Authorised Person: HV Commercial Refresher Training Course
Course Code: AP24 | View training area
A 3 day training course for suitably experienced mechanical and electrical personnel who are currently practicing as high voltage authorised persons and have been nominated for re-appointment. Those with less experience may find the full Authorised Person: HV Commercial course more appropriate. Note, there is not a First Aid element within this refresher.
Please see below for our full training overview for High Voltage (HV) AP Commercial Refresher.
Benefits of attending for the delegate
- Continuous professional development, continued understanding and compliance with legislation.
- Better communication with colleagues. Coaching from highly experienced trainers and the opportunity to meet and interact with other AP's and AE's.
Benefits of attending for the employer
- Continued compliance with legislation.
- An independent recommendation of suitability as an Authorised Person.
- Better documentation, communication and enforcement of safe working procedures.
What you will learn
- You will revisit requirements of statutory regulation/legislation.
- High Voltage Safety Rules and Procedures.
- High Voltage equipment and protection.
- HV ring and radial systems.
- Operating records and documentation.
What qualifications will you achieve?
- The output from this course is a recommendation to support an Authorising Engineer's decision when considering the appointment of Authorised Person's.
How is this training delivered?
- Delegates complete practical exercises that involve the management, application and control of documentation.
- Delegates are continually assessed, both in written and practical exercises, and there are opportunities to work with a wide range of equipment that will support their knowledge in the field.
- This course can be intense, it includes evening work, both the reading of course materials and completion of projects.
What do I need to bring with me?
- Delegates can bring with them any materials used by their own employer, copies of risk assessments or management systems so that they can see how their materials fit in to the context of the training.
- Delegates should bring safety boots and safety glasses, and waterproof clothing for outdoor practical exercises.