Electrical Accreditation Training B1 B2 BC BR : Program

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Electrical Accreditation Training Program for Electricians :B1 B2 BC BR

Duration : 3 days

Price : € 165 per day

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Profile

Electrical or electromechanical staff called to carry out lockout-tagout procedures, and/or supervise non-live electrical works, and perform general operations.

Objectives

  • To learn the industry regulations as defined in the NF C 18-510 standard
  • To apply LV safety guidelines relating to lockout-tagout, general operations, and de-energized, non-live work carried out in the vicinity of electrical works or installations.
  • Issuance of electrician accreditation grades : B1 B2 BC BR

1.Shared topics

  • Effects of electric current on the human body : electrification, electrocution, burns
  • Electrical works or installations : voltage domains, restrictions and recognizing materials
  • Environments and their constraints
Electrical accreditation : principles, symbols, restrictions, and formalization
  • Hazard analysis and implementation of general preventive principles
  • Monitoring of operations
  • Securing circuits : de-energizing, VAT (Voltage Absence Testing), lockout-tagout, placing out of reach
  • Personal and collective protective equipment : identify, verify, use
  • Work equipment used (ladders, hand tools…) : hazards and implementation
  • Fires and accidents on or near electrical works or installations

2.Technical topics for S S-F grades

  • Type, structure and operation of works and installations (substations and power lines)
  • Function of the electrical materials of substations : control, protection, separation…
  • Capacitive induction and coupling, and related preventive measures (achieving equipotential bonding)
  • Locking and interlocking devices
  • Collective protective equipment : identify, verify, use
  • Personal protective equipment : identify, verify, use

3.Topics specific to B1(v), B2(v), B2(v) Test grades

  • Characterization of works and restrictions : de-energized, non-live, live in near or far vicinity
  • Positions in charge of lockout-tagout and in charge of electrical operation : role, instructions, information exchange
  • Accreditation : symbol and restrictions
  • Preventive measures to be applied during work : elimination of hazards, organization, demarcation, signposting, observance and enforcement
  • Electrical materials in their environment : function, characteristics, identification
  • Applicable documents during ongoing work : safety instructions, confirmation of lockout-tagout, confirmation of first step of lockout-tagout, work authorization, notice of completion of works…
  • Work equipment used : hazard assessment, verification, identification, use
  • Safety instructions for tests (for the « Test » attribute)

4.Topics specific to BC grades

  • Function of electric materials : outage, protection, separation…
  • Responsible for lockout-tagout procedures and electrical operation: role, instructions, information exchange
  • Applicable steps and documents during lockout-tagout : certification of lockout-tagout in one or two steps, notice of completion of works…

5.Topics specific to BR grades

  • Restrictions of the BR and BS accreditation grades
  • Function of electrical materials : outage, protection, control, separation
  • Responsible for lockout-tagout procedures and electrical operation: role, instructions, exchange (of information and documents), observance of instructions
  • Work equipment used : hazard assessment, verification, identification, use
  • Applicable documents during an operation : work authorization, safety instructions…
  • Preventive measures to be applied during general LV operations : elimination of hazards, organization, demarcation, signposting, observance and enforcement
  • Applicable steps and documents during lockout-tagout on one’s own behalf

6.Evaluation and validation

  • Initial evaluation to assess the trainee’s knowledge of the prerequisites required to follow the training
  • Evaluation of the trainee’s knowledge at the end of each module. Evaluation of the trainee’s know-how through practical simulations and/or role play.
  • Issuance of an accreditation grade with the preset symbols offered by the trainer.

7. Teaching methods

  • Presentations and discussions based on real-life experiences
  • Practical implementation of the concepts by each course participant

8. Teaching resources

  • Use of audiovisual resources relating to the topics covered : slideshows…
  • Adapted classrooms
  • Equipment specific to electrical accreditation:1000V insulating gloves, undergloves, insulating mat, low voltage cell, voltage tester, insulating technical material

Prerequisites

Electro-technical competency is a mandatory requirement for enrollment in the electrical accreditation training course for electricians.

Location

Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Montpellier, Toulouse

Commodities

Complimentary breakfast
Wheelchair accessible

Note

Refresher retraining course frequency recommended by the CNAMTS : every 3 years