Hazardous Areas Classification And Design (Training Program)

Competency Training Pty Ltd

This training program is made up of units from the Electrotechnology Training Package. It is designed to provide participants with an understanding of hazardous area classification procedures and techniques for both gas/vapour installations and for combustible dusts, including the proper methods for documenting the classification. This course is intended for electrical workers, technicians, engineers and senior engineers involved with the design of electrical installations in hazardous areas and in area classification.

Entry Requirements:

Certificate III in Electrotechnology or equivalent. Applicants must have previously completed a full Installation and Maintenance course or tertiary electrical qualification.

Subjects you can Study:

UEENEEM052A Classify hazardous areas - gas atmospheres; UEENEEM053A Classify hazardous areas - dust atmospheres; UEENEEM054A Plan electrical installations in hazardous areas - gas atmospheres; UEENEEM055A Plan electrical installations in hazardous areas - dust atmospheres; UEENEEM057A Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations - gas atmospheres; UEENEEM058A Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations - dust atmospheres

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Salisbury No info No Full time 5 days
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