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Courses that can be presented Onsite

Workshops and/or Courses are offered for companies that wish to receive the training for their employees on their own premises or at a location of their choice. Some of the courses that can be offered on the clients premises are:-

  • The full version of this course is presented over a 2 week period, whereby the complete syllabus is covered. The learner will be fully competent to sit for the National Examination at an FET college after completing this course.
  • Installation Rules (SANS 10142-1:Code of Practice) Workshop- 4 days

    This shortened version of the full course will still cover all the concepts and principles covered in the full course. The shortened version however does not allow for practice time during the workshop.

  • What is my legal position as an Electrician and/or Electrical Contractor?- 1 day

    The workshop discusses your legal position in terms of the OSHAct and the Electrical Installation Regulations. Questions that you should ask are…… Who is responsible for the safety of electrical installations? Can I work on an electrical installation and what qualifications/registrations do I need if I want to work? Is it necessary for me to be an Electrical Contractor before can fix someone’s electrical installation? This workshop will address all these questions and more!!

  • How do I complete a Certificate of Compliance?-2 days

    If you are an existing Installation Electrician, Student or Aspiring to become an Installation Electrician with Wireman’s Licence or you just need to brush up on your skills this workshop is for you. This workshop discusses how you should inspect and electrically test an installation. It covers topics such as completing a Certificate of Compliance and testing bonding, earth continuity, Insulation Resistance, Voltage Drop, Loop Impedance and many other tests. This workshop will assist you to make judgements in terms of whether the readings that you have taken are acceptable or not. Additional material such as setting up floor plans, equipment lists, schematic diagrams to accompany your CoC is also discussed and templates for these are given.

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This course:-

  • is presented in collaboration with NGTS Training Centre and the qualification is assessed against National Unit Standards, listed under the auspices of MERSETA, with QCTO.
  • introduces the learner to the field of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and Control Systems Technology (CST).
  • has a theoretical and practical component (control panel simulation using the Siemens PLC S7-200).
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This course:

  • is presented in collaboration with NGTS Training Centre and the qualification is assessed against National Unit Standards, listed under the auspices of MERSETA, with QCTO.
  • expands the concepts learned in the Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers course. It discusses detailed programming principles and techniques of Programmable Logic Controllers (Programming 1) and explains the concepts of Control Systems Technology (CST).
  • has a theoretical and practical component (control panel simulation using the Siemens PLC S7-300 CPU).
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This course:

  • is presented in collaboration with NGTS Training Centre and the qualification is assessed against National Unit Standards, listed under the auspices of MERSETA, with QCTO.
  • expands the concepts learned in the Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s) – Intermediate course. It expands on the concepts studied before and deals with advanced features such as described below.
  • has a theoretical and practical component (control panel with analogue processing simulation using the Siemens S7-300 CPU).
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This course:-

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This course:-

  • is presented in collaboration with NGTS Training Centre and the qualification is assessed against National Unit Standards, listed under the auspices of MERSETA, with QCTO.
  • covers the field of Human Machine Interfacing (HMI), communicating with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).
  • expands the concepts learned in the Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s) – Intermediate course. It expands on the concepts studied before and deals with advanced features such as described below.
  • course has a theoretical and practical component (Siemens HMI Panels communicating with S7-300 and S7-1200 TIA Portal CPU).
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