Uniper Engineering Academy

Uniper Engineering Academy

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Training

  • High Voltage Operations

  • City & Guilds 9848-51 Certificate in High Voltage Operational Safety Course

    City & Guilds 9848-51 Certificate in High Voltage Operational Safety Course

    Regulation 16 of the Electricity at Work Regulations states: “No person shall be engaged in any work activity where technical knowledge or experience will be necessary to prevent danger or where appropriate, injury, unless he possesses such knowledge or experience or is under such degree of supervision as may be appropriate having regard to the nature of the work.”

  • Power Plant

    Now that's a lot of knowledge - knowledge and experience that our trainers have passed on to power plant operatives the world over. Using a combination of classroom-based lessons and hands-on practical exercises, many courses on offer are accredited by City and Guilds providing plant professionals with an internationally recognised qualification.

  • Engineering

    Training that results in a thorough and complete understanding of the task at hand and the confidence to deal with any situation swiftly and competently. In addition to over 20 fully equipped training suites on two different purpose-built sites, we also have workshops, an overhead line school, control room simulators and a 'live' HV network which are all used for practical exercises and simulations.

  • City & Guilds 9848-51 Certificate in High Voltage Operational Safety

    City & Guilds 9848-51 Certificate in High Voltage Operational Safety

    Regulation 16 of the Electricity at Work Regulations States: No person shall be engaged in any work activity where technical knowledge or experience will be necessary to prevent danger or where appropriate, injury, unless he possesses such knowledge or experience or is under such degree of supervision as may be appropriate having regard to the nature of the work. The 5 day high voltage operational safety course aims to introduce an engineering approach...

  • High Voltage (HV) Operational safety (refresher)

    High Voltage (HV) Operational safety (refresher)

    The Health & Safety Executive recommend that persons working on or around High Voltage Systems undergo refresher training. This course has been designed for delegates wishing to update their skills and familiarise themselves with the latest legislation. This course is only for candidates who have already attended the Five Day High Voltage Operational Safety Course, other recognised training courses or are already authorised by their company. A letter of...

  • High Voltage (HV) Operational safety (refresher plus)

    High Voltage (HV) Operational safety (refresher plus)

    The Health & Safety Executive recommend that persons working on or around High Voltage Systems undergo refresher training every two to three years. This course has been designed for delegates wishing to update their skills and familiarise themselves with the latest legislation. This course is only for candidates who have already attended the Five Day High Voltage Operational Safety Course, other recognised training courses or are already authorised by...

  • Safe Operation of HV/LV Systems

    Safe Operation of HV/LV Systems

    To refresh the candidates understanding and knowledge of safe systems of work, for tasks on or near electrical equipment at LV and HV to 11 kV. This is a compressed version of the 5 day training course for experienced engineers.

  • High Voltage Sub - Station Access

    High Voltage Sub - Station Access

    This 1-day safety course is designed to give delegates a level of knowledge to enable them to safely gain access to high voltage operational areas. Please note: The one-day course is based on substations with no exposed HV Conductors.

  • Access to High Voltage Operational Areas

    Access to High Voltage Operational Areas

    This 1-day safety course is designed to give delegates a level of knowledge to enable them to safely gain access to high voltage operational areas. This will include access into a 33/132kV open busbar compound substation, with exposed busbars.

  • Basic Electrical Safety

    Basic Electrical Safety

    On completion of the course, delegates will have gained an understanding of how to competently carry out simple electrical tasks and use electrical test equipment. An awareness of safety around Low Voltage systems.

  • City & Guilds 9848-53 Electrical Multiskilling (Foundation) Certificate

    City & Guilds 9848-53 Electrical Multiskilling (Foundation) Certificate

    This course will raise the awareness of the hazards and dangers associated with electrical equipment and machines and demonstrate safe methods of work accordingly. On completion of the course delegates will be able to diagnose simple electrical faults and have an understanding of the possible causes and carry out necessary isolations and repairs, whilst understanding their limitations and hazards associated with the electrical systems and machines.

  • Electrical Multiskilling (Enhanced)

    Electrical Multiskilling (Enhanced)

    In conjunction with the Foundation course, this course is designed for delegates with a non electrical background to gain further understanding of Electrical Motor Theory. The course is high in practical content and will allow delegates to perform additional electrical tasks safely and competently.

  • Siemens S5 Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Level 1

    Siemens S5 Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Level 1

    Each participant will be guided through a series of structured practical exercises. The initial emphasis will be to gain confidence in the use & understanding of Siemens S5 programming software. Delegates are also encouraged to participate in the writing of PLC programs & also to gain the necessary Fault Finding skills for the modern day control environment.

  • Siemens S5 Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Level 2

    Siemens S5 Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Level 2

    To give delegates who already have a basic understanding of PLC’s more detailed knowledge of operation and programming to enhance their current skills. Along with the Hardware & Software elements there will be programming & fault finding exercises using conveyor systems & software simulation. LAD Ladder programming will be used with constant reference to CSF & STL alongside the development & use of the Simatic S5 Software simulation.

  • Allen Bradley Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Level 1

    Allen Bradley Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Level 1

    Each participant will be guided through a series of structured practical exercises. The initial emphasis will be to gain confidence in the use & understanding of Allen Bradley programming Software. Candidates are also encouraged to participate in the writing of PLC programmes & also to gain the necessary Fault Finding skills for the modern day control environment.

  • Pipe Fitting

    Pipe Fitting

    To provide the underpinning knowledge and practical skills necessary to install and maintain high and low pressure pipework systems using the correct components and modern techniques.

  • Pumps and Pumping Systems

    Pumps and Pumping Systems

    To give delegates an appreciation of the skills necessary to overhaul, maintain and operate various pumps, pumping systems and compressors.

  • Title Shaft Alignment

    Title Shaft Alignment

    To provide delegates with the skills necessary to overhaul, maintain and align coupling/ shaft systems.

  • Valves

    Valves

    To provide the practical skills and underpinning knowledge required for those involved in the servicing, maintenance, and testing of valves used in power station and industrial applications.

  • Automatic Control

    Automatic Control

    To give delegates an understanding of automatic control principles and equipment and provide personnel with the underpinning knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to maintain and ‘fault find’ on automatic controllers.

  • Enhanced Multi-skilling

    Enhanced Multi-skilling

    To give delegates who already have some control and instrumentation experience a more detailed understanding of specific areas.

  • Invertors

    Invertors

    To raise the awareness of non-electrical staff with regard to the concepts of variable speed drives and soft starters, why and where they should be used, the reasons for use and the benefits.

  • Introduction to Process Control

    Introduction to Process Control

    To provide an understanding of the correct calibration requirements of equipment used to measure pressure, level, flow and temperature.

  • Pneumatic Control Equipment and Systems

    Pneumatic Control Equipment and Systems

    To provide an understanding of air systems and associated equipment. The knowledge, skill and techniques necessary to maintain and calibrate this equipment.

  • Advanced Investigation Analysis

    Advanced Investigation Analysis

    Advanced investigation will aid you to analyse the information gathered by using a variety of tools relevant to the severity of the incident. To identify root and multiple causes including behavioural considerations to enable thorough and effective risk control recommendations and action plans. This course is also a refresher for the previous Introduction course.

  • Basic Risk Assessment

    Basic Risk Assessment

    To enable you to understand why and how risk assessments are carried out, and have the practical knowledge to undertake them within your own workplace.