Safe Operation of 33Kv High Voltage Power Systems Course (33kv Upgrade Course)

Extend your authorisation level with our two day 33kv upgrade course. Book now by choosing your course date, or call us on 01642 987 978 or email training@pass.co.uk for more information Course Details Course Duration 2 days Course Location PASS Stockton HV Training Centre. Venue address is 1 Alberto Street, Stockton-On-Tees, TS18 2BQ. More about venue […]

Extend your authorisation level with our two day 33kv upgrade course.

Book now by choosing your course date, or call us on 01642 987 978 or email training@pass.co.uk for more information


Course Details

Course Duration
2 days
Course Location
PASS Stockton HV Training Centre. Venue address is 1 Alberto Street, Stockton-On-Tees, TS18 2BQ. More about venue >>
Assessments
Written examination and practical examination
Certificate Gained
PASS Certificate of Competency (Certificate of Attendance gained for those who do not pass the assessments)
What’s Included?
Course entry and examination costs, lunch and refreshments (tea, coffee and juice)
Entry Requirements
The ideal candidate for this course should be currently authorised to switch on high voltage power systems up to and including 15kv, with a desire to upgrade their authorisation to 33kv

Course Overview

This training programme is designed for personnel who have previous authorisation up to 15kV, who wish to extend their authorisation level to enable them to operate on (indoor) 33kV systems. The programme focuses on the practical element of switching and is predominantly workshop rather than classroom based.

This course should be undertaken as an extension to the HVSO4 (or similar) full authorisation course.

This course aims to enhance delegates current high voltage authorisation to a higher level and familiarise participants with operational protocols and potential physical constraints associated with indoor 33kV power systems, following receipt of full authorisation training such as HVSO4 (or similar) high voltage authorisation training.

Course Content

The following elements are covered as part of this course:

  • High voltage safety rules
  • Safe Working in Outdoor Switchyards
  • Miscellaneous Safety Considerations
  • Operating Procedures
  • Practical Exercises
  • Course review

Who should attend?

The ideal candidate should be currently authorised to switch on high voltage systems up to and including 15kV, with a desire to expand their authorisation level to carry out switching on indoor systems up to and including 33kV.

Anyone attending training should also have a good level of both spoken and written English.

What Certification Will I Receive from This Course?

You will receive a certificate of competency after successful completion of this course.

For candidates who decide not to undertake, or are unsuccessful when taking the assessments, you will receive a certificate of attendance instead.