All of our electrical and mechanical training courses reflect the latest methods, practices and legislation and provide hands-on experience on specialist equipment. Our experienced teams can also provide consultancy on safe systems of work and create bespoke programmes aligned to business procedures.
Competent Person: Low Voltage (CP3)
Competent persons training course for safety and duties on electrical low voltage installations. Compliance to the Electricity at Work Regulations.
Authorised Person: Low Voltage (AP12)
Low voltage commercial training course for mechanical and electrical authorised persons safe working procedures on LV electrical installations.
Authorised Person: Low Voltage Refresher (AP12a)
Electrical authorised persons training course to refresh the requirements of safe working procedures on low voltage installations.
Competent Person: Low Voltage Healthcare (CP1)
Healthcare competent persons training course for safety and duties on electrical low voltage installations (HTM 06-02).
Authorised Person: Low Voltage Healthcare (AP5)
Healthcare training course for authorised persons for low voltage installations. Benefits hospital engineers in supervision of electrical services.
Authorised Person: Low Voltage Healthcare Refresher (AP5a)
Healthcare low voltage refresher training course for safe working of hospital engineers and technicians in supervision of electrical services.
HV Workshop - Practical Introduction to Safe Isolation of HV Equipment (ME31)
HV safety training course for an introductory workshop into safe working on high voltage power distribution systems and issuing of safety documents.
Authorised Person: High Voltage (Industrial and Commercial) (AP15)
High voltage distribution training course for authorised persons on commercial systems and equipment. Compliance to Electricity at Work Regulations.
Authorised Person: High Voltage (AP15b)
Blended learning training course for authorised persons on HV commercial systems and equipment. Compliance to Electricity at Work Regulations.
Authorised Person: High Voltage (Industrial and Commercial) Refresher (AP24)
Electrical authorised persons training course to refresh the essential requirements of safe working procedures on high voltage equipment.
Authorised Person: High Voltage (Healthcare) (AP6)
High voltage training course for authorised persons for operation and maintenance of healthcare HV equipment. HTM 06-03 safety rules.
Authorised Person: High Voltage (Healthcare) Refresher (AP7)
High voltage training course for healthcare authorised persons to refresh requirements of safe working procedures. HTM 06-03 safety rules.
Authorised Person: Low and High Voltage (MOD) (AP1)
Electrical authorised persons training course for MOD high voltage and low voltage equipment and systems. MOD JSP 375 safety rules.
Authorised Person: Low and High Voltage (MOD) Refresher (AP3)
High and low voltage refresher training course for authorised persons to maintain compliance on HV/LV electrical systems. MOD JSP 375 safety rules.
Skilled Person: Mechanical (Boiler and Pressure Systems) (CP2)
Mechanical awareness training course for safety rules and procedures for commercial systems skilled persons. Compliance with legislation.
Authorised Person: Mechanical Systems (Boiler and Pressure Systems) (AP11)
Mechanical authorised persons training course for boilers and pressure systems requirements and safe working procedures.
Authorised Person: Mechanical Systems (Boiler and Pressure Systems) Refresher (AP22)
Mechanical authorised persons refresher training course for continued compliance for boilers and pressure systems and safe working procedures.
Authorised Person: MOD Mechanical Systems (Boiler and Pressure Systems) JSP (AP10)
Authorised persons training course for compliance with safe working procedures on mechanical systems. MOD JSP 375 safety rules.
Gas Network Instrumentation Modules (GNIM)
Training to provide an overview of the aspects of the instrumentation that is typical on Gas Networks. Gain an awareness of operational equipment.
Gas Network Electrical Modules 2, 3 & 4 - Electrical Authorisation (GNEM 2,3,4)
Electrical authorisation training related to Gas Networks within the UK. Courses to meet the requirements for working on or near electrical equipment.
Gas Network Electrical Module - Portal Appliance Testing (GNEM5R)
PAT testing refresher training for service and inspection of portable electrical equipment. Provides awareness of changes in the 5th edition COP.
F-Gas (Cat1) City & Guilds 2079-11 (ME9)
F-Gas City and Guilds 2079-11 training course for compliance and maintenance of refrigeration and heat-pump equipment containing fluorinated gases.
Electrical Introduction for Mechanical Technicians (ME12)
Conversion training course for those with mechanical background who need an understanding of electrical low voltage installations.
Mechanical Introduction for Electrical Technicians (ME18)
Conversion training course for those with an electrical competence and who require an understanding of mechanical systems.
Electrical Awareness (ME29(V))
Virtual training course for an introduction to requirements for safe use of electrical equipment in the workplace as required by regulations and safe practices.
Electrical Awareness (Digital) (ME29(D))
Digital training course for an introduction to requirements for safe use of electrical equipment in the workplace as required by regulations and safe practices.
HV Awareness for Managers (ME30)
High voltage awareness training course for facilities managers with responsibilities for HV systems and electrical safety regulations.
