Demonstrate an awareness of the hazards, and the precautions, required to minimise injuries
To provide the delegate with an appreciation of basic electrical maintenance to enable them to safely undertake tasks for which they have received training, thus enabling them to perform minor tasks which would normally require an electrician. The training will cover both theoretical and practical skills.
Factory Line Operators or Electrical Engineers to gain some basic introductory level skills around Mechanical Maintenance Techniques.
Practising electricians with experience of inspection, testing and condition reporting on existing single and three phase electrical installations.
Electricians involved in the inspection and testing of electrical equipment (e.g. portable appliances)
City & Guilds 2382-15 Level 3 Award in the Requirements Electrical Installations BS 7671: 2008 Incorporating Amendment 3 : 2015
CompEx Electrical – Units EX01-04: CompEx required for Offshore oil and gas exploration and production, Oil refineries, Chemical plants, Water treatment plants and any COMAH sites.View details
CompEx is required for Offshore oil and gas exploration and production, Oil refineries, Chemical plants, Water treatment plants and any COMAH sites.View details
This course is for employers and the self-employed who carry out work in confined spaces, or those who require information on such work. It will clarify the requirements of the confined space Regulations 1997 and how these may be met.View details
CCNSG SAFETY PASSPORT (Client Contractor National Safety Group ) - This Health and Safety training course, approved by the ECITB aims to provide contractor personnel with the safety skills and knowledge to use safe working practices on clients’ sites. The CCNSG safety passport is required in order to get on the site at various participating companies throughout the country.View details
This listing is for the 1 day renewal course. This course is designed to bring safety passport holders up to date with new legislation before their passport expires. Candidates must attend the course within three months of the current passport expiry date.
The provide delegates with an understanding of principles when working with hydraulic power circuits, Directional Control Valves and hydraulic cylinders.View details
To provide delegates with an understanding of principles when working with pneumatic fluid power circuits, directional control valves and pneumatic cylindersView details
This course is designed for either non electrically trained members of staff who are responsible for the Company's PAT testing or those looking for a beginners course before moving on to the City & Guilds qualification.View details
This course is aimed at delegates from a Electrical and Mechanical background who wish to gain an understanding of the basic principles of Instrumentation.View details
This course is designed to help electrical maintenance engineers grasp the basic function of a PLC and then learn how to diagnose, edit and fault find PLC circuits. At HETA we use Mitsubishi PLC’s for this course although most of the course content is generic some of the PLS circuits from other manufacturers, Siemens for example, may differ.View details
This course is an appreciation of working in potentially hazardous atmospheres that is aimed at supervisors and managers of industry identifying the roles and responsibilities they have in relation to the sta protection concept. It is a theory course so doesn’t include any practical elements. The training will provide a clear understanding of the dangers and have the appreciation for working in explosive atmospheres. No prior knowledge of the requirements for working in explosive atmospheres is required for participation of this course.View details
Managing safely is for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. It’s designed to get managers up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle health and safety in their teams.View details
This course will make delegates aware of the correct methods and procedures for the manual lifting of loads and give them an introduction to the appropriate application of good handling techniques.View details
NVQ LEVEL 3 TRAINING COURSES - An NVQ Level 3 is ideal for a member of staff who may be skilled or experienced in a certain role to gain official accreditation and recognition of that competence. It is also useful for engineers who have become Multi-skilled across the trade disciplines.View details
This course provides guidance on safe techniques when using equipment for slinging and lifting and a full appreciation of the related legal responsibilities.View details
The aim of this course is to enable the learner to safely and effectively size, prepare and assemble small bore tubing to the manufacturers recommendations. The course includes both theory and practical sessions and is assessed in both of these separately.View details
HETA are now fully accredited as an approved TWI (The Welding Institute) Training Centre, meaning we can now perform our own Inspections on test pieces without the requirement for a Lloyds registered Inspector.View details