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Conduct A Conformity Assessment of Explosion Protected Equipment (CAD)
- Course Length 5 days
- Taught Hours 40
- Practical Assessment Yes
- Knowledge Assessment Yes
This course is aimed at qualified electrical engineers or qualified persons with appropriate background
experience whose job function is assessing the Certification documentation of explosion-protected
equipment with a certificate of conformity other than an IECEx, ANZEx or AUS Ex Certificate, and
producing a conformity assessment document. It encompasses skills and knowledge to examine and
compare document content, compare requirements of IEC or AS/NZ Standards with alternative
Standards on which the original certification was based.
- An AQF level 5 qualification or equivalent
- Pre-requisite units (or equivalent) prescribed by the training package are:
- UEENEEE004B Prepare specifications for the supply of materials and equipment for electrotechnology projects; OR
- UEENEEE015B Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects; OR
- UEENEEE084A Write specifications for electrotechnology engineering projects OR
- UEENEEE124A Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report.
Units of Competency covered
- UEENEEM036A Conduct a conformity assessment of explosion-protected equipment - gas atmospheres
- UEENEEM037A Conduct a conformity assessment of explosion-protected equipment – dust
This course covers the knowledge and skills to perform a Conformity assessment through comparing alternate Standards to current AS/NZ Standards. It explores through practical exercise how to use the relevant Standards to determine an equivalent level of safety including how to prepare a conformity assessment and how to write a CAD report.
MOXI’s courses contain in depth theory components that are assessable as well as practical aspects delivered and assessed in our specialised EEHA workshop. Assessment tasks are performed as a simulated workplace situation. Participants must be able to demonstrate using the relevant standards, how to determine an equivalent level of safety for equipment. They will also need to prepare a conformity assessment and complete a CAD report.
On successful completion of this course learners will receive a Statement of Attainment in partial completion of UEE61211 - Advanced Diploma of Electrical Engineering – Explosion Protection
Contact us if you have any questions in regards to any of our courses.P: 1300 668 992 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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