18th Edition Wiring Regulations (BS7671:2018) (EL18)
City & Guilds accredited training course for electricians, technicians and installers to display knowledge of the IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition.
18th Edition Wiring Regulations Refresher (BS7671:2018) (EL18-1)
Wiring regulations course designed to upgrade those who have previously completed a 17th Edition IET Wiring Regulations (3rd amendment) course.
Electricity at Work Regulations (ME33)
Maintenance training course for Electrical Duty Holder's to have a greater understanding of the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations.
Electricity at Work Regulations (Digital) (ME33(D))
Digital training course for an introduction to a greater understanding of the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations and how it affects your work.
Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification (ME27)
Electrical verification training course for undertaking inspections on domestic single phase system circuits and installations.
Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (ME91c)
Installations training course to prepare candidates for the inspection and testing of electrical installation work.
In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (PAT Testing) C&G 2377-77 (ME16(P))
Electrical low voltage training course for inspection of portable appliance testing (PAT). Compliance with statutory legislation.
Single Point Safe Isolation (ME15)
Electrical safety training course for those with Mechanical/ Maintenance background who need to carry out their own single point electrical isolation.
Level 3 Award in Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (City & Guilds 2919-01) (EVC)
Electric vehicle training course for IET Code of Practice covering legislation, design, selection and commissioning of the final installation.
Electrotechnical Experienced Worker Qualification Level 3 (2346) (EWR-ENR)
City and Guilds qualification for practising electricians to gain a formally completed industry apprenticeship or equivalent Level 3 NVQ qualification.
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Specialist training for electrical persons
Develop Training’s courses are ideal for Competent Persons, Authorised Persons, Engineers and Managers, with responsibility for Electrical High Voltage and Low Voltage systems.
Key business benefits of Develop Training’s electrical safety training
- Reduced health and safety risks for employees and others affected by electricity at work.
- Compliance with health and safety legislation, reduces risk of prosecution and/or civil claims.
- Accredited training for all levels from operatives to office-based staff management training programmes, ensuring skilled, competent and compliant workforce.
- Continuous learning approach, with training tailored to the specific needs of individuals to maximise learning and engagement.
- Highest quality training standards, from the course content to the trainers and the learning environment.
- Automation of training management through the Learning & Assessment Portal.
- Instant and ongoing analysis of training needs, progress and effectiveness.
Electrotechnical Experienced Worker Qualification Level 3 (2346)
The Electrotechnical Experienced Worker Qualification is for electricians who have been working in the industry for at least 5 years (not including time spent in full or part-time training) but have not formally completed an industry apprenticeship or equivalent Level 3 NVQ qualification.
Specialist mechanical training for AP’s, Healthcare and Defence
Develop Training provide a range of mechanical safety courses that replicate the latest methods and practices in mechanical engineering, ideal for Authorising Engineers,
Develop Training provide a range of mechanical safety courses that replicate the latest methods and practices in mechanical engineering, ideal for Authorising Engineers, Authorised Persons, Competent Persons and Mechanical Engineers. Specialist mechanical training is also available for the Defence and Healthcare sectors, meeting the most up to date legislation outlined in the Health Technical Memorandum (HTM) and Joint Service Publication (JSP’s).
Mechanical AP training covers topics relating to boilers and pressure systems, petroleum and mechanical engineer training as well as the wider range of mechanical training courses in boiler house management, FGas and pressure systems.
Multi-skilled mechanical engineers
Develop Training provide options for engineers to gain multiple skills across different disciplines, through conversion based training solutions including electrical to mechanical conversion and mechanical to electrical conversion. Skilling your engineers in this way can help with managing workforce planning to a tight budget.
Understanding pressure systems for compliance
Mechanical services such as pressure systems can cause serious injury and damage if health and safety rules are not followed. Companies risk heavy fines and reputational damage if incidents occur.
It is vital that employers understand their duties and responsibilities, and have the correct systems and procedures in place, to ensure the safety of those operating and maintaining pressure systems and other mechanical services.
Developing competence in-house ensures that safe working policies and written systems of examination can be tailored to your individual equipment and process requirements and any sector-specific regulations, while still meeting professional standards.
Electrical and Mechanical Safe systems of work
We have experience in helping clients create safe systems of work policies, where they are not already in place. In some cases, the successful completion of individual mechanical training units may be used as evidence to support the completion of different award schemes.
Practical, hands on Electrical and Mechanical training
Our safety training is delivered at purpose built mechanical engineer training facilities, based on real life working environments and provide practical, hands on experience on the latest mechanical equipment. This provides learners with the platform to enhance and grow their skills throughout the course of their career. Courses are delivered through our open programme of mechanical safety training courses or on an ‘as required’ basis either at our training centres or on-site at your premises. Simply contact us to find out more.
Many of our mechanical engineer courses can be tailored to your companies own policies and/or safe systems procedures.