Electrical Training

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  • Take advantage of our unique training program in the field of electrotechnical engineering for ETP, ESD, ES and CESC plus LW
  • The curriculum is designed according to the individual needs of each company
  • Our courses stand out due to our special practical approach
  • We offer a differentiated and seamless qualification program with flexible training modules
  • Our training is based on the current standards and regulations

 

Which qualification would you like to achieve?

Electrotechnically Trained Personnel (ETP)

This applies to a specially trained person who has been instructed on the dangers and how to carry out the work in an electrical environment by a Electrics Specialist. This work will be carried out by a ETP under the supervision of the Electrics Specialist (ES).

Sample Tasks of an ETP

Support of a ES while working on an electrical installation. In this case, the ES will assume responsibility for the safe conduct of work.

Electrical Specialist for defined jobs (ESD)

The Electrical specialist for defined jobs can perform repetitive tasks on electrical systems from clearly defined work instructions. Any work on these determined systems has to be set as soon as a job does not have the usual course defined by associated work instructions.

Tasks of an electrical specialist for defined jobs are:

  • Working on defined jobs (identical, repetitive tasks according to defined work instructions)
  • Perform work other than live line work, acting as contact for workshop staff within specified jobs, maintaining electrical equipment within the specified electrical activities,
  • testing electrical systems and equipment for proper running condition using provided tools (checklists, instructions, etc.) under the supervision and guidance of a CESC / ES.

While performing working tasks, the ESD is responsible for meeting safety standards. After successfully completing examinationsin theory and practice, the formal appointment must be made by the employer.

Electrics Specialist (ES)

Electrics Specialist (ES) can assess assigned tasks and recognize and avoid any risks that may arise from the electricity through their technical training, knowledge, and experience and knowledge of the relevant provisions in that field. The Electrics Specialist is only active in the area in which this experience has accumulated. Electrics Specialists are always necessary when electrical systems are built, changed or maintained. The status Electrics Specialist can also be attained when coming from a different profession as this qualification can be achieved through further education and practical experience.

Tasks of an Electrics Specialist can be, for example:

Responsible for disposal of recognizable infringements against safety regulations, regardless of their own range of responsibilities, training others in specialised operating environments, identifying, reviewing and adjusting training requirements, preparing instruction plans, creating work instructions for the ESD or providing technical assistance to ETPs within their relevant areas, implementing and evaluating necessary safety measures for their work, supporting annual safety training and in implementing training activities concerning safety-conscious behaviors when working on electrical  systems, supporting risk assessments and defining safety measures (accepted by signature), monitoring proper building, modification of and maintenance of operating and test equipment.

The powers of the Electrics Specialist can be, for example:

Providing discretionary power within areas of ​​responsibility to Electrically trained Personnel (ETP) and to Electrics Specialist for defined activities (ESD), instruction expertise, supporting competency (selection of ETP/ESD), arranging the necessary safety measures for all respective work, defining inspection intervals (for example, Personal protective equipment (PPE), measuring equipment, etc.).

The responsibility of the qualified electrician can be explained as follows: Definition of the technical responsibility scope: DIN VDE 0105-100: 2015, operational responsibility (DGUV Rule 3, § 4), control (DGUV Rule 3, § 5), planning, supervisory, managerial and professional responsibility (VDE 1000-10).

Trainings

We offer company tailored courses – directly on your site.

If you prefer open training to taking place on our site, we would be happy to inform you about the next available dates.

Depending on the required skill for you or your employees and according to their existing prior knowledge we can help you select the appropriate training with you.