Skilled Industrial Electrician is the need of the hour in the success story of Make in India initiative. The training molds a traditional electrician to provide knowledgeable and skilled manpower to match with fast growing sector for any process industries.
Fresh / Experienced, ITI / 10th or 12th Class passed.
- Introduction to process industries
- Industrial Safety Awareness
- Introduction and use of tools.
- Basic electrical Theory, Cable Insulation Testing, Cable Laying & Dressing, Cable Glanding.
- Termination of end cable leads to Field Instruments, junction Boxes &
- Control Panels, Introduction to Process Instruments and their uses.
- Introduction to Instrument Consumable like Cable Gland, Lugs, Cable Ties, Cable tray, Etc.,
- Introduction to Various Types of Field Instrument, Panel Instrument & accessories.
- Termination, Continuity Testing, loop checking, Commissioning assistance.
- Electrical Fundamentals
- Electricity Generation & Distribution Fundamentals
- Understanding Electrical Symbols and Single Line Diagram
- How to use Hand Tools
- Practical operation / installation of Cables and Wiring concepts
- Use of Electrical Measuring Devices and Testing Equipments
- Electrical Distribution Basics
- Practical operation, installation and trouble shooting of H T /L.T Switchgears
- Electrical Panels
- Practical operation and trouble shooting of Motors
- Practical operation and trouble shooting of Transformers
- Electrical Safety
- Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
- Motor control using DRIVES
- PWD License (preparation for exam/ Liaisoning for license)
Class Room Training – 1 Month
Site Project Training – 4 Months
Industrial electrician perform a variety of functions related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in an industrial plant or worksite. Their work may involve testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of the electrical components.
Similar to residential and commercial electricians, industrial electrician primarily install, maintain and repair electrical systems.
The main difference is the setting. Rather than plying their trade in homes or offices, these tradesmen work in factories and plants. Consequently, they may work on larger, higher-capacity equipment.
Below is a list of their typical job duties:
- Reading and interpreting specifications and blueprints
- Installing, servicing and repairing conduits, wiring and fixtures
- Conducting electronic inspections and tests
- Grounding electrical systems
- Servicing generators, motors and high voltage systems
- Performing electrical work on environmental regulating systems, pumps and industrial lighting systems
- Installing, maintaining and repairing heavy duty equipment and industrial communications systems
- Cleaning circuit boards and contacts
- Oiling motors and replacing wiring
- Troubleshooting and repairing electrical components
- Working with programmable logic/automation controls
Tools and equipment of the industrial electrician trade include electric welders, high-voltage portable cables and electrode-type boilers. They may also work with cranes and hoists, switchgear and industrial control assemblies and capacitors, reactors and storage batteries exceeding 1,000 volts.
Course Fee INR Duration Course Timing Date Commence Remarks
Industrial Electrician 50,000
5 months 10:00-18:00