The reading electrical drawings course is a hand's course dedicated to training electricians in reading electrical drawings as a means of fault finding.
This course is suitable for all electrical workers.
Being able to read any electrical drawing is a key factor to a successful electrical career. Electrical drawings come in many different forms, and are used in many different ways. This literary skill is essential for communication between the designer of electrical equipment and the installer. Understanding the intent of the designer allows for successful installation of electrical equipment. It is also a key requirement of fault finding techniques.
TTA students learn electrical drawings by doing: first by evaluating a given task, then by creating electrical drawings to complete the task, and then physically wiring the circuit. There isn't better way to learn this than by real hands on experience!
Each session will be focused on a different circuit and will progress as follows:
On successful completion of of this course, students will be able to:
Understand electrical drawing conventions e.g.
Diagnose control and power circuits e.g.
Fault find multi-voltage circuits e.g.
There are no prerequisites for this subject.
You do not need to be an 'A Grade' electrician.
All materials available from TTA
All students are required to wear the following PPE:
Start your training or course at any time.
We train almost every day of the year.
Please contact us for bookings.
This course is only offered on Monday Evenings (4:00pm to 7:00pm)
Our Courses are structured to ensure that all relevant content is thoroughly covered.
Only pay for the sessions that you attend.
|Standard Pace:||1||sessions / week|
|Class Size (typ.):||6||students / instructor|