Electrical Equipment and Safety: Operation, Control, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

202425nov(nov 25)3:06 pm29(nov 29)3:06 pmElectrical Equipment and Safety: Operation, Control, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Course Details


  • Apply tools and techniques to perform electrical maintenance and troubleshooting on various types of electrical equipment
  • Demonstrate a basic current, voltage, and resistance relationships in electrical systems
  • Describe how inductors and capacitors work and interact with electrical circuits
  • Explain the theory of a generator and how a sine wave is produced
  • State the difference between a power and a distribution transformer and explain the cooling methods used for transformers
  • Minimize risks by identifying the hazards associated with electrical energy and by complying with safety guidelines
  • Describe and apply the requirements in EN 500110, the most widely used standard for the protection of individuals from the effects of electrical hazard


Electrical concepts

  • Basic atomic structure
  • Voltage / current / resistance
  • Inductance / magnetism / capacitance
  • Direct Current (DC)
  • Alternating Current (AC)

  Electrical terminology

  • Understanding Volts / Amperes / Ohms
  • Defining Henry / Farads
  • Applying Ohm’s Law
  • Kirchhoff’s Law

  Electrical components: operation, control, and maintenance

  • Direct Current (DC)
  • Alternating Current (AC) circuits
  • Motor fundamentals
  • P/N junction semi-conductors
  • Rectifiers
  • Transistors
  • Test equipment
  • Transformers
  • Switchgear
  • Circuit breakers
  • Protective relaying
  • Motor control center

  Electrical maintenance planning

  • Definition of planned maintenance
  • Recommended maintenance periodicities
  • Factors that affect periodicities
  • Scheduling tips

  Electrical hazards & protective measures

  • Electrical terminology
  • Electric shock
  • Arc flash

  Hazard assessment concerns for live electrical work

  • Determining what hazards are involved
  • Identifying the risks involved
  • Developing measures to reduce the risks
  • Implementing the measures
  • Documenting the process

Who Should Attend ?

This course covers essential skills necessary for electrical maintenance personnel including electrical managers and supervisors, electrical professionals, electrical engineers, controls technicians, and other professionals responsible for the operation, maintenance and safety functions. It will also be beneficial for anyone working with electrical contractors.


25 (Monday) 3:06 pm - 29 (Friday) 3:06 pm(GMT+03:00)



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Masks Required
Physical Distance Maintained
Event Area Sanitized
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