Qualified Technical Person (QTP): Conduct Compliance Inspection of LV Electrical Installations Single Phase and with demand exceeding 100A Per Phase:

UEENEEG122A

UEENEEG123A

Qualified Technical Person (QTP): Conduct Compliance Inspection of LV Electrical Installations Single Phase and with demand exceeding 100A Per Phase:

These units are part of the package for QTP nominees who must hold a current Queensland electrical mechanic work licence and must have completed, within the last three years;

  • UEENEEG197A – Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations
  • UEENEEG122A – Conduct Compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations, AND
  • UEENEEG123A – Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

Day 1: UEENEEG122A Conduct compliance inspection of single phase LV electrical installations

This unit covers inspection of single phase domestic installations for demand not exceeding 100 A for varying compliance with electrical safety regulations. It encompasses working safely, conducting tests and inspections, documenting non-compliance defects, taking/recommending actions resulting from non-compliance defects, applying regulatory requirements and completing inspection reports.

Enterprise customer relations protocols encompassing:

  • Purpose of customer relations
  • Procedures for dealing with customers
  • Dealing with customer issues

Electricity regulatory safety requirements encompassing:

  • Regulatory requirements for ensuring the safety and integrity of electrical installations.

Regulatory requirements are relative to the jurisdiction for which competency is sought

  • Types and scope of electrical inspections and safety audits
  • Authority of electrical inspectors

Electrical installations, single phase inspections encompassing:

  • Scope of inspection of single phase installations.
  • Processes for inspection of single supply arrangements, main switchboard and earthing
  • Actions and procedures for dealing with non-compliance defects.

 

Day 2: UEENEEG123A Conduct compliance inspection of LV electrical installations with demand exceeding 100 A per phase

This unit covers inspection of general electrical installations for verifying compliance with electrical safety regulations. It encompasses working safely, conducting tests and inspections, documenting non-compliance defects, taking/recommending actions resulting from non-compliance defects, applying regulatory requirements and completing inspection reports.

Electrical installations, inspections and safety compliance audits encompassing:

Inspection types and their scope:

  • inspection of general electrical installations, special electrical installations, hazardous areas installations, safety audits and investigations.
  • Inspection procedures
  • Processes for confirming that performance standards have been met.
  • Actions and procedures for dealing with non-compliance defect

Students will also need to complete an assignment before attending college.

Duration:                  2 Days; 7.00am to 4.00pm

Course Dates:         Mon/Tues – 23 & 24 July; Mon/Tues – 20 & 21 Aug

Locations:                Electrogroup, 9 Railway Terrace, Rocklea, Brisbane QLD 4106

 

Registration:            Complete enrolment form

Cost:                         $990 AUD – (GST inc.) – Payable by debit or credit card upon registration

Students will receive a ‘Certificate of Attainment’ after successful completion of this course

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For the separate course on UEENEEG197A – Apply currency of safe working practices and compliance verification of electrical installations, refer to the information in this site.