Electrotechnics

Our specialists are the best in electrotechnics!

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It is impossible to imagine a modern world without electrical engineering specialists.

Today, engineering jobs in the electrical goods industry have a leading position on the labour market.

We train electrical engineering staff in accordance with European DIN EN 50110-1 standards and the latest versions of German standards (VDE).

Rely on us for your own training or for the training of your specialists!

Electrically instructed person (EuP)

Target audience:

Employees, who have not completed any professional training in electrotechnics and whose professional duties exceed one specialty and involve actions that are related to the electric equipment. This course is also designed for those employees, who have to enter confined industrial spaces with electric equipment, for instance, painters, locksmiths, etc.

The aim of the course:

“Electrically instructed person” – EuP (from German – Elektrotechnisch unterwiesene Person). The aim of the course is to train the employees that are non-electricians to perform works on electric equipment in a safe manner, allowing them to evaluate the risks and avoid dangers, which can arise from the use of electric current. The acquired qualification “Electrically instructed personnel” EuP allows to perform specific types of work according to the directive №3 DGUV (previously – BGV A3) and rules №4 DGUV (previously- DGUV-V A3), for instance, cleaning of the industrial spaces in the presence of electric equipment; performing the work in the vicinity of the electric parts under voltage; switching off the voltage according to the instructions, checking the non-existence of voltage, etc.

Course content:

  • Basics of electrotechnics
  • The effect of electric current on a human
  • Safety measures and requirements in electrotechnics
  • Preconditions to perform the assigned work in a safe manner
  • Preventive measures in case of direct or indirect contact with electric current
  • Defining the spectrum of work allowed to persons, who have had a security briefing on safe work with electrical equipment
    Detailed information
    Venue
    Riga, Liepajas st. 34

    Dates
    Upon request

    Duration
    16 hours

    Price
    From 300,00 EUR

    Contact us via e-mail and specify the course dates or we shall agree upon the most suitable course date for you.


Electrically instructed person (EuP) - ONLINE course

Target audience:

Employees, who have not completed any professional training in electrotechnics and whose professional duties exceed one specialty and involve actions that are related to the electric equipment. This course is also designed for those employees, who have to enter confined industrial spaces with electric equipment, for instance, painters, locksmiths, etc.

The aim of the course:

“Electrically instructed person” – EuP (from German – Elektrotechnisch unterwiesene Person). The aim of the course is to train the employees that are non-electricians to perform works on electric equipment in a safe manner, allowing them to evaluate the risks and avoid dangers, which can arise from the use of electric current. The acquired qualification “Electrically instructed personnel” EuP allows to perform specific types of work according to the directive №3 DGUV (previously – BGV A3) and rules №4 DGUV (previously- DGUV-V A3), for instance, cleaning of the industrial spaces in the presence of electric equipment; performing the work in the vicinity of the electric parts under voltage; switching off the voltage according to the instructions, checking the non-existence of voltage, etc.

Course content:

  • Basics of electrotechnics
  • The effect of electric current on a human
  • Safety measures and requirements in electrotechnics
  • Preconditions to perform the assigned work in a safe manner
  • Preventive measures in case of direct or indirect contact with electric current
  • Defining the spectrum of work allowed to persons, who have had a security briefing on safe work with electrical equipment
    Detailed information
    Venue
    ONLINE

    Dates
    Upon request

    Duration
    16 hours

    Price
    240,00 EUR


 

Electrically instructed person (EuP) Refresher

Target audience:

Employees, who have not completed any professional training in electrotechnics and whose professional duties exceed one specialty and involve actions that are related to the electric equipment. This course is also designed for those employees, who have to enter confined industrial spaces with electric equipment, for instance, painters, locksmiths, etc.

The aim of the course:

“Electrically instructed person” – EuP (from German – Elektrotechnisch unterwiesene Person). The aim of the course is to train the employees that are non-electricians to perform works on electric equipment in a safe manner, allowing them to evaluate the risks and avoid dangers, which can arise from the use of electric current. The acquired qualification “Electrically instructed personnel” EuP allows to perform specific types of work according to the directive №3 DGUV (previously – BGV A3) and rules №4 DGUV (previously- DGUV-V A3), for instance, cleaning of the industrial spaces in the presence of electric equipment; performing the work in the vicinity of the electric parts under voltage; switching off the voltage according to the instructions, checking the non-existence of voltage, etc.

