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CSL is proud to be hosting a course with Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT) this coming October for electricians looking into hazardous areas. The course will be held in our head office, Mt Wellington, Auckland at various dates throughout the year. For the next course details contact Joanna Brown of WITT whose details are at the bottom of the page.

National Certificate in Electrical Apparatus in Explosive Atmospheres Level 4:

This qualification is designed for registered electricians, industrial measurement and control technicians and electrical inspectors, to develop competency in working with electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheres, (gas, dust, heat, pressure) and gain competency required to implement industry safety requirements specified in legislation and regulatory standards.

Course Code

Course Title

Purpose

CEA4.001
Electrical Apparatus in Explosive AtmospheresStudents will gain introductory and intermediate underpinning knowledge of electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheres and be able to report on the integrity of explosion-protected electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheres. The course includes unit standards; 26739, 26740 and 17054
CEA4.002
Install Maintain and Test Electrical Equipment in Explosive AtmospheresStudents will be able to install, maintain and attend to breakdowns of explosion-protected electrical apparatus and wiring systems in hazardous areas, and Conduct testing of electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheres installations. This course includes unit standards; 17056, 17058, 17059 and 17073

Programme Fees:

Domestic: $2,445

For all 5 days of the course.

Course going forward is dependant on meeting registration requirements. Call Jo, details below, to confirm interest.

Restrictions:

Applicants wishing to undertake study towards this qualification must hold a current practising license issued by the Electrical Workers Registration Board and be either a registered electrician or hold a level 4 qualification in Industrial Measurement and Control, Electrical inspectors or an Instrumentation Technician with experience in explosive atmospheres

This programme is delivered over 5 days or 40 hours total and students can choose from a range of block course options. Students are required to complete prior reading of the course notes provided before attending WITT and will be required to complete theory assessments as self-directed learning.

Contact details for more information:

Oil & Gas Manager

Joanna Brown

Email: Joanna.Brown@witt.ac.nz

DDI 06 757 3258 or 0800 948896 ext 8883