Modular Wiring Systems & Electrical Regulations I.S.10101:2020

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Organisation profile

We are an Irish-owned company providing market leading and innovative 'plug-and-play' modular wiring systems, assisting the rapid fit-out of electrical systems onsite. In addition we provide products for power distribution, lighting and lighting controls. We support our product offering with qualified electrical engineer advice.

Training aim

To help engineers understand how modular wiring systems operate and how to design electrical systems using a modular approach.

Learning objectives

To understand what a modular wiring system is and how it differs from the traditional approach.

To understand the problems modular wiring solves.

To understand the current electrical wiring regulations (I.S. 10101:2020) and how they apply to modular wiring systems.

To learn how to design a typical modular wiring system.

To better understand the answers to some common questions and misconceptions relating to modular wiring systems.

Course outline

This course can be delivered in person or online. The duration of the presentation is 30-40 minutes plus 15-20 minutes question-and-answer. The content is written and will be delivered by qualified electrical engineers who pioneered the modular wiring concept in Ireland and have unique experience and expertise to share.

Trainer's profile

Paul Falvey - CEO , BSc (Hons) Electrical Services & Energy Management (DIT)

Paul began his career as an onsite electrician, spending 7 years working for Mercury Engineering, before studying electrical engineering part-time at night. He then spent a number of years working as an electrical design engineer for EDP and Axiseng. In 2011, he created MODULA and pioneered the modular wiring concept in Ireland. 

Course duration

1 Hour

Assessment & certification

As an Engineer's Ireland approved CPD, a completion certificate will be provided.

Who should attend

Any project design engineer looking to learn more about modular wiring systems, why they should consider them, and what is involved in adopting a modular approach on their projects.