Training

Energex Approved Training

GET Compliance partners with Energex to deliver the best possible service and safety standards to connected customers and the broader community. Energex requires electricians and technicians to complete certain training before being permitted to work on their network. Our training courses comply with Energex requirements and will enable you to work on the Energex network and its assets. We also deliver supplementary training to provide safe access to all networks.

Electrical awareness for non-electrical workers

M320

This course (commonly referred to as Authorised Person) covers basic fundamentals, facts and awareness appreciation of safety issues related to the overhead supply network.

It helps students to identify voltage, conductors, cables and equipment, exclusion zones for given scenarios, safety hazards and control measures.

On successful completion of this module including all prerequisites and assessments you should be able to:

  • Understand the relevant legislative and safety requirements for working near live electrical apparatus
  • Explain the basic principles of electricity
  • Describe the major components of an electricity network
  • Identify and manage the hazards associated with working near live electrical apparatus
  • Identify electrical apparatus used in overhead distribution systems

GET Compliance can deliver the National Unit of Competency UETTDREL14A which meets Energex M320 requirements upon request.

Pre-requisites: N/A

Outcome: UOHAW

Scheduled course dates

  • Thursday 13 September 2018
  • Wednesday 03 October 2018
  • Monday 29 October 2018
  • Monday 12 November 2018
  • Tuesday 04 December 2018

Duration: 1 day (8 hours)

Price: $350 including GST

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Underground awareness

M428

This course covers basic fundamentals and facts about electricity and awareness appreciation of safety issues related to the underground supply network. It discusses the relationships between transmission, distribution, rail systems and overhead supply systems, exclusion zones for given scenarios, safety hazards and control measures, electrical equipment identification and environmental issues.

The course also covers SAHV procedures, terminology and definitions, requirements for isolation and earthing on a high voltage area, identifying and understanding procedures, documentation, and testing and role requirements.

On successful completion of this module including all prerequisites and assessments you should be able to:

  • Apply legislated obligations to working safely on or in proximity to underground cables and equipment.
  • Explain fundamental electrical principles.
  • Discuss the relationship between transmission, distribution and rail systems, overhead and underground supply systems.
  • Recognise different types of electrical equipment.
  • Identify and manage environmental issues.

Pre-requisites: N/A

Outcome: UUGAW

Duration: 5 hours

Price: $195 including GST

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Overhead services

M203

This course teaches an understanding of codes, standards and legislative requirements, service points, components and installation, inspection and maintenance of services.

On successful completion of this module including all prerequisites and assessments you should be able to:

  • Describe the standards and requirements for LV service installations
  • Identify an appropriate service point of attachment
  • Identify and select appropriate service components
  • Install an LV overhead service and associated equipment
  • Inspect and maintain LV overhead services and associated equipment

Pre-requisites: M292 or Polarity

Outcome: UOHSV

Duration: 1 day

Price: $350 including GST

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Pole inspection for safe work

M287

This course teaches an understanding of standards, codes, legislation supply authority regulations and/or enterprise requirements. It also identifies characteristics of wood used for structures within the electrical distribution system, the relationship between timber, water and faults that influence the integrity of the structure, the effects of fungal, termite borer activity and dry rot, and inspection procedures for deterioration.

Duration: 1 day

Price: $350 including

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Substation awareness

M204

This course covers how to identify major components of equipment and identify safety requirements in a substation.

On successful completion of this module including all prerequisites and assessments you should be able to:

  • Follow the correct process for entering and exiting a substation
  • List the major substation components
  • Demonstrate knowledge of safety requirements in a substation
  • Describe the difference between an Authorised, Instructed and  Untrained person
  • Describe the exclusions zones in Substations
  • Demonstrate knowledge of typical substation hazards

Pre-requisites: N/A

Outcome: USSAW

Duration: 4 hours

Price: $195 including GST

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Individual of a workgroup

M581

This is an Energex developed course that will enable you to apply to be authorised to work as an IWG under the direction of a Recipient or On Site Supervisor.

On successful completion of this module including all prerequisites and assessments you should be able to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of Entity and Statutory rules, standards and manuals
  • maintain Exclusion Zones
  • identify electrical hazards and appropriate PPE
  • identify isolation points
  • identify types of earths
  • describe the lines of communication associated with access to HV apparatus
  • demonstrate awareness of Access and Test permits
  • perform the roles and responsibilities of an IWG
  • access low voltage electrical apparatus on the Energex network
  • access non-commissioned electrical apparatus on the Energex network

Pre-requisites: N/A

Outcome: AIWG

Duration: 4 hours

Price: $195 including GST

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Connections to the LV network

M292

This is an Energex developed course for electrical staff and contractors.

On successful completion of this module including all prerequisites and assessments you should be able to:

  • Describe the MEN system
  • Explain regulation voltages applicable in Queensland
  • Testing connections to the LV electricity network
  • Follow the requirements of Work Practice 1202 & 1285
  • Testing connections at a customer’s premise
  • Complete required documentation in relation to connections to the LV network
  • Connection and Disconnection of LV Circuits

GET Compliance deliver the National Unit of Competency UETTDRRF11A which meets Energex M292 requirements.

Pre-requisites: Electrical Licence

Outcome: ACONN

Duration: 16 hours

Price: $650 including GST

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