EEM Surface – Courses

EEM Surface - Courses

Course Code:

RIIRAI609D – Establish and Maintain Electrical Installations, Reticulation & Protection Systems

Prerequisites:

N/A

Location:

This course runs at our training facilities in Mackay QLD and Rutherford NSW. Alternatively, training can be delivered onsite at your workplace (Minimum numbers may apply).

Duration:

4 days

Description

This unit covers establishing and maintaining the mine electrical installations, reticulation and protection systems in the coal mining industry.

It encompasses aspects including power supply systems, electrical protection systems, cables from power source to point of usage, mobile machinery and electrical apparatus, overall electrical services that apply to production systems and safe electrical work procedures.

Please select your first preferred course date on the course calendar

Course Code:

UEENEEE110A – Develop & Implement Energy Sector Maintenance Programs

Prerequisites:

N/A

Location:

This course runs at our training facilities in Mackay QLD and Rutherford NSW. Alternatively, training can be delivered onsite at your workplace (Minimum numbers may apply).

Duration:

2 days

Description

This unit covers the development of maintenance programs to ensure safe and continued operation of plant and equipment within its design parameters, and to meet specific performance requirements such as machine availability. It encompasses evaluating risks associated with equipment failure, development of failsafe strategies incorporating maintenance frequency, repair/overhaul/replacement policies, and development of record and reporting systems.

Please select your first preferred course date on the course calendar

Develop & Implement Energy Sector Maintenance Programs Calendar

Course Code:

UEENEEE013B – Plan Electrotechnology Projects
UEENEEG169A – Manage Large Electrical Projects

Prerequisites:

Evidence of electrical trade qualification or electrical licence.

Location:

This course runs at our training facilities in Mackay QLD and Rutherford NSW. Alternatively, training can be delivered onsite at your workplace (Minimum numbers may apply).

Duration:

4 days

Description

This unit covers development and documentation of project proposals, milestones and completions. It encompasses establishing budgets, critical path analysis, development of workflow strategies, documenting, presenting and negotiating budgets and timelines.

This unit covers the management of large electrical projects involving design, modifications, installation, and/or maintenance of systems and equipment. The unit encompasses management of safety, budget variation, personnel, resources, critical path timelines and completion, evaluation and analysis of project performance, and the documentation required by a project.

The two units are clustered to holistically encompass the aspects of project management lifecycle. Beginning with a project concept, the course guides a student into the initiation and planning phases. At the completion of planning and after development of all project processes, procedures, policies and baselines, the student gains knowledge in the application of these areas throughout project execution.

Students are trained to enable incorporation of project tracking and conduct of earned value analysis as part of project execution.

Finally the course addresses project closeout where evaluation of the outcome of the project is conducted. This includes documentation of best practices and lessons learned into a repository for the benefit of future similar projects.

Please select your first preferred course date on the course calendar

Plan & Manage Large Electrical Projects Calendar