Pair workplace protocols and creative initiative to methodically design and produce various projects.
Apply communication and leadership skills to a team environment and work place operations.
High Voltage Coordination is designed for a HV Supervisor or some-one that has at least done some HV Supervision in the past, or wants to become a HV supervisor in the future.
The course discusses Coordination of crews of HV operators and studies the interaction that may occur between one or more HV crews.
The practical plans a 2 days switching program of 4 individual exercises and ensure that tasks are resources , planned and coordinated using modern planning techniques, so that the separate exercise do not interfere or endanger the other member. The practical also uses Access and Test permits where appropriate and concentrates on the coordinators roll in these exercises.
This course covers the coordination of work procedures that require the issue of electrical permits to work and other permits for working on major parts of the electrical network. It encompasses the analysis and coordination of all work activities planned to be undertaken within more or less the same time timeframe to ensure that: the organisation’s work safety and statutory requirements are complied with; the extent of power interruption, and hence inconvenience to customers, is minimised; and the effective utilisation of available resources, both from the organisation and from its contractors to ensure all planned activities are timely completed to specified standards and requirements.
This course is delivered in an online, self-paced environment.
Training is completed online and self-paced.
24hr access to Volt Edge support network.
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Units of Competency
|Unit Code||Unit Name|
|UEPOPS424B||Coordinate local H.V. networks.|
|UEPOPS525A||Coordinate and direct switching programs.|
|UETTDRIS50A||Coordinate power systems permit procedures.|
|UETTDRIS51A||Coordinate and direct power system switching schedules.|
Upon successful completion, you will receive a Statement of Attainment and the ability to:
→ Operate, monitor and control local network.
→ Analyse and respond to local network/system faults or incidents.
→ Review incident response and preventative procedures.