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Planning & Design

  • Course Length 5 days
  • Taught Hours 40
  • Practical Assessment Yes
  • Knowledge Assessment Yes

Target Audience

This course is aimed at electrical engineers or senior electrical tradespersons whose job function involvesthe
design of explosion protected electrical systems and planning installations for potentially hazardous areas.
Delivery consists of Online Assessments and Training Materials along with support from our elite
Instructors & Assessors

Selection Requirements

The planning component of this course requires previous competency with the installation of explosive
protected equipment while the design component requires a confirmation of prior competency with
designing electrical systems and installations at AQF level 6 or equivalent. Sample pre-requisite units include
(but are not limited to): See AS/NZS4761

  • UEENEEM024A Install explosion-protected equipment and wiring systems - gas atmospheres
  • UEENEEG125A Plan electrical installations with an LV demand up to 400A per phase;
  • UEENEEI112A Verify compliance and functionality of process control installations;

AND at least one of the following (or equivalent)

  • Develop design briefs for electro technology projects; OR
  • Design switchboards rates for high level faults; OR
  • UEENEEI123A Design electronic control systems.

Units of Competency

  • UEEHA0029 Plan electrical installations for hazardous areas
  • AS/NZS CLAUSE 2.13 Apply explosion-protection requirements to the DESIGN of electrical
    systems and installations

Course Content

This skill set equips the learner with the advanced knowledge of the planning and design strategies for the
selection of suitable explosion protected equipment, wiring systems and the design of electrical installations
in potentially explosive atmospheres. Topics include equipment selection, selection of wiring systems and
the earthing requirements, Ex e power dissipation, IS loop design requirements, the application of gas
detectors and the documentation requirements for the hazard area verification dossier. Learners must have
access to AS/NZS 60079 series and AS/NZS 3000 Australian wiring rules.


MOXI’s courses contain in depth theory components. Practical aspects are assessed via the programme and
from submitted evidence. Participants MAY be required to submit evidence of practical assessments and
application of skills. Can be complete at MOXI Venues or via our Cloud Assessment Portal.



On successful completion of UEEHA0029, a Statement of Attainment will be issued in partial
completion of the Certificate IV in Hazardous Areas – Electrical (UEE42622)

On successful completion of AS/NZS CLAUS 2.13, a CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY will be issued in line with AS/NZS4761. 

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