Technical Training – Electrical

 

We are accredited by QCTO to offer the Occupational Certificate: Electrical Line Mechanic (Overhead Lines) SAQA 91781

  • Apply health and safety to a work area – 5 days
  • Basic Rigging – 4 days
  • Transportation of material, equipment and  – 2 day
  • Loading/offloading and securing equipment and material – 2 days
  • Ladder safety – 2 days
  • Working at height systems – 2 days
  • Working at height systems( rescue training) 2 days
  • Basic electricity – 1 day
  • Select, use and care for electrical measuring equipment – 2 days
  • Use and care for hand tools – 3 days
  • Select, use and care of power tools – 3 days
  • ORHVS awareness and construction regulations – 2 days
  • Supervision – 2 days
  • Construction servitudes and drawings interpretations – 2 days
  • Excavation and barricading of poles and stay holes – 7 days
  • Identify, handle and assemble medium voltage line hardware and related material – 5 days
  • Equipotential earthing – 4 days
  • Planting and installation of poles and stays – 7 days
  • Crimping – 3 days
  • String, tension and install conductors and jumpers – 10 days
  • Erect and install pole – mounted transformers and meter kiosks – 7 days
  • Clerking and handover procedures – 2 days
  • Earth resistance testing – 2 days
  • Low voltage line construction – 10 days
  • Low voltage cables – 10 days
  • Pre paid meters – introduction – 1 day
  • Pre paid meters – basic STS testing –  1 day
  • Pre paid meters – installation procedure and commissioning – 1 day
  • Pre paid meters – fault finding and change out – 1 day
  • Pre paid meters – split metering – 1 day
  • Testing and service connections – 2 days
  • Complete compliance certificate for single phase domestic installation –  8 days
  • Operate on LV networks – 5 days
  • Perform work on energised LV networks – 5 days
  • Street lights – 5 days

 

EWSETA ACCREDITED COURSES

  • Equipotential Earthing – SAQA 258938 – 4 days
  • High Voltage awareness and supervision – SAQA 258938 – 2 days
  • High Voltage Regulations – SAQA 242766 – 5 days
  • Crimping – SAQA 230064 – 3 days
  • Meter reading Awareness – 1 day 
  • Meter reading – connections and disconnections – 3 days
  • HV Operator training up to and including Outcome 1-4 (MV) – 5 days
  • HV Operator training up to and including Outcome 5-6 (HV) – 10 days
  • Responsible person for access to sub stations – 3 days
  • Responsible person to accept a work permit – 4 days
  • Responsible person to supervise sub – station work – 4 days
  • Responsible person to supervise close proximity work- 3 days
  • Authorised to carry out work up to and including 22 kV – 1 day
  • Authorised to access readiness for HV Regulations – 5 days
  • Low Voltage operating readiness for assessments – 5 days
  • Inspect, test and maintain high voltage insulators
  • Repair and maintain electric power tools
  • Maintain transformers
  • Maintain servitudes, wayleaves and clearances
  • Install and terminate Medium Voltage cables
  • Operate on Low Voltage networks
  • Identify, handle and assemble Medium or High Voltage line hardware and related materials
  • Joint Medium Voltage cables
  • Inspect, maintain, repair and do fault finding on Medium/High Voltage networks
  • Inspect, test and maintain Medium/High Voltage earthing systems
  • Install/replace Medium/High Voltage equipment and hardware
  • Inspect and clean Medium/High Voltage yards and enclosures
  • Perform work on energised Low Voltage networks
  • Install or replace mini substations and ring main units/switches
  • Inspect, record and report condition of Medium/High Voltage station apparatus and related equipment
  • Install Medium Voltage transformers
  • Maintain batteries, battery rooms or tripping units
  • Understand fundamentals of electricty
  • Inspect, test and maintain Medium/High Voltage transformers
  • Inspect, test, maintain and repair Low/Medium voltage overhead networks
  • Construct, maintain and dismantle Medium Voltage overhead networks
  • Carry out a detailed electrical inspection on an isolated overhead line
  • Construct, maintain and dismantle Medium Voltage overhead networks

The following courses are offered in the electrical field and is aimed at contractors doing work for Eskom or Municipalities. Many of these courses are also relevant to APP companies.