Practical Introduction to the Safe Operation of High/Low Voltage Switchgear
New to switchgear operation? This course is suitable for both electrical/non-electrical personnel and is an excellent starting point if you are aiming for full switching authorisation.
Course Duration: 3 Days
Location: Stockton-On-Tees High Voltage Training Centre
Assessment: No assessments
Certificate Gained: PASS Certificate of Attendance
Entry Requirements: No previous experience needed
Included: Course entry and examination costs, lunch and refreshments (tea, coffee and juice)
Reading Requirements: There are no peripheral reading requirements for this course
Book your place on our Safe Operation of HV/LV Switchgear training course today by filling in our online booking form to the right, or by calling the team directly.
About the HV/LV Switching Training Course
Learn the basics of safely performing switching on high and low voltage electrical systems with this hands-on, practical training course.
Made for both those with electrical experience, and those new to the field, this course will outline the principles behind performing switching on power systems up to and including 15kV, giving you a thorough understanding of the process plus practical experience of actually performing switching operations.
The course aims to enable you to familiarise yourself with operational procedures and potential physical constraints associated with high voltage power systems, prior to receiving full authorisation training.
The following subjects are covered as part of this course:
- Operational Procedures
- Single End Drive Motor Isolations
- Transformer Isolations
- Ring Feeder Isolations
- Circuit Main Earth Application Procedures
- Additional Earth Application Procedures
- Electrical Safety Documents
- Key Safes and Multi Hasp Locking (Multihasp) Systems
- Abridged High Voltage Safety Rules
- Course Review
This course is ideally suited as an entry-level course before advancing on to the HVSO4 course (Safe Operation of High Voltage Power Systems – Full HV Switching Authorisation).
Are There Any Entry Requirements?
Although there are no specific requirements for this course and it is suitable for both electrical and non-electrical personnel, an understanding of the basics of electricity and electrical systems would be an advantage.
Anyone attending training should also have a good level of both spoken and written English.
If you are interested in this course and would like to find out more about the content, other courses on offer or would like to find out more information about PASS itself and the facilities available to you, contact the training centre where an advisor will be happy to answer all your questions.