Course content:

  • Basics of electrotechnics
  • The effect of electric current on a human
  • Safety measures and requirements in electrotechnics
  • Preconditions to perform the assigned work in a safe manner
  • Preventive measures in case of direct or indirect contact with electric current
  • Defining the spectrum of work allowed to persons, who have had a security briefing on safe work with electrical equipment
    Detailed information
    Venue
    Riga, Liepajas st. 34

    Dates
    Upon request

    Duration
    8 hours

    Price
    180,00 EUR

    If you cannot find any suitable course date in the list, please contact us via e-mail and specify the course dates or we shall agree upon the most suitable course date for you.


 

Electrically instructed person (EuP) Refresher - ONLINE course

Target audience:

Employees, who have not completed any professional training in electrotechnics and whose professional duties exceed one specialty and involve actions that are related to the electric equipment. This course is also designed for those employees, who have to enter confined industrial spaces with electric equipment, for instance, painters, locksmiths, etc.

The aim of the course:

“Electrically instructed person” – EuP (from German – Elektrotechnisch unterwiesene Person). The aim of the course is to refresh the knowledge of the employees that are non-electricians to perform works on electric equipment in a safe manner, allowing them to evaluate the risks and avoid dangers, which can arise from the use of electric current. The acquired qualification “Electrically instructed personnel” EuP allows to perform specific types of work according to the directive №3 DGUV (previously – BGV A3) and rules №4 DGUV (previously- DGUV-V A3), for instance, cleaning of the industrial spaces in the presence of electric equipment; performing the work in the vicinity of the electric parts under voltage; switching off the voltage according to the instructions, checking the non-existence of voltage, etc.

Course content:

  • Basics of electrotechnics
  • The effect of electric current on a human
  • Safety measures and requirements in electrotechnics
  • Preconditions to perform the assigned work in a safe manner
  • Preventive measures in case of direct or indirect contact with electric current
  • Defining the spectrum of work allowed to persons, who have had a security briefing on safe work with electrical equipment
    Detailed information
    Venue
    ONLINE

    Dates
    Upon request

    Duration
    8 hours

    Price
    170,00 EUR


 

Electrician preparation course (training for the beginners)

Target audience:

The course is designed for a wide range mounters who have undergone occupational health and safety briefing for working with electrical equipment (according to DGUV Regulations No. 3).

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide necessary theoretical knowledge, which allows the person to perform certain works on electrical equipment independently and without the guidance of an electrical engineering technician.

Course content:

  • Dangers connected with the electric current
  • Safety measures in case of the direct or the indirect contact, choosing the right protective equipment and safe working methods
  • Revision of the first aid course
  • Responsibilities and duties of the specialist and the manager
  • Specific electrotechnical requirements in an enterprise
  • Exam

 

Electrician preparation course (basic training)

Target group:

The course is designed for wide – profile mounters.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide the basic knowledge of electrical engineering and electrical safety. The course participants also receive a training that is necessary for the qualification “A professional electrician for certain works” according to the prescription DGUV 3.

Course content:

  • Dangers connected with the electric current
  • Occupational safety measures; observation of the safety rules while working with the electric devices
  • Revision of the first aid course
  • Responsibility of the specialist and the manager; specific electrotechnical requirements in an enterprise
  • Practical classes and exam

 

Electrician

Target audience:

The course is designed for the people, who wish to acquire a qualification “Electrician” and to gain a second level professional qualification.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to prepare electricians, who can perform the mounting, repair and exploitation works of electrical facilities and electrical equipment under the guidance of a specialist of a higher qualification level, according to the requirements of the technical and the technological documentation, in the manufacturing, municipal and public companies, where the relevant electrical facilities and equipment is applied.

Course content:

  • Basics of electrical engineering, electrical engineering materials and measurements
  • Electrical power networks and installation technologies
  • Use of the technologies in electrician works
  • Basics of technical drawing
  • Labor protection and labor legislation
  • Informatics
  • Professional communication
  • Professional qualification practice
  • State exam

 

Operating on cable lines with the voltage under 1kV

Target audience:

The course is designed for professional electricians who provide customized services or whose work is connected to electricity generation, transmission, distribution and power companies.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide knowledge of how to mount cables of low voltage, as well as how to apply various technologies of mounting of coupling joints, tie joints, transition joints, cable terminations and plug connectors.

