Electrical Test and Tag Course DARWIN

UEESS00098 - Electrical Test and tag Course - DARWIN

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Please note this calendar is not clickable : find an available date that suits you and mention it in your Booking notes on the checkout page.

We are currently taking bookings up to the end of July. Our Test and Tag Courses are available every day of the week.

Please allow enough time for the student to complete the theory assessments from home (approx 2 full days)

Test and Tag Calendar

TEST AND TAG + 3 PHASE TEST AND TAG + PLUG TOP REPLACEMENT COURSE

 

You could do your Test and Tag + Three Phase + Plug Top Replacement Courses in one day. In this case please allow 10 to 11 hours for finishing all 3 courses. If you would like to do at a slower pace add an extra day to ease the workload.

TEST AND TAG + THREE PHASE TEST AND TAG

COURSE PACKAGE  – 1 DAY – $650

Save $150

METREL DELTA GT 3309  – $1,259  $1,399  
10% OFF 

Buy your Metrel PAT Tester along with your course and get 10% OFF!

We will give it to you when you get to class for your practicals*. You can use it and make sure you know how to use it for future testing!

*Please place your order at least one week before your practicals date

Metrel DELTA 3309 Kit – $4,230 $4,700
10% OFF

Buy your Metrel PAT Tester along with your course and get 10% OFF!

Includes :

  • Metrel 3309 PAT Tester
  • Zebra ZQ520 bluetooth printer
  • Carry case
  • Android App and Tablet
  • Power Supply 100-240VAC to 12VDC 2A suit P4T/ZQ520
  • Print tags 250 of each (blue, yellow, green, orange, red, white)
seaward
SEAWARD PAC3760DL – $1199

Buy your PAT Tester from our partner TERRITORY INSTRUMENTS and get 10% Off the above price. Feel free to bring it for your practicals! (show proof of purchase for your Test and Tag course with Ausinet to get your discount)

ABOUT THE COURSE

Test and Tag is used to check the safety of electrical appliances. This is a safety requirement and testing and tagging equipment should be conducted on a regular basis. 

This is the perfect little short course that will give you the opportunity to work with the portable apparatus tester, utilizing test results to establish the safety status, identifying safe and unsafe cords and apparatus, applying appropriate tagging, documenting testing activities and handling unplanned events.

This course gives you real experience of testing & tagging. In this course you will get real experience in the workshop testing & tagging equipment which actually you are going to test more often.

 

The course meets the requirements of both the Australian Standards and the WHS Regulations Code of Practice ‘Managing Electrical Risks in the Workplace’ which states inspection and testing of electrical equipment should only be carried out by a competent person who has the relevant knowledge, skills and test instruments to carry out the relevant inspection and testing.

There are no entry requirements to this qualification. It is advised to have a moderate level of language,literacy and numeracy to undertake this course. An assessment will determine support needs.

Please bring a pen and notebook.


Personal protective equipment is required:


Enclosed footwear, long cotton trousers and long sleeved cotton shirt are required to worn at all times when undertaking practical training.


Students failing to meet these minimum standards of dress will not be permitted entry to practical classes.

2 days theory online from home + 1 day face to face practicals.


Theory has to be completed before attending the practicals in class. Assessments along with resources will be provided once the enrolment is confirmed.


The PAT tested used for training are Seward and Metrel.

All students will be trained on the latest technology using a wide variety of Portable Appliance Testers.

CodeUnit of CompetencyPoints (Hours)
UEENEEE101AApply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace20
UEENEEP026AConduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord connected equipment and cord assemblies20

Course Outcome:

  • Apply Occupational Health and Safety
  •  Conduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord
  •  Interpret the test results of any equipment they use
  • Understand legislation, Australian Standard AS/NZS 3760 and Codes of Practice relevant to
    ‘Managing Electrical Risks in the Workplace’
  • On successful completion of this course you receive a Statement of Attainment

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐" Great knowledge from the trainer Kev. Highly recommend" CRAIG A.

 

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐"Content was good, making use of video presentations and plenty of opportunity to practice. The flexible training hours really suited me, too. Thanks Kevin!" WILLEM W.

 

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐"The course was very well set up to accommodate my roster. Kevin was brilliant, he guided me through all aspects of the course making sure I understood both the practical and theory. One of the best courses I have completed, very enjoyable." DAMIEN L.

*Duration is for practicals only. Theory is to be completed from home. Total nominal hours is 40. 1 day full time, course completion duration may vary depending on student self-paced completion of the units and on job practical experience. Check with trainer for exact duration and click our Calendar for dates.

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