Unit standards for Master Installation Electrician (Hazardous/specialised areas) 

Test, inspect and complete a certificate of compliance for an electrical installation in a hazardous area

  • Test and inspect an electrical installation in a hazardous area (Unit Standard No. 13821)
  • Issue certificate of compliance for an electrical installation in a hazardous area (Unit Standard No. 13684)

 Next training course dates: Refer to course calendar on the web page www.pandttechnology.co.za

 The training program is at our training centre at 141 Lamp Road, Wadeville, Germiston where relevant tools, processes and criteria will be demonstrated and provided.

 Our programs are developed in such a way as to allow you to meet the requirements of the Department of Labour, in terms of accreditation application as well as to provide you with the necessary tools and expertise to confidently go out and inspect and test electrical installations using the knowledge and recourses available to you.

 After successful completion of the assessment you will receive documentary proof of successful completed unit standards of inspection, testing and certification of the relevant assessment as required by the Energy Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA).

 Department of Labour Accreditation as determined by the EWSETA require by P and T Technology (Pty) Ltd to ensure competence for assessments above. Documentary proof of your process and documents used by you to inspect, test and certify any of the above type of electrical installation is a prerequisite for assessment process.

 The assessment for competence as required will be conducted after you have collected all evidence. The assessment process will include

  • Evaluation of previous coached or self-inspection and testing tests conducted by you.
  • A knowledge evaluation of applicable codes or standards.
  • An onsite assessment to establish competence in inspection and testing and evidence recording.
  • The completion of the supporting documentation of on site assessment.
  • Completion of a Certificate of Compliance.
  • Feedback and certification and ESETA communication.

 Target audience

  • Electricians working in hazardous/specialised installations
  • Maintenance electricians
  • Electricians who issue Certificates of Compliance (CoC) on hazardous/specialised installations
  • Electricians requiring assessments for Department of Labour accreditation application
  • Electricians wanting to upgrade their knowledge of inspection and testing in hazardous/specialised electrical installations.

 Pre-requisites

Knowledge of relevant codes of practice linked to hazardous/specialised installations would be an advantage as this course applies the codes and practices.

Purpose of program

To equip delegates with knowledge, skills and information to interpret codes, standards and legislation and thereby enabling them to conduct and record valid detail during hazardous/specialised electrical installations inspections and tests.

 Contents

  • Applicable Occupational Health and Safety Act 85.1993 legislation
  • Identification and assessment of area to be inspected.
  • Hazardous/specialised area identification and zoning
  • Recording of results and inspection report
  • Tests to be conducted and interpreting readings
  • Client reports and final inspections.
  • Assessment preparation for delegates requiring competence assessment
  • Practical application for inspecting and testing

 Training methodology used during course

  • Interactive participative presentation
  • Practical use of documentation and instruments will be done during course
  • Programs are limited to a maximum of 15 delegates in order to allow delegate participation

 Course documentation provide

  • Occupational Health and Safety Act 85.1993 booklet
  • Selected codes of practice relevant to the course.
  • Support material

 Course duration:- 5 days (8:30 to 16:15)

 Refreshments

Tea/coffee and lunches provided

 Certificates

All delegates assessed competent will receive a certificate and a EWSETA statement of results

 Assessment criteria

 The assessment for competence as required will be conducted after you have collected all evidence. The assessment process will include:-

  • Evaluation of previous coached or self-inspection and testing tests conducted by you.
  • A knowledge evaluation of applicable codes or standards.
  • An onsite assessment to establish competence in inspection and testing and evidence recording. (This date will be allocated to the delegate during the duration of the course and cannot be changed)
  • The assessment is treated as a NATIONAL EXAM where applicable and cannot be cancelled.
  • All re-assessments and cancelled assessments will be levied at a cost of 45% of the course fee and no negotiations will be entered into.
  • An onsite assessment to establish competence in inspection and testing and evidence recording.
  • The completion of the supporting documentation of on site assessment.
  • Completion of a Certificate of Compliance.
  • Feedback and certification and ESETA communication.  

Terms and conditions – please refer to the Terms and conditions document

 Course cost – Training and assessment R 9 516.14 including 14% VAT

  

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