Mechanical to Electrical Conversion (MEC)

£1,175 + VAT
5 Days
York and Slough.
Course Overview
This City & Guilds accredited course has been developed to provide delegates with a basic knowledge of electrical theory as well as an understanding of electrical machine principles and isolation requirements of electrical plant for mechanical work.
Who is This Course For?
This course is aimed at those working within a mechanical and electrical environment who would benefit from increased awareness of electrical principles and practices as part of their current role. It is also a good foundation course for those likely to undertake other electrical courses.
Start Date End Date Location Price (Ex. Vat)
Mon, 16th August 2021 Fri, 20th August 2021 York £1175
Mon, 23rd August 2021 Fri, 27th August 2021 Slough £1175
Mon, 20th September 2021 Fri, 24th September 2021 York £1175
Mon, 20th September 2021 Fri, 24th September 2021 Slough £1175
Mon, 18th October 2021 Fri, 22nd October 2021 Slough £1175
Mon, 25th October 2021 Fri, 29th October 2021 York £1175
Mon, 15th November 2021 Fri, 19th November 2021 York £1175
Mon, 22nd November 2021 Fri, 26th November 2021 Slough £1175
Mon, 20th December 2021 Fri, 24th December 2021 York £1175
Mon, 20th December 2021 Fri, 24th December 2021 Slough £1175
Mon, 10th January 2022 Fri, 14th January 2022 Slough £1175
Mon, 17th January 2022 Fri, 21st January 2022 York £1175
Mon, 7th February 2022 Fri, 11th February 2022 York £1175
Mon, 14th February 2022 Fri, 18th February 2022 Slough £1175
Mon, 28th February 2022 Fri, 4th March 2022 York £1175
Mon, 14th March 2022 Fri, 18th March 2022 Slough £1175
Mon, 21st March 2022 Fri, 25th March 2022 York £1175
Mon, 4th April 2022 Fri, 8th April 2022 Slough £1175
Mon, 25th April 2022 Fri, 29th April 2022 York £1175
Mon, 25th April 2022 Fri, 29th April 2022 Slough £1175

Day Morning Afternoon
One
  • Introduction
  • Introduction to Electricity & Hazards of Electricity
  • Introduction to Electricity Safe Isolation Of Circuits
Two
  • Basic DC Theory
  • Basic DC Theory & Introduction to Test Instruments
  • Practical Exercise Series & Parallel Circuits
Three
  • Basic AC Theory
  • Magnetism
  • Transformers
  • Earthing
  • Protective Devices
Four
  • Motors & Starters
  • Practical Exercise Motors & Starters
  • Practical Exercise Motors & Starters
  • Inverter Drives
  • Inspection & Testing
Five
  • Introduction to Fault Finding
  • Practical Assessment(s) - Safe Isolation of Electrical Circuits
  • Written Assessment(s)
  • Requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations and dangers of electricity
  • Electrical safe systems of work including practical isolation exercises
  • Electrical circuit theory and practical use of measuring instruments
  • Low Voltage protection devices
  • Requirements of BS7671:2008 (2015)
  • Single and three phase motors and associated starters
  • Inverter drives
  • Connection and verification of electric motor wiring
  • Motor fault finding
  • Final assessment exercise
Prior to attending this course we recommend you have the following:
There are no pre-requisite requirements to attend this course and everything is provided for the course duration
Course Training Team

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Kevin Burbidge

Electrical Installations Training Manager

Kevin is a senior electrical training consultant with over 30 years experience in the electrical industry. He specialises in electrical high and low voltage training courses including electrical installation testing and authorised person training for the commercial, healthcare and defence sectors. Kevin has worked as an electrical/mechanical engineer for various organisations and was an engineering project manager for 6 years specialising in research and development projects for Royal Mail. Kevin has also carried out electrical authorised person roles in both high voltage and low voltage disciplines.

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Don Maccallaugh

Associate Training Consultant

Don is a qualified Electrical, and Company Authorising Engineer with over 36 years' experience of the MoD and the private service sector. As a Chartered member of IOSH, Don has held several senior roles, which include UK Director of Compliance for a leading UK facilities management company. Don has extensive experience of HSE management systems, and mechanical and electrical safe systems management. He was previously the Technical Services Director responsible for all building services disciplines for a major facilities management organisation. Whilst employed as a MoD Training Manager Don managed the development of the Defence Estates BTEC safe system management qualification. Don has not only delivered training but also provided H&S consultancy extensively within the UK and overseas, including India, Gibraltar, Cyprus and Belize.


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