1 day course
Normally taken as an extension to the three-day Basic Electrical course, this course focuses on the theory and practical issues related to electrical motors, including principles of operation, wiring connections, starting methods, testing and fault diagnosis.
Companies intending to task non-electrical personnel with routine electrical duties on low voltage electrical equipment and systems will find it particularly useful.
It’s also ideal as a stand-alone or independent course for those requiring specific information and training relating to the basic electrical maintenance of motors, control devices and associated accessories.
- AC and DC motor principles.
- Methods of starting.
- Methods of connection.
- Testing procedures.
- Fault finding techniques.
- Introduction to speed control.
- Discussion and questions.
The following courses are also available and may complement and build upon
the knowledge gained
on the Motor Principles course.