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Workshop on Electrical Equipment and Safety: Operation, Control, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

By: Human Capital Associates Global Consult Ltd


18 - 22 Sep, 2023  5 days

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USD 3,500

Venue: Tenko Plaza Hotel, 22 Boundary Rd, East Legon, Accra, Ghana

This course covers the theoretical and practical operation of common electrical equipment and components, as well as provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform electrical maintenance and troubleshooting.

Participants will gain an understanding of the relationship between voltage and current to work on and troubleshoot electrical systems. The course will also cover Direct Current (DC) and Alternating Current (AC) circuit concepts, transformers' types of uses and their interaction in an electrical circuit, as well as the necessary knowledge to work on and fix motor control circuits.

As electrical hazards can result in serious injury to personnel that work on or around electrical equipment, the course will also focus on international safety requirements, including OSHA standards, and best practices. Participants will learn the steps needed for the prevention of electrical injuries.

For Whom:

This course covers essential skills necessary for electrical maintenance personnel including electrical managers and supervisors, electrical professionals, electrical engineers, controls technicians and other professionals responsible for the operation, maintenance and safety functions. It will also be beneficial for anyone working with electrical contractors.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Apply tools and techniques to perform electrical maintenance and troubleshooting on various types of electrical equipment
  • Demonstrate a basic current, voltage and resistance relationships in electrical systems
  • Describe how inductors and capacitors work and interact with electrical circuits
  • Explain the theory of a generator and how a sine wave is produced
  • State the difference between a power and a distribution transformer and explain the cooling methods used for transformers
  • Minimize risks by identifying the hazards associated with electrical energy and by complying with safety guidelines
  • Describe and apply the requirements in EN 500110, the most widely used standard for the protection of individuals from the effects of electrical hazard
Tenko Plaza Hotel, 22 Boundary Rd, East Legon, Accra, Ghana Sep 18 - 22 Sep, 2023

Registration: 08:30:am - 09:00:am

Class Session: 09:00:am - 04:30:am

USD 3,500.00 + 175.00 (VAT)
NGN 250,000.00 + 12,500.00 (VAT)
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Asije Philip 08029170491, 08068933608, 07087578814, 08051365946, 08145745664, 08184727337

Group discount available
Engr. Ola Popoola. B. Sc; M. Sc; (Mech Eng.) MBA; R. Engr; FNSE; FNIM; FNIPSMA trained Mechanical Engineer holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering. A graduate of MBA from University of Lagos, He is a Registered Engineer in Nigeria with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN Reg. Number 11149). Ola is a Fellow of the Nigerian Society of Engineers and a Member of the Nigerian Institute of Management; Fellow of Nigerian Institute of Management; and Fellow of Nigerian Institute of Purchasing & Supply ManagementEngr. Ola Popoola has over 31 years of post-graduate engineering & management experience exercised at various levels of responsibility in the oil and gas industry in the areas of:Petroleum Refinery Plants’ Operations & Process Troubleshooting Project Engineering/Project Management, Plant Reliability Studies & Implementation, Process Engineering, Contract Logistics and material handling, Offshore Oil and Gas Maintenance Operations, Shipping and Terminal Management. Former Group Technical Manager of Aeromaritime Group of Companies, NigeriaFormer Contract & Business Development Manager at GAC, Nigeria with dedicated responsibility for Joint Ventures Oil & Gas Process Design, Implementation & Innovation in the FPSO OperationsFormer Maintenance/Production /SHE Engineer at Shell Petroleum Development Company, Western Operation, in Warri. Worked in various capacities as maintenance engineer/manager in Atlantic Textile Manufacturing Company, Ilupeju, Nigerian Hoechst Plc, Ikeja and Nigerian Textile Mills, IkejaSulaimon, Yunusa Omotolu - B.Eng. (Power and Generation), M.Eng. (Power Distribution and Control). An experienced electrical engineer with responsibilities in power generation, distribution and control. • Engr. Sulaiman was a member of 11/415V transformer, r m u and fuse maintenance team and of HV 132/33KV substation operational team. • Engr. Sulaimon was in charge of assembling of three phase (star-delta) automated control power panel for Ac motors, in charge of installation of HV panel for heavy Ac motor/Dc motors.• Repairs and regulate of electrical wiring system at both residential and offices including, installation and inspection team member for elevator installation.• Member of mechanical/electrical new project design under project planning & commission.• Member of Works and Physical Planning project technical evaluation committee team.He will join other electrical engineers to share their experiences on this program.