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Highly experienced instructors lead interactive courses onsite in a classroom setting and virtually online covering electrical, safety, maintenance, power, electronics and automation.

High quality of training from professionals that offer unique insights that blend skill development with real-world applications.

Our pool of highly specialized trainers have extensive technical and industrial experience in dealing with solving real world problems, issues and challenges, similar to those that your organization may be facing.

If you have a specific training requirement, let us know. We have the capabilities to produce and customize a program to suit your specialized needs.

Instructor Led Classroom Onsite Virtual

This one-day course explains electrical hazards associated with working on and around electrical equipment. These hazards include electrical shock, arc flash and arc blast. Students will also be introduced to industry-accepted standards including, but not limited to, Workplace Electrical Safety Standard, CSA Z462. Individuals who work on, or supervise employees who work on electrical equipment that is under 750V, are recommended to take this course.

Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers

This one-day training course gives students the knowledge to identify the types of batteries used in industrial applications and explain the construction and theory of operation for each battery type.

Course Outline

  • Types of batteries
  • Construction and theory of operation of battery types
  • Application of safety standards applicable to battery maintenance
  • Application of switching procedures required to isolate battery banks
  • Tests required to maintain the different types of batteries
  • Purpose of required tests
  • Testing and maintaining batteries using procedures and manufacturers guidelines
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Everyone who works on electrical equipment
Course Topics
  • Construction and theory of operation of battery types
  • Application of safety standards applicable to battery maintenance
  • Application of switching procedures required to isolate battery banks
  • Tests required to maintain the different types of batteries
  • Purpose of required tests
  • Testing and maintaining batteries using procedures and manufacturers guidelines
Course Outcomes
  • Identify and apply safety standards applicable to battery maintenance
  • Select the tests required to maintain different types of batteries
  • Explain the purpose of each test
  • Identify impeding failures

This one-day course provides the information and hands-on training
required for terminating, splicing, and testing power cables.

Course Outline

  • Cable construction and theory
  • Acceptance and maintenance testing
  • Terminations (theory and hands-on)
  • Fault locating (theory and hands-on)
Who Should Attend?
  • Electricians
  • Electrical Technologists
  • Electrical Engineers
Course Topics
  • Worker is coached through interactive labs
  • Performs power cable terminations, splices, and electrical testing
  • Completes analysis of test results
Course Outcomes
  • Improved worker competency by teaching the basic construction and theory of power cables
  • Students educated on identification of cable faults by using cable thumpers or time domain
    reflectometers
  • Proper installation and maintenance of power cables can considerably improve the life of a cable

Electrical equipment is vital to the operation and safety of your organization. This one to two-day course covers the industry-accepted standards for performing proper electrical maintenance in order to limited down time and maintain a safe working environment. Individuals will also become familiar with how to develop a proper maintenance plan for their facility.

Who Should Attend
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers

This one-day course explains electrical hazards including electric shock, arc flash and arc blast to workers who are not qualified to perform live work on electrical equipment.

Course Outline

  • Statistics
  • How Electricity Works
  • Laws, Codes & Standards
  • Electrical Hazard Defined
  • Electrical Hazard Recognition
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Power Line Awareness
  • Emergency Response
Who Should Attend?
  • Sales Professionals
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Safety Officers
  • Pipe Fitters
  • Painters
  • Carpenters
  • Laborers
  • Utility Operations
  • Equipment Operators
  • Janitors
  • Waste Handlers
  • Warehouse Workers
  • Administration
  • Grounds Keepers
  • HVAC Technicians
Course Topics
  • Electrical Shock and Arc Flash Awareness for Non-Electrical Workers
  • How to recognize an electrical hazard
  • Steps for controlling the risks associated with working near electrical equipment
Course Outcomes
  • Information for workers who work near or have the potential of being exposed to electrical hazards in the workplace

Industrial mines present many unique electrical hazards. This course covers these hazards and how to reduce the risk of becoming exposed to them. This course also reviews the industry-accepted standards including but not limit to CSA M421-11 Mine Safety. Individuals who work on or supervise employees who work in an industrial mining environment are recommended to take this course.

Who Should Attend
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers

This one-day course provides the information and hands-on training required for installation, connecting, splicing, and testing fiber cables.

Course Outline
  • History, Terminology & Basics
  • Theory
  • Characteristic & Applications
  • Design
  • Connectors
  • Splicing
  • Cable Management
  • OTDR Testing
  • Safety
  • Industry use and applications
  • Network topologies and types
  • Detailed description of fiber optics
  • Advantages of fiber optics
  • Effective installation of fiber optics
Who Should Attend?
  • Instrumentation Technologists
  • Electrical Technologists
  • Electronic Technologists
  • Electricians
Course Topics
  • Basic construction and theory of fiber cables and fiber networks
  • Fiber Connectors
  • Splicing
  • Installation
  • Testing
Course Outcomes
  • Worker competency
  • Worker is coached through interactive labs for performing power fiber terminations, and splice testing
  • Analysis of test results

This one-day course describes the setup, maintenance, and testing required for a functional grounding and bonding system.

Course Outline

  • Definitions and Power System Grounding Methods
  • Canadian Electrical Code 2021 Requirements
  • Operation and Maintenance of Grounding Systems
  • Ground Fault Protection and Relaying
  • Temporary Grounding
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
Course Topics
  • Hazards of proximity of high voltage equipment
  • How to reduce the risk of exposure
  • How to deal with any possible emergencies
Course Outcomes
  • Workers are made aware of the hazards associated with being in close proximity of high voltage equipment
  • Safe working environment with trained employees
  • Reduced incidents of possible damage to equipment and property

This two-day course is offered online and will cover and exceed provincial and federal electrical safety requirements for working on high voltage electrical equipment. This course focuses on recognizing and understanding electrical hazards while using the proper procedures for controlling the risk of electric shock, arc flash and arc blast. This course is designed with a focus on industry-accepted standards, including the Workplace Electrical Safety Standard, CSA Z462. Individuals who work on electrical equipment are required to take this course.

