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ECITB approved mechanical training that results in technical mechanical joint integrity qualifications.

World-class CompEx electrician training for explosive atmospheres installation and inspection.

ECITB MJI10: Hand Torque Bolted Connection Techniques
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle, On-site

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity MJI10: Hand Torque Bolted Connection Techniques concentrates on the skilled performance required to dismantle, inspect, prepare, assemble and tighten flanged and clamp connector pipe joints using hand torque.

This technically detailed course is delivered to the latest ECITB standards.

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ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI10, MJI18, MJI19)
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity MJI10: Hand Torque Bolted Connection Techniques concentrates on the skilled performance required to dismantle, inspect, prepare, assemble and tighten flanged and clamp connector pipe joints using hand torque.

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity MJI18: Hydraulic Tension Bolted Connection Techniques specifies the skilled performance expected when dismantling, inspecting, preparing, assembling and tightening bolted connections using hydraulic tensioning equipment.

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity MJI19: Hydraulic Torque Bolted Connection Techniques specifies the skilled performance expected when dismantling, inspecting, preparing, assembling and tightening flanged and clamp connector pipe joints using hydraulic torque equipment.

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IET 18th Edition Wiring Regulations: City and Guilds
Newcastle

The IET 18th Edition is the essential certification for all professionals working in the electrical industry.

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IET 18th Edition Wiring Regulations 1 Day Refresher: City and Guilds
Newcastle

The IET 18th Edition is the essential certification for all professionals working in the electrical industry. This 1 day update is for those who passed their 17th edition since the last amendment was published and so are not required to complete the full three day course. The 1 day update covers similiar topics to the 3 day course but due to there beng fewer changes can be completed in a shorter timeframe.

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Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
Dyce

This half-day course addresses the interpretation and application of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. It is intended for those who work directly with electricity, this course would also be appropriate for those who have responsibility for the health and safety of their employees, such as Project Managers or lead Supervisors. Please note this course is delivered at our sister company Survivex's training location. 

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CompEx Electrical Resit - Theory
Newcastle

The CompEx Electrical Resit - Theory allows those who have failed the theory element of the CompEx Electrical course to resit it.

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CompEx Electrical Resit - Practical
Newcastle

The CompEx Electrical Resit - Practical allows those who have failed practical modules 1, 2, 3 or 4 of the CompEx Electrical course to resit them.

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ECITB TMJI - 10-11-18-19-20 Combined
Dyce, Newcastle

ECITB Technical Mechanical Joint Integrity (TMJI) training is stage 3 in the ECITB/Step Change in Safety MJI model. This course includes all five modules.

The training is for delegates who have completed all stage 1 modules (MJI10, MJI18 and MJI19) and stage 2 (workplace practice) and need to update their knowledge before taking stage 4 (ECITB Technical Tests).

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ECITB TS SBTC 01 - Assemble and Install Small Bore Tubing with Twin Ferrule Mechanical Grip Fittings
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle

ECITB TS SBTC 01 - Assemble and Install Small Bore Tubing with Twin Ferrule Mechanical Grip Fittings meets the ECITB training requirements for small bore tubing engineers and personnel.

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ECITB Technical SBT Tests
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle, On-site

ECITB Technical SBT Tests with an associated ECITB certificate of acheivement play a key role in validating candidate skills.

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ECITB Technical Mechanical Joint Integrity (TMJI)
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle, On-site

ECITB Technical Mechanical Joint Integrity (TMJI) training is stage 3 in the ECITB/Step Change in Safety MJI model. This course allows you to book individual modules.

The training is for delegates who have completed the corresponding stage 1 modules (MJI10, MJI18 or MJI19) and stage 2 (workplace practice) and need to update their knowledge before taking stage 4 (ECITB Technical Tests).

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CompEx Foundation
Newcastle

The CompEx Foundation course provides knowledge and understanding of the terminology and protection concepts used in a potentially flammable atmosphere.

For full participation, delegates are required to have no prior knowledge of flammable or potentially explosive atmospheres.

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Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
Newcastle

This half-day course addresses the interpretation and application of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. It is intended for those who work directly with electricity, this course would also be appropriate for those who have responsibility for the health and safety of their employees, such as Project Managers or lead Supervisors. 

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ECITB MJI18: Hydraulic Tension Bolted Connection Techniques
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity MJI18: Hydraulic Tension Bolted Connection Techniques specifies the skilled performance expected when dismantling, inspecting, preparing, assembling and tightening bolted connections using hydraulic tensioning equipment.

The technically detailed course is delivered to the latest ECITB standards.

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ECITB MJI19: Hydraulic Torque Bolted Connection Techniques
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity MJI19: Hydraulic Torque Bolted Connection Techniques specifies the skilled performance expected when dismantling, inspecting, preparing, assembling and tightening flanged and clamp connector pipe joints using hydraulic torque equipment.

The technically detailed course is delivered to the latest ECITB standards.

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ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI10 & MJI19)
Dyce, Grimsby, Newcastle, On-site

ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity MJI10: Hand Torque Bolted Connection Techniques concentrates on the skilled performance required to dismantle, inspect, prepare, assemble and tighten flanged and clamp connector pipe joints using hand torque.

ECITB MJI19: Hydraulic Torque Bolted Connection Techniques specifies the skilled performance expected when dismantling, inspecting, preparing, assembling and tightening flanged and clamp connector pipe joints using hydraulic torque equipment.

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Hydraulic Engineering Systems Design and Advanced Troubleshooting
Newcastle

The Hydraulic Engineering Systems Design and Advance Troubleshooting course is suited to those who have completed the Hydraulic Engineering Failure Analysis and Troubleshooting course. Course content includes design of hydraulic systems, advanced troubleshooting and closed loop proportional hydraulic control systems. The course includes six workshop based training sessions, covering component considerations, closed loop proportional control systems and troubleshooting to reinforce classroom training.

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Hydraulic Engineering Fundamentals
Newcastle, On-site

A three day course suitable for students with no prior knowledge of hydraulic engineering. The Hydraulic Engineering Fundamentals Course is an introduction to fundamental hydraulic principles, giving a basic grounding in hydraulic symbols and circuits, familiarisation with common hydraulic components and an introduction to filtration and cleanliness. The course includes workshop based training sessions to enable participants to gain practical experience, as well as regular assessments to check progress and understanding.

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Hydraulic Engineering Failure Analysis and Trouble Shooting
Newcastle

A three day course aimed at students with a basic understanding of hydraulic engineering. The Hydraulic Engineering Failure Analysis and Troubleshooting course is suited to those who have completed the Hydraulic Engineering Fundamentals course. It builds on the basic information and introduces participants to failure analysis of pumps and valves, working with hydraulic systems, troubleshooting and open loop proportional hydraulic control systems. The course includes five workshop based training sessions to fully reinforce the concepts delivered during classroom based training.

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CompEx Electrical Refresher
Newcastle

CompEx Electrical Refresher training must be completed within 5 years of the original CompEx Electrical course to remain qualified.

The course can also be attended to provide an overview of explosive atmosphere installation and inspection.

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