  • Low Voltage Electrical Training Course


Audience

Electricians and contractors who have been identified as requiring this training to perform their role on a mine site.


Pre-Requisites

You must have language, literacy and numeracy skills at the level required to read, complete, interpret and communicate workplace documentation relevant to the training.

If you have language, literacy or numeracy difficulties or other special needs, please inform our training support staff prior to enrolling so they can speak with you about our available support services.


Recertification

Each mine site may have its own refresher period requirements. Please check with the mine site where you will be working.

Generally, industry specific requirements vary from every 12 months to every 2 years.


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40681767

4 Hours

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