Our Electrical Risk course aims to provide knowledge about protection, safety, and safe operations in high and low voltage electrical installations.
Targeted towards technical professionals, the course covers concepts related to electrical circuits, electrical risks, basic operations in electrical circuits, and personal and collective protective equipment. Additionally, applicable regulations will be covered, and practical cases will be carried out.
Our course lasts for 6 hours, and the certification you will receive is valid for 24 months.
To take the course, you must:
- be at least 18 years old
- be in good physical and mental condition
The course lasts 6 hours (one day) and is held at our training centers.
Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate valid for 24 months that allows you to work with electrical circuits.
Electrical risk is one of the most common hazards in the wind industry, and it is vital that workers understand the necessary precautions to ensure their safety. For this reason, our training program for the Electrical Safety course focuses on preparing students to understand the hazards and risks associated with electricity in the environment of wind turbines, as well as developing practical skills to reduce these risks.
In addition, the course also emphasizes the importance of correctly filling out a simple work permit, which is an essential document in the wind industry. Through our training program, students will learn to establish the safe working conditions necessary to perform any task involving electricity. Safety is a shared responsibility, and it is important that workers are trained to protect themselves and their colleagues while working in the wind sector.