This short course is structured to introduce participants to the regulatory environment, the design principles, inspection and testing of electrical installations in customer premises, including the specific CP5 requirements pertaining to low voltage electrical installations.
The course is conducted through lectures and case studies to enable the participants to progress with the basic electrical installation design procedures, inspection and testing processes. Practical hands-on sessions are carried out in class to enhance the learning experience.
The participants will learn through this short course the regulatory frameworks in respect of electrical installations, roles and responsibilities of LEW and licensee of an electrical installation as well as liabilities for non-compliance.
The participants will be guided through the key requirements in CP5 and other codes of practice where applicable, just name a few, in protection against electric shock, over current, faults and under voltage as well as inspection, testing, etc.
Demonstration on verification of final circuit design, cable sizing and MCB rating selection, etc. will be carried out to enable the participants to acquire the skills to ensure the compliance of the electrical installations.