Authorised Person: Low Voltage (AP12)
Course for suitably experienced mechanical and electrical personnel who have been nominated for appointment as authorised person electrical, with respect to low voltage distribution and installations, or supervising work on LV installations. Learners who attend this course should have a firm understanding of basic electrical principles and theory. The course is primarily for engineers and technicians involved in the supervision of electrical services and the application of safety rules and procedures to these systems.
4 day course
Benefits for the learner
- Understanding and compliance with legislation.
- Better communication with colleagues.
Benefits for the employer
- Compliance with legislation.
- An independent recommendation of suitability as an Authorised Person.
- Better documentation, communication and enforcement of safe working procedures.
What you’ll learn on this course
- Requirements of statutory regulation/legislation. Statutory Safety Regulations (EAWR 89). Safety Regulations and procedures under HSG 85.
- Safe Systems of Work (House Rules).
- British Standard (BS) 7671 Institute Electrical Engineers (IEE) Current Wiring Regulations.
- Application of EAWR 89 to LV installations.
- Local Safe Systems of Work.
- Issue of Permits to Work.
- Procedures for Live Working.
- Operating records and documentation.
What do I need to bring with Me?
- Learners 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.
- Learners should bring safety boots and safety glasses, and waterproof clothing for outdoor practical exercises.
How is the training delivered?
- Learners complete practical exercises that involve the management, application and control of documentation.
- Learners 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.
- This course incorporates assessment and certification under the City and Guilds Accredited Scheme.
August 2021 - Thomas Ward
The teacher Al was amazing
October 2020 - Darren Levers
The food, the event was good all-round, given that most learning events can be hard work mentally as I'm not a class room sort of person, it was presented very well, I managed to stay awake all the way through.
October 2020 - Kevin Bernard
Lecturer was clear, concise, involved enough with the class to engage learner concentration on the task at hand
October 2020 - Ryan Wilson
The way the tutor delivered the course made it very interesting and enjoyable
October 2020 - Tyne Littledyke
Quiet location Good food
March 2020 - Neil Jones
finishing the course to the best of my ability.
January 2020 - Richard Cobb
Nice learning environment
January 2020 - Jonathan Mason
January 2020 - Lee Willis
The course content and friendly staff + lecturer. Would highly recommend Develop Training and look forward to taking further training with them.
November 2019 - Dave Goldthorpe
I really enjoyed the event as a whole. The instructor was very knowledgeable and explained things we wasn't sure about in a way that made it easier to understand
October 2019 - Paul McCarthy
Tutors knowledge and willingness to answer any outlaying questions on course content and practical experence
October 2019 - Scott Cant
The lecturer was knowledgeable , Friendly & precise. Open group discussions assisted learning
October 2019 - Colin Rushforth
Tutor was very knowledgeable and help adapt Company rules to compare to our own
October 2019 - Chris Mann
Stuart our tutor was very good
October 2019 - Andy Heggie
It been really interesting seeing how we should work, compared to how we work due to expectations and labour on jobs.