Lightning ProtectionTechnique Training Ltd
- Short course
Provides the participant with knowledge of the fundamental principles of lightning, including the supplementary effects on the local electricity supply and telecommunications networks and building structures.
Suitable for: Anyone
Requirements: BS 7430 (A Reasonable Technical Knowledge of Electrical Systems, preferably C&G 2382 and/or C&G 2391 or EAL DEIQ, BS 6651
Midland Court Midland Way Barlborough Links, S43 4UL, Derbyshire, England
Certificate in Portable Appliance Testing City & Guilds 2377-12-1
Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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The evaluation of risks and the use of risk assessment in determining the need for and extent of the lightning protection system will allow the participant understand more clearly when, if and how large the lightning protection system will need to be. It has become clear from our experience, by utilisation of the risk assessment principles contained within BS EN 62305, structures are at times protected against lightning strike for reasons of paranoia rather than sound technical fact.
The course focuses on the impact lightning has on structures, available lightning protection systems and the associated earthing requirements.
A practical workshop where the participant will design a lightning protection system for a structure, working through all the necessary steps from risk assessment to inspection, testing and certification.
Students per class: 12
Contact person: Adam Jones