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Electrical System Design and Installation (Guidelines and Practices) (18/2/21)

  • Course level: All Levels

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Date: 18 Feb 2021 | 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Seat: 25 seats

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Description

These highly acclaimed courses, taught by electrical design professionals to review the fundamental design and installation guidelines in Malaysia.

This course is designed to provide advanced knowledge and the most relevant approach in electrical system design and installation guidelines. There is a number of cases where the electrical installation caused serious disturbances during the daily operation, due to lag of maintenance practice.

With less knowledge and experience the maintenance team for repairs normally will spend more time to rectify any electrical failure of the electrical installation. This course will expose participants to the right practice of design and installation for the electrical systems.


Modul 1: Overview of industry and their requirement.

Modul 2: Use of International Standards, Design Basis, procedure and specifications.

Modul 3: Understanding Basic Design requirement.

Modul 4: Cable System Design.

Modul 5: Design system for Power distribution, Earthing and Lightning Protection.

Modul 6: Introduction to Inspection of Equipment.

Question & Answer


What Will I Learn?

  • Understand basic design guidelines and best practices for electrical installations.
  • Basic understanding of the type of testing and inspection involved in electrical installation.
  • Learn how to size electrical cables for a new installation.
  • Learn what is a earthing system is and the purpose of lightning protection.
RM690.00

Material Includes

  • Digital Certificate
  • Online Class
  • Quiz Session
  • Q&A Support

Target Audience

  • Engineers of all disciplines
  • Consultants and Contractors
  • Energy and Maintenance Managers
  • Technicians and maintenance personnel.
  • Facility maintenance personnel.