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Authorised Person Electrical Low Voltage HTM 06-02 (APLVH)

£1,495 + VAT
5 Days
York,   Slough,   Livingston and On-site.
Course Overview
This City & Guilds Assured course will enable you to gain the knowledge required to carry out Authorised Person duties and responsibilities in order to achieve compliance with the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. The course is based on the specific requirements of Health Technical Memorandum HTM 06-02 Electrical Safety Guidance for Low Voltage Systems.

Please note we have the ability to offer this course on-site at client premises and on a bespoke basis.
Who is This Course For?
This course is aimed at experienced engineering staff with the responsibility for the control, operation or maintenance of installed low voltage systems within healthcare environments and also those who may be appointed as Authorised Person (Electrical Low Voltage).
Start Date End Date Location Price (Ex. Vat)
Mon, 8th July 2024 Fri, 12th July 2024 Slough £ 1,495
Mon, 15th July 2024 Fri, 19th July 2024 York £ 1,495
Mon, 29th July 2024 Fri, 2nd August 2024 Livingston £ 1,495
Mon, 19th August 2024 Fri, 23rd August 2024 York £ 1,495
Mon, 19th August 2024 Fri, 23rd August 2024 Livingston £ 1,495
Mon, 2nd September 2024 Fri, 6th September 2024 Slough £ 1,495
Mon, 23rd September 2024 Fri, 27th September 2024 York £ 1,495
Mon, 7th October 2024 Fri, 11th October 2024 Livingston £ 1,495
Mon, 11th November 2024 Fri, 15th November 2024 Slough £ 1,495
Mon, 18th November 2024 Fri, 22nd November 2024 York £ 1,495

Day Morning Afternoon
One
  • Introduction
  • Dangers of Electricity & Regulations
  • Low Voltage Distribution Systems & Equipment
  • Walk Around
Two
  • Requirements of HTM 06-02 Roles & Duties of Personnel Documentation
  • Low Voltage Working Procedures Classroom Exercise
Three
  • Live Working
  • Standby Systems
  • Documentation Exercise(s)
Four
  • Documentation Exercise(s)
  • Documentation Exercise(s)
Five
  • Documentation Exercise(s)
  • Procedural & Technical Assessment
  • Requirements of Electricity at Work Regulations
  • Working procedures to HTM 06-02
  • Low voltage equipment including switchgear and protective devices
  • Appointment and auditing procedures
  • Requirements of BS7671 with regards to Health Technical Memorandum (HTM)
  • Roles and duties of personnel
  • Safe isolation of standby power supplies and equipment
  • Monitoring and control of work undertaken by contractors
  • Completion of log books and associated documentation
Prior to attending this course we recommend you have completed the following or their equivalent and possess:
Background knowledge or experience working within an electrical role.
Everything you require for this course is provided
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Course Training Team

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Graham Taylor MIET

HV/LV Electrical Systems Training Manager

Graham is a HV/LV Electrical Systems Training Manager and has over 35 years experience in the electrical industry and a further 9 years teaching Safe Systems of Work courses. Graham specialises in Electrical High and Low Voltage training courses and has extensive experience which including working in the following areas: Maintenance engineer, Maintenance Management, Project Management as well as Electrical duty holder positions. Graham has worked within a wide range of different electrical roles in various different industries including the automotive, food and print sectors, where his responsibilities included electrical installations and repairs as well as managing large engineering projects. He has also carried out Electrical Authorised Person roles in both high and low voltage disciplines.

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Ian Bryant

Senior HV/LV Training Consultant

Ian is a Senior Electrical Training Consultant with over 20 years experience served at RAF Fylingdales. During this time he was an Authorised Person with duties in Mechanical and Electrical disciplines. Ian has also held positions within the commercial and industrial sectors as an Engineer, Project Manager and Lead Engineer.

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Allan Johns

Senior HV/LV Training Consultant

Allan has been in the electrical world in various industries for around 40 years since starting as an apprentice in construction installation. He has worked within the Commercial Diving, Facilities Management, Commercial and Leisure Marine as well as the Film industry mainly based within the electrical sectors of these but also covering the safety side of these areas.


Customer Questions

Q: What is the difference between Authorised Person Low Voltage and Authorised Person Low Voltage HTM 06-02?
A: Authorised Person Low Voltage is aimed at experienced engineering staff within the MOD and Commercial sectors. The Authorised Person Low Voltage HTM 06-02 is based on the specific requirements of Health Technical Memorandum (HTM).
Q: What is an Authorised Person?
A: An Authorised Person is defined as someone who has been formally authorised in writing to undertake a role.
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