HIGH VOLTAGE SWITCHING STAGE 1 & 2
Learn how to coordinate high voltage switching procedures as a Switching Coordinator
This course provides the practical skills and knowledge required to control and coordinate isolation and access of local high voltage networks where multiple sources of supply can exist.
High Voltage Switching Course Includes:
UEPOPS349 Operate Local HV Switchgear
UEPOPS456 Perform switching to a switching program
UEPOPS428 Develop High Voltage Switching Programs
UEPOPS424 Coordinate Local HV Networks
HV Switching Course Content:
Statutory compliance (Acts, Regs, Codes of Practice)
High switching principles
Developing switching programs where multiple sources of HV supply may be present
Developing switching programs where access to perform work simultaneously at various locations on the network is required to be managed.
Coordinating resources and activities when managing complex high voltage switching programs on a local high voltage network.
Mode of Delivery
This course utilizes a blended method of delivery with initial theory being completed online at the learners pace followed by face to face classroom and workshop assessment to cover practical and final assessments.
Who Should Attend?
Electrical Tradesperson, Coordinators and Engineers whose role requires them to control, coordinate and authorize access to apparatus forming part of HV network.
Industry recommendation and best practice recommends high voltage switching refresher training be completed no later than 2 - 3 year intervals.
Is this course Nationally Accredited?