Electrical Inspector (Safe to Approach) Coaching

Electrical Inspector (Safe to Approach) Coaching

Have you completed LEI Theory and LEIP need to start on safe to approach.

Triple Trade training can provide you with the knowledge and information in electrical inspection not just to pass the licencing assessment but to gain sufficient underpinning knowledge to become a Licensed Electrical Inspector.

Triple Trade training will provide guidance for candidates attempting the assessment for ‘G’ Class Licence in all three license assessments, “Theory, Practical and Safe to Approach” as defined in the Electrical Safety (Installation) Regulations. It also provides guidance and reference material for Licensed Electrical Inspectors once they become a licensed inspector.

Triple Trade Training provides resource material that sets out methods of inspecting and testing that have been commonly used over many years by Inspectors for verifying that the requirements of the Act, Regulations, Wiring Rules and the Service and Installation Rules have been met.

In providing this information Triple Trade Training intention is to provide industry best practice processes and procedures on methods of testing along with sufficient underpinning information for the candidate to understand the rationale/reasons behind such tests and methodology.

Expectations

Designed for electricians and instrument technicians
Broad industry coverage
Delivered by expert trainers

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Course Fees

$120 + GST

Entry Requirements

Completed ‘G’ Class Licence Theory assessments

Duration and Delivery

Thursday Nights 7pm till 9pm

Topics Covered

Provision of the correct techniques in performing a “Safe to Approach” test

  • Electrical & personal safety
  • Safe approach
  • Inspection & testing of a green field site
  • Inspection & testing of the consumer mains
  • Inspection of the electrical installation including main switchboard and associate electrical equipment
  • Certificates of Electrical Safety (COES)
  • ESV Defect List

Student Requirements

  • Analogue IR Tester
  • Voltage tester
  • Independent earth
  • A copy of the Documents
    • AS/NZS 3000:2018+A1 Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules)
    • AS/NZS 4836:2011 +a1  Safe working on or near low-voltage electrical installations and equipment
    • AS/NZS 3008.1.1:2017 Electrical installations – Selection of cables Cables for alternating voltages up to and including 0.6/1 kV – Typical Australian installation conditions
    • AS/NZS 3012:2018 Electrical installations – Construction and demolition sites
    • AS/NZS 3010:2017 +a1 2020 Electrical installations – Generating sets

Licensing Exams

To be eligible to sit the Class G licence, the following prerequisites are required:

• Electrician’s (A/E Class) licence.
• If your licence has expired, ESV must provide approval for you to sit the assessment. To apply authorisation, email a copy of your trade certificate and expired licence details to [email protected] and include information on why you are making the request.

The LEI Class G licence is a combination of three separate assessments, undertaken at three different times:

  • The G CLASS Theory
  • G Class Practical
  • Safe Approach

G Class Theory Assessment – 2 hours 15 minutes (including reading time)
The theory tests a broad range of knowledge

G Class Practical Assessment – 2 hours
A practical test in two parts: the second part incorporating inspecting and testing of a commercial/industrial installation.

Safe Approach Assessment – 1 hour
The Safe Approach involves the inspecting and testing of electricity supply for construction purpose.

On successfully passing the assessments, submit your assessment results, any additional competency requirements and application fee as required by ESV.

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Future Energy Skills
Building 2, Level 3,
195 Wellington Road,
Clayton VIC 3168

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WHY PEOPLE TRAIN WITH US

Experienced trainers

Our trainers have collectively more than 65 years’ experience working in the Electrical industry’s Also have more than 36 years as Electrical inspectors, and over 30 years’ experience teaching others. We know our stuff.

Quality Course Materials

Our course materials are written in an easy-to-read, well-organised style, ideal for reference after the course. And the content is backed up by standards – there are no opinions, only facts.

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We love what we do, and with 50 years’ collective experience we’ve got a story or two to tell. Fun might be a bit of a stretch, but we’ll guarantee you won’t be bored on one of our courses.

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