Course curriculum

  • 1

    Diagnosis

    • Understanding the strategy behind Diagnosis

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    • Control Systems Workshop

    • Control Systems Assignment

    • How the diagnosis process works from first contact to the onsite visit

    • Basic differences between Commercial and Domestic Grade products

    • Design differences between commercial and domestic grade components

  • 2

    Safety and PAT testing

    • What's in the test kit box?

    • How to correctly set-up and test to make sure you are safe when working live!

    • PAT testing using a Seaward PAT tester

    • PAT testing using a Martindale PAT tester

  • 3

    DC motors

    • How to use a Multimeter

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    • How to test motor windings using a multimeter Part 1 (this example using a good motor)

    • How to test motor windings using a multimeter Part 2 (this example using a faulty motor)

    • How to connect test equipment for a DC motor current test using the motor test box

    • Setting the correct speed for a DC motor current test using the motor test box

    • How to complete the DC motor current test itself using the motor test box

    • How to interpret the test results of a DC motor current test using the motor test box

  • 4

    AC Motors

    • Testing AC motor windings

  • 5

    MCB's

    • MCB test - setting up the equipment

    • MCB test - what to expect

    • MCB test - how to do the test

  • 6

    Essential Electricity and Electronics

    • Introduction

    • Basic Electricity - What is an Amp?

    • Basic Electricity - What is a Volt?

    • Basic Electricity - Resistance and Ohms Law

    • Basic Electricity - Power and Watts

    • Introduction to Electronic Components, Soldering and Circuit Board Construction

    • How to Solder

    • Build your own MCB construction project

  • 7

    Speed Sensors

  • 9

    Testing Mains Voltages

    • Component Identification

    • Testing Mains Voltages Part 1 of 4

    • Testing Mains Voltages Part 2 of 4

    • Testing Mains Voltages Part 3 of 4

    • Testing Mains Voltages Part 4 of 4

  • 10

    Rowers