Course content:

  • History, basic concepts, materials applied in cable production.
  • Most frequently used cables of low and medium voltage
  • Cable labeling
  • Cable selection and cable laying
  • Construction of entrance cable
  • Cable installations in rooms and switch boxes
  • Operating of cables with plastic and paper-oil insulation- relevant instruments
  • Low voltage cable connection technologies
  • Materials for cables mounting
  • Cable termination and mounting of sleeves
  • Mounting of coupling joints, tie joints, transition joints, cable terminations and plug connctors, applying the modern technologies in the working process

 

Operating on cable lines with the voltage under 35kV

Target audience:

The course is designed for professional electricians who provide customized services or whose work is connected to, transmission, distribution and power companies.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide knowledge of how to mount cables of middle voltage, as well as how to apply various technologies of mounting of coupling joints and plug connectors.

Course content:

  • History, basic concepts, materials applied in cable production.
  • Most frequently used cables of middle voltage
  • Cable labeling
  • Cable selection
  • Operating of cables with plastic and paper-oil insulation; relevant instruments
  • Middle voltage cable’s connection technologies
  • Materials for cables mounting
  • Cable termination and mounting of sleeves
  • Mounting of coupling joints and plug connectors, applying the modern technologies in the working process

 

Access to the functional switching and operation on electrical equipment with up to 30 kV

Target audience:

The course is designed for professional electricians who provide customized services or whose work is connected with in electricity generation, transmission, distribution and power companies.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide participants with the knowledge about the requirements for personnel authorized to carry out operations in electric networks with voltage up to 30 KV, as well as all related necessary professional actions. Course participants will learn the network equipment functions and regulatory requirements governing the safe performance of work.

Topics:

  • High voltage distribution gears
  • Systems of distribution gears
  • Maintenance operations in the exploitation process
  • Actions in case of ground fault and switch actuation
  • Operating close to the installation parts under high voltage

 

Access to the functional switching and operation on electrical equipment with up to 110 kV

Target audience:

The course is designed for professional electricians who provide customized services or whose work is connected with in electricity generation, transmission, distribution and power companies.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to perform switching of electrical equipment with voltage up to 110 KV, as well as to explore the functions of the networking equipment and legislation that regulates the safe work execution.

Course content:

  • High voltage distribution gears
  • Systems of distribution gears
  • Maintenance operations in the exploitation process
  • Actions in case of ground fault and switch actuation
  • Operating close to the installation parts under high voltage

 

Measuring and testing of electrical devices

Target audience:

The course is designed for professional electricians who install and operate with the electrical installations and equipment and are obliged to test them according to VDE and DGUV.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide knowledge about the correct measurement procedures and control methods, applied in Germany. The theoretical and practical knowledge gained during this course ensures a higher quality of the performed measurements and a secure operation process.

Course content:

  • Relevant personnel qualification, undergoing an inspection
  • Inspection performed by an appropriate specialist
  • Safety requirements according to DGUV
  • Drawing up protocols of inspection
  • Work with the software
  • Inspection devices measuring according to VDE
  • Practical measurements on electrical installations and equipment
  • Tracing the faults
  • Specialised measurements (insulation resistance testing, loop “phase-neutral” resistance and earth resistance measurements)

 

Operating under active voltage up to 1kV

Target audience:

The course is designed for professional electricians who provide customized services or whose work is connected with in electricity generation, transmission, distribution and power companies.

The aim of the course:

The aim of the course is to provide all the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills that ensure a safe and professional work of the electrical work under active voltage.

Course content:

  • Basics of labour protection
  • Legal responsibility in case of noncompliance with the legislation and regulations
  • Dangers created by the electric current effect
  • Safety regulations UVV when performing a work on active parts of electrical equipment with the voltage under 1kV
  • Work instructions and permissions for performing a work on active parts of electric equipment with the voltage under 1 kV
  • Labour protection procedures, application of electrical protection measures, maintenance of the electric equipment and its inspection
  • Application of technologies, when working on active parts with the voltage under 1kV
  • Safety actions and procedures in specific natural conditions
  • First aid courses (including artificial cardiac massage)
  • Written exam
  • Practical training
  • Final practical exam

 


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