Electrical Training Courses

Please contact the Team for further information on scheduled course dates and In-Company options. You can reach us by phone: 01 665 1305 or email cpdtraining@engineersireland.ie

(2 Days)
Fundamentals of Street Lighting: Understanding Lighting Assets
This course has been developed to impart the knowledge and understanding of the issues associated with the management of highway electrical assets.
(1 Day)
Fundamentals of Street Lighting: Understanding Lighting Design
The aim of this course is to impart knowledge of the issues concerning light, sight, the lighting design process, and product specifications. In addition, this course will focus on design issues and suggest good practice in addressing them and the application of Standards and guidance.
(1 Day)
Introduction to Windfarm High Voltage Electrical Installations
This course aims to provide participants with an understanding of HV Systems on Windfarms, the main components, terminology, single line diagrams, operation and maintenance and risks and hazards.
(1 Day)
Operation and Management of High Voltage Installations
This course aims to provide participants with an understanding of Best Practice in managing High Voltage Installations in accordance with Irish Legislation and Standards.
(1 Day)
Power Transformers: Specification, Testing, Maintenance and Operation
This course will be of interest to Asset Owners & Managers, Facilities Managers, Consultants and Contractors involved in specification, installation, commissioning, maintenance and operation of Power Transformers.
(1 Day)
Fundamentals of M&E Consultancy
The aim of this course is to give graduate engineers and new entrants to M&E / building services consultancy a good understanding of the role of the M&E Consultant on a typical construction project from initial client enquiry through to the final handover of the project.
(1 Day)
WR1 - Understanding the New Wiring Rules
The aim of this course is to give a good insight into the structure of the new 5th Edition of the National Rules for Electrical Installations - I.S. 10101.
(1 Day)
WR3 - New Wiring Rules: Chapter 7 Explored
This full day course covers the 20 Special Installations or Locations described in Chapter 7 which accounts for 25% of the overall standard. It is aimed at engineers and contractors involved in the design of electrical installations. It is intended as a follow-on course to WR1.
(1 Day)
Data Centres - Introduction to M&E Services
The aim of this course is to give mechanical and electrical engineers a good understanding of the data centre industry and in particular, provide an introduction to the design of the power and cooling systems.
(1 Day)
LV Power Distribution Design
The aim of this course is to give electrical engineers an understanding of the principal aspects of LV distribution design with particular emphasis on design and selection of the LV switchgear system.
(1 Day)
MV Power Distribution Design
This course provides an introduction to the design of MV distribution systems for building including the selection of the MV switchgear, transformers and cables.
(1 Day)
Standby Generators
This course covers the selection and design of standby generators systems for mission critical applications such as hospitals and data centres. The module is primarily focussed on diesel powered generators.
(1 Day)
UPS Systems
The aim of this course is to give electrical engineers an understanding of the design and operation of the UPS systems and how they are configured with other elements of the electrical power system to provide an uninterruptible supply to critical loads.