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Date
11-22-2021 to 11-26-2021
Where
Live Web

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HA Design, Plan & Classify

Course Description

Our course has been designed to give you the skill and knowledge for hazardous area classification procedures and techniques for gas and combustible dust installations. Students will be taught the correct method of analysing and classifying the hazardous area and will be given in depth knowledge on how to assess flammable material properties and ignition characteristics.

Content Delivery

This course is delivered over 5 days via Live Web.

You will require a computer/laptop, good internet connection, speakers, web camera.

Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, students will learn:
Hazardous Area Management.
HA Design Principles and Objectives.
Explosion Protection Techniques.
Classification Principles and Techniques.
Planning a Hazardous Area.
Engineering calculation such as MDP, IS Parameters etc.
Equipment selection in a Hazardous Area.
Design of Pressurisation and Ventilation Systems.
Hazardous Area Earthing requirements.

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Skills obtained

Documentation

Compile and produce appropriate documentation of work operations.

Safety

If you know what to look for, you can work smarter, safer and be more productive.

Design

Pair workplace protocols and creative initiative to methodically design and produce various projects

Risk Management

Determine likelihoods and consequences to implement appropriate procedures.

Unit of Competencies
Unit Code Unit Name
UEENEEM052A Classify Hazardous Areas – gas.
UEENEEM053A Classify Hazardous Areas – dust.
UEENEEM054A Plan Electrical installations of hazardous areas – gas.
UEENEEM055A Plan Electrical installations of hazardous areas – dust.
UEENEEM056A Plan Electrical installations of hazardous areas – pressurisation.
UEENEEM057A Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – gas.
UEENEEM058A Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – dust.
UEENEEM059A Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – pressurisation.
UEENEEM078A Manage compliance of hazardous areas.

Pre-requisites

Electrical Engineering Degree holders must provide:
Copy of Transcript from Degree, your current resume and an detailed overview of examples of the below that you have undertaken, this can be in the form of work samples or if not available written summary of the work. Must also be able to demonstrate:
• Design specifications and scope
• Designing and Planning of Electrical Installations

Electricians will require evidence of the following or complete the online extra units to gain a statement of attainment:
UEENEEM052A – Classify Hazardous Areas – gas
UEENEEE071B Write specifications for electrical engineering projects OR
UEENEEE075B Write specifications for industrial electronics and control projects OR
UEENEER002B Contribute to the conduct of a research project

UEENEEM053A – Classify Hazardous Areas – dust
UEENEEE071B Write specifications for electrical engineering projects OR
UEENEEE075B Write specifications for industrial electronics and control projects OR
UEENEER002B Contribute to the conduct of a research project

UEENEEM054A – Plan Electrical installations of hazardous areas – gas
UEENEEM024A Install explosion-protected equipment and wiring systems gas atmospheres OR
Competencies in planning general electrical/instrumentation installations at AQF4 or equivalent. Examples are (but not limited to):
UEENEEG125A Plan electrical installations with a low voltage demand up to 400 A per phase
UEENEEI112A Verify compliance and functionality of instrumentation and control installations

UEENEEM055A – Plan Electrical installations of hazardous areas – dust
UEENEEM025A Install explosion-protected equipment and wiring systems dust atmospheres OR
Competencies in planning general electrical/instrumentation installations at AQF4 or equivalent. Examples are (but not limited to):
UEENEEG125A Plan electrical installations with a low voltage demand up to 400 A per phase
UEENEEI112A Verify compliance and functionality of instrumentation and control installations

UEENEEM056A – Plan Electrical installations of hazardous areas – pressurization
UEENEEM026A Install explosion-protected equipment and wiring systems pressurisation OR
Competencies in planning general electrical/instrumentation installations at AQF4 or equivalent. Examples are (but not limited to):
UEENEEG125A Plan electrical installations with a low voltage demand up to 400 A per phase
UEENEEI112A Verify compliance and functionality of instrumentation and control installations

UEENEEM057A – Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – gas
Granting competency in this unit shall be made after confirming competency in designing electrical systems and installations at AQF level 6 or equivalent. Examples are (but not limited to):
UEENEEE115A Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
UEENEEG130A Design switchboards rated for high fault levels (greater than 400 A)
UEENEEI123A Design electronic control systems

UEENEEM058A – Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – dust
Granting competency in this unit shall be made after confirming competency in designing electrical systems and installations at AQF level 6 or equivalent. Examples are (but not limited to):
UEENEEE015B Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
UEENEEG130A Design switchboards rated for high fault levels (greater than 400 A)
UEENEEI123A Design electronic control systems

UEENEEM059A – Design explosion-protected electrical systems and installations – pressurisation
Granting competency in this unit shall be made after confirming competency in designing electrical systems and installations at AQF level 6 or equivalent. Examples are (but not limited to):
UEENEEE015B Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects
UEENEEG130A Design switchboards rated for high fault levels (greater than 400 A)
UEENEEI123A Design electronic control systems

UEENEEM078A – Manage compliance of hazardous areas
Granting competency in this unit shall be made after or concurrently with confirming competency in general plant management at AQF 4 Example are (but not limited to):
PMASUP410A Develop plant documentation.

Course Cost and Duration

5 Days via Live Web – $ 3,600 (GST Free).
Including online pre-requisite units – $ 4,170 (GST Free).
The pre-requisite Units of Competency are available stand-alone for $ 350 (GST Free).
Develop Plant Docs: $ 220.00

Additional Information

We prefer students to have previously completed Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas prior to attending the Design, Plan and Classify course, this is not mandatory.

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