Professional Course

Low Voltage Circuit Breaker Testing & Maintenance

Length
1 day
Price
949 CAD + tax
Next course start
10 July, 2024 (+2 start dates)
Delivery
Virtual Classroom
Length
1 day
Price
949 CAD + tax
Next course start
10 July, 2024 (+2 start dates)
Delivery
Virtual Classroom
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Course description

The "Low Voltage Circuit Breaker Testing & Maintenance" course is a specialized training program designed to provide participants with in-depth knowledge and skills related to the maintenance and testing of low voltage circuit breakers. This one-day course is grounded in the latest industry standards, including the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Z463 for Maintenance of Electrical Systems and CSA Z462 for Electrical Safety, along with the National Electrical Testing Association (NETA) standards for maintenance testing specifications. Aimed at professionals directly involved in maintaining low voltage circuit breakers or those seeking to understand testing methodologies and interpret test results, this program ensures adherence to best maintenance practices as required by accepted industry standards.

Upcoming start dates

Choose between 2 start dates

10 July, 2024

  • Virtual Classroom
  • Online
  • English

10 September, 2024

  • Virtual Classroom
  • Online
  • English

Who should attend?

Who Should Attend:

  • Electrical Engineers and Technicians responsible for electrical system maintenance
  • Maintenance Managers and Supervisors in industrial, commercial, and utility sectors
  • Safety Professionals seeking to enhance electrical safety practices
  • Quality Control Specialists focusing on electrical equipment maintenance standards
  • Any professional involved in the testing, analysis, or maintenance of low voltage circuit breakers

Enrollment Information:

This course is essential for professionals seeking to enhance their competency in the maintenance and testing of low voltage circuit breakers, ensuring electrical systems operate efficiently and safely. Participants will leave the course with a deeper understanding of circuit breaker maintenance and testing protocols, ready to implement best practices within their organizations.

Training content

Course Highlights:

  • -Comprehensive Safety and Maintenance Planning: Introduction to electrical safety principles with a focus on shock and arc flash safety, along with an overview of maintenance strategies including run-to-failure, preventive, and predictive maintenance.
  • In-Depth Breaker Maintenance: Detailed examination of low voltage circuit breakers, including their operation, mechanisms, and failure modes, complemented by maintenance scheduling for optimal performance.
  • Hands-On Testing and Analysis: Participants will learn through hands-on demonstrations and case studies how to perform NETA tests on various circuit breakers, including visual and mechanical inspections, insulation resistance, dielectric withstand, contact resistance, protective relay function, and both primary and secondary injection tests.
  • Expert Instruction: Led by certified electrical professionals with extensive field experience, ensuring that participants receive high-quality training that combines theoretical knowledge with practical applications.

Practical Projects:

Engagement in practical projects is a core component of the course, allowing participants to apply their learning in real-world scenarios. These projects involve conducting tests, analyzing results, and developing maintenance plans for low voltage circuit breakers, ensuring participants are equipped with practical skills that can be immediately applied in their workplaces.

Certification / Credits

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize and implement key electrical safety measures, minimizing risks associated with low voltage circuit breaker maintenance and testing.
  • Understand and apply different maintenance strategies to extend the life of electrical apparatus and prevent unscheduled downtime.
  • Perform a range of NETA tests on low voltage circuit breakers, interpret test results, and identify maintenance requirements.
  • Develop a maintenance plan that incorporates preventive and predictive maintenance techniques based on industry best practices.
  • Recognize deficiencies in circuit breakers and recommend corrective actions to ensure reliability and safety in electrical systems.

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Canada Training Group
102 First Avenue
S0M 2Y0 Turtleford Saskatchewan

Canada Training Group

Canada Training Group stands as a premier provider of industrial electrical safety and technical training. With over 40 years of expertise, we specialize in delivering comprehensive, results-oriented training programs designed to enhance safety, productivity, and efficiency across various industries. Our...

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