Course Outline

  • Information and Statistics
  • Applicable Legislation
  • Applicable Standards
  • Arc Flash and Electrical Shock Awareness
  • Operation of Electrical Equipment
  • Lockout Tagout and Isolation of Equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Maintenance on Electrical Systems
  • Pre-Job Task Analysis
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologists
  • Electronics Technologists
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Everyone who works on electrical equipment
Course Topics
  • Recognizing and understanding electrical hazards
  • Proper Procedures
  • Control risk of Electric shock
  • Control risk of Arc Flash and Arc Blast
Course Outcomes
  • Industry accepted standards
  • Workplace Electrical Safety standard CSA Z462

This two-day course covers and exceeds provincial and federal electrical safety requirements for working on high voltage electrical equipment.

Course Outline

  • Information and Statistics
  • Applicable Legislation
  • Applicable Standards
  • Arc Flash and Electrical Shock Awareness
  • Operation of Electrical Equipment
  • Lockout Tagout and Isolation of Equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Maintenance on Electrical Systems
  • Pre-Job Task Analysis Training
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologists
  • Electronics Technologists
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Everyone who works on electrical equipment
Course Topics
  • Recognizing and understanding electrical hazards
  • Proper Procedures
  • Control risk of Electric shock
  • Control risk of Arc Flash and Arc Blast
Course Outcomes
  • Industry accepted standards
  • Workplace Electrical Safety Standard, CSA Z462

The basic principles of performing a Lock Out / Tag Out must be followed to ensure all equipment is safely de-energized before any work can be performed and to maintain a safe state.

Course Outline

  • Statistics
  • Regulations and Legislation
  • Types of Hazardous Energy
  • Hazardous Energy Control Program
  • Lockout Tagout Program
  • Basic Lockout Tagout
  • Lockout Special Considerations
  • PPE
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Everyone who works on electrical equipment
Course Topics
  • Principals of lockout and tagout on the worksite
  • Review of real-world scenarios
Course Outcomes
  • Students have confidence and understanding while providing a safe work environment

Upon completion of this training course, participants should be able to identify the different types of low-voltage breakers, how they operate and the basic components of each. The types of tests performed on low voltage breakers, equipment needed to complete testing, why they are performed, and the dangers associated with breaker testing.

Course Outline

  • Why Do We Use Breakers?
  • Types of Breakers
  • Construction of Breakers
  • Theory of Operation
  • Servicing Breakers
  • Trip Units
  • Hazards and PPE Selection for Testing Breakers
  • Functional / Electrical Testing
  • Protection Testing
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologists
  • Electronics Technologists
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers

This one-day course covers blue print reading and interpreting, grounding and bonding, utility vs. site generation, breaker and relay comprehension, and an overview of how a power system works. It is recommended that power facility operators, journeyman electricians, electrical apprentices, electrical technicians, instrumentation technicians, and electrical engineers take this course.

This two-day course covers and exceeds provincial and federal electrical safety requirements for working on high voltage electrical equipment. Participants will learn about recognizing and understanding electrical hazards, proper procedures, control risk of Electric shock, control risk of Arc Flash and Arc Blast.

Course Outline

  • Information and Statistics
  • Applicable Legislation
  • Applicable Standards
  • Arc Flash and Electrical Shock Awareness
  • Operation of Electrical Equipment
  • Lockout Tagout and Isolation of Equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Maintenance on Electrical Systems
  • Pre-Job Task Analysis
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologists
  • Electronics Technologists
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Everyone who works on electrical equipment
Course Topics
  • Recognizing and understanding electrical hazards
  • Proper Procedures
  • Control risk of Electric shock
  • Control risk of Arc Flash and Arc Blast
Course Outcomes
  • Industry accepted standards
  • Workplace Electrical Safety standard CSA Z462

This one-day course covers provincial and federal electrical safety requirements for working on high voltage electrical equipment.

Course Outline

  • Updated Statistics
  • Applicable Legislation
  • Applicable Standards
  • Arc Flash and Electrical Shock Risk Assessment
  • Lockout Tagout and Isolation of Equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Electrical Systems Maintenance Review
  • Pre-Job Task Analysis
  • Prerequisite: QEW High Voltage Electrical Safety or equivalent
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Electronics Technologists
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
Course Topics
  • Prerequisite: QEW High Voltage Electrical Safety or equivalent
  • High Voltage Electrical Safety
  • Reviews electrical hazards
  • How to mitigate the risk of electric shock, arc flash and arc blast
  • Highlights changes to industry-accepted standards, including but not limited to, the Workplace Electrical Safety Standard, CSA Z462
Course Outcomes
  • Individuals who work on electrical equipment are recommended to take this course every three years
  • Updates critical knowledge for safety, new/updated regulations
  • Safe working environment with skilled, confident technicians and electrical workers

This one-day course will explain the hazards within a substation and how to reduce the risk of exposure to these hazards.

Course Outline

  • Substation Components
  • Grounding
  • Standards and Resources
  • Substation Safety
  • Substation Emergencies
Who Should Attend?
  • Journeyman Electricians
  • Apprentice Electricians
  • Electrical Technologist
  • Master Electricians
  • Journeyman Instrument Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineers
Course Topics
  • Hazards of proximity of high voltage equipment
  • How to reduce the risk of exposure
  • How to deal with any possible emergencies
Course Outcomes
  • Workers are made aware of the hazards associated with being in close proximity of high voltage equipment
  • Safe working environment with trained employees
  • Reduced incidents of possible damage to equipment and property

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