Safe Isolation & Electrical Awareness


Safe Isolation & Electrical Awareness

Course Overview: 

This course is suitable for anyone who needs a basic appreciation and awareness of how to work safely with electrical equipment (for example maintenance staff).
This one-day course to provide some fundamental electrical safety training for non-electricians who need to work with electrical equipment. There’s a focus on safe isolation but we also cover other essential safety requirements like earthing and bonding.
There is no formal assessment involved but we do include a knowledge assessment at the end of the course and you’ll receive a certificate of attendance.

Entry Requirements: 

No specific electrical knowledge is required but candidates must be able to understand and retain technical information.

Course Delivery: 

Course structure:

  • Safe isolation procedures
  • Identifying unsafe electrical situations
  • Electrical earthing and bonding requirements
  • Installing and replacement of electrical components
  • Checking the correct and safe operation of installed electrical components
  • Basic understanding of 3 phase supplies

On successfully completing this course you should be able to:

  • Understand how to safely isolate equipment.
  • Determine the risks of working with electrical equipment and know how to minimise them.
Progression Opportunities: 

Delegates attending this course may also like to consider:-
 Portable Appliance Testing
 Domestic Installer Course
 Installing Domestic Photovoltaic Systems

Additional Information: 

This is a 1 day course and will consist of classroom instruction and exercises.


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GCS Training is a part of Gower College Swansea

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