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Installation & Glanding
- Course Length 3 days
- Taught Hours 24
- Practical Assessment Yes
- Knowledge Assessment Yes
This course is aimed at electrical tradespersons, supervisors or engineers whose job function involves the installation and maintenance of electrical/instrumentation equipment in potentially hazardous areas.
To be eligible to enroll in this program participants MUST:
- Hold an electrical/instrumentation trade qualification AQF III or higher and/or a valid Australian Electrical License (E/L);
- Demonstrate appropriate industry experience, recommended minimum of 2 years (If the learner has no experience in hazardous areas, they are required to complete the MOXI Awareness course prior to attending at no extra cost)
- Pre-reading of AS/NZS 60079 series which can be accessed through your employer or HB13 available from MOXI.
Units of Competency covered
- UEENEEM080A Report on the integrity of explosion protected equipment in a hazardous area
- UEENEEM024A Install explosion-protected equipment and wiring systems - gas atmosphere
- UEENEEM025A Install explosion-protected equipment and wiring systems - dusts atmosphere
- UEENEEM026A Install explosion-protected equipment and wiring systems – pressurisation
- GLANDING Assessment of glanding techniques and application (non-accredited)
This course is for the technician whose main job function is installation work. It equips the learner with the basic knowledge required of combustible substances, fundamentals of hazardous area classification, electrical explosion protection techniques, equipment marking and certification requirements and the purpose of the hazardous area verification dossier. It also covers installation requirements and its application of practical skills including glanding in alignment with the requirements of the relevant AS/NZ standards. These also include the required safe work practices.
MOXI’s courses contain in depth theory components. All practical aspects are delivered and assessed in our specialised EEHA workshop. When completed on site, participants are required to submit evidence of practical assessments and application of skills where access to plant and/or machinery is not available during the course.
On successful completion of this skill set, learners will be awarded with either:
Statement of Attainment in partial completion of the Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas – Electrical (UEE42611) for holders of an E/L
Certificate of Competency in line with AS/NZS 4761 for those learners who hold an electrical qualification higher than AQF IV level but no E/L
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RTO Code: 51160