This Electrical Safety Course is designed for Electricians, Electrical Engineers, PAT Testers, Line Installers and those who want to gain a deeper understanding of health and safety legislation, guidelines and procedures.
In this course, you will broaden your understanding of electricity, how it is measured, the advantages of electricity, electrical generation, electrical hazards and how to evaluate the safety of electrical equipment. It covers key topics such as safety laws in the UK, identifying hazards in the workplace and Portable Appliance Testing (PAT).
Besides, by the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of your legal requirements in the workplace and the essential skills and knowledge to maintain electrical standards, assess safety risks and ensure the safety of others when working with electrical equipment in compliance with HSE regulations.
Who should take the course
This practical training course is suitable for any professional who works in the electrical industry, including, but not limited to, the following:
- PAT Testers
- Electrical Engineers
- Line Installers
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
Once you’ve successfully completed your course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). All of our courses are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field. Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.
In module one, we will take a look at some of the main advantages of electricity and explore electricity generation.
In module two, we will deepen our understanding of what electricity is, how it is measured and its key benefits.
In module three, we will learn about the different types of electricity-related accidents and injuries in detail.
In module four, we will gain an in-depth understanding of electrical standards and legislation in the UK.