Electrical Maintenance Training
Here’s 5 maintenance roles which could benefit from Electrical Maintenance Training
- Mechanical Maintenance Fitters
- Electrical Installation Contractors
- Technical Operators
- Plant Engineers
- Engineering Apprentices
Engineer Training can give the Maintenance Manager full control of the development of departmental skills profiles while giving trainees the best form of job enrichment.
Each of the above 5 roles might already have quite a diverse range of maintenance operations, however, I’m convinced all the people in these roles would benefit from some further training focussed on Electrical Maintenance: to upgrade their present range of fault finding skills; to now also include Electrical fault finding.
This will enable the Engineer to confidently isolate and test motors, cables, solenoids, relays, contactors, limit switches, electronic sensors etc and to make the best informed fault finding decisions and swap-out faulty components like for like.
Features of an Electrical Maintenance Course
A typical Electrical Maintenance Course might have most of these features:-
A well defined set of “Learning Outcomes” is the starting point. This clearly identifies every Learning Point to be made on the course and how it is delivered and assessed. This helps you to check that the course content and outcomes will closely match your needs in the workplace.
Small group numbers to maximise learning
Disciplined learning environment
Delivery of a well established and successful Teaching and Learning approach which utilises a range of review, assessment and feedback techniques.
Internal and External Verification of course processes, procedures and outcomes.
So, here’s the Starting Point