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Training by Schneider Electric

making you more competitive

Courses catalogue


Training by Schneider Electric,

making you more competitive

Training courses focused on your needs

@ Solve specific technical problems

@ Bring your new staff up to speed

@ Optimise your equipment maintenance

@ Acquire skills for the modernisation of your installations

@ Optimise the management of your teams

@ Reduce your energy bill

...What about your needs

Courses for all your technical and business issues

Training on

Schneider Electric products

Schneider Electric solutions

your day-to-day business issues

Training Solutions throughout your installation lifecycle

Dedicated training teams close to you

100, 000

persons trained

worldwide in 2007

3

main types of courses:

Products / Solutions / Businesses

50

training centres

around the world

Experience of international industrialists

Manufacturer’s know-how

Teaching expertise

500

in-house & external

trainers

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Introduction

We all face a raft of new legislative and health and safety measures in an increasingly

competitive market, combined with a continual drive for cost efficiencies. You need a partner

who understands your everyday pressures and provides a genuine competitive edge in your

operations.

We offer a flexible range of practical training courses to develop the judgement and skills of

your staff, with our professional training organisation delivering a profitable investment for

you.

The benefits of training with Schneider Electric include:

@ A highly qualified team of instructors with 200+ years experience across a range of

industry sectors

@ A hands-on approach which gives safe exposure to real-world situations

@ A dedicated training centre which enables you to learn quickly and effectively on the

types of equipment you encounter day to day

@ As one of the world’s leading electrical manufacturers, Schneider Electric gives you the

reassurance of expert, up to date instruction to make maximum use of your valuable time

@ The potential to tailor courses to your particular needs

@ The option of training at your site, to get your entire department up to speed as effectively

as possible

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CONTENTS

Training on Schneider Electric products

@ GenieEvo switchgear - page 10

@ Modicon TSX PL7 Pro software - page 18

@ Ringmaster switchgear - page 11

@ Sepam relays - page 12

@ LV air circuit breakers - page 13

@ Variable speed drive - page 14

@ UNITY software - page 15

@ Modicon ProWORX software - page 19

@ Safety PLCs - page 20

@ Clipsal C-Bus - pages 21-23

@ Magelis HMI - page 24

@ Vijeo Citect - pages 25-29

@ Concept software - page 16, 17

Training on Schneider Electric solutions

@ Authorised Person: Industrial HV - page 32

@ Authorised Person: Industrial LV - page 33

@ Authorised Person: NHS Estates HV/LV - page 34

@ Authorised Person (MOD): AP HV/LV - page 35

@ Authorised Person (MOD): AP LV - page 36

@ Authorised Person (MOD): APR HV - page 37

@ Authorised Person (MOD): APHaz - page 38

@ Protecting your distribution network - page 39

@ Working safely with diesel generator

systems - page 40

@ Working safely with UPS systems - page 41

Training on your day-to-day business issues

@ Introduction to energy management - page 43

@ 17th Edition wiring regulations (update) - page 44

@ 17th Edition wiring regulations (comprehensive) - page 45

@ Basic electrical foundation course - page 46

@ Functional safety - SILs - page 47

Practical information

@ General conditions - page 49

@ Booking form and credit card booking via fax - page 50

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Choosing your best training paths


Choosing your best training paths

We are committed to giving you precisely the training that you

need, whether it’s a quick refresher or an in-depth immersion in

your chosen topic. And, if our listed courses aren’t quite what you

are looking for, please contact us for details of our customised

courses – all of which can be delivered on your site if needed.

Recommended courses to fit your job

> Contractors/End Users

@ Authorised Person - pages 32-38

@ Introduction to energy management - page 43

@ Protecting your distribution network - page 39

@ Working safely with diesel generator systems - page 40

@ Working safely with UPS systems - page 41

@ GenieEvo / Ringmaster switchgear - page 10/11

@ Sepam relays - page 12

@ LV air circuit breakers - page 13

@ Variable speed drives - page 14

@ UNITY software - page 15

@ Concept software - pages 16-17

@ Modicon TSX PL7 Pro software - page 18

@ Modicon ProWORX software - page 19

@ Safety PLC - page 20

@ Magelis HMI - page 24

@ Vijeo Citect - pages 25-29

@ 17th Edition wiring regulations - pages 44-45

@ Functional safety - SILs - page 47

> Installers/Panelbuilders

@ Clipsal C-Bus - pages 21-23

@ 17th Edition wiring regulations - pages 44-45

@ Functional safety – SILs - page 47

Courses by training topic

> Automation

@ UNITY software - page 15

@ Concept software - pages 16-17

@ Modicon TSX PL7 Pro software - page 18

@ Modicon ProWORX software - page 19

@ Clipsal C-Bus - pages 21-23

@ Magelis HMI - page 24

@ Safety PLC - page 20

@ Vijeo Citect - pages 25-29

> Power

@ Authorised Person: Industrial - pages 32-33

@ Authorised Person: NHS Estates - page 34

@ Authorised Person: MOD - pages 35-38

@ Introduction to energy management - page 43

@ Protecting your distribution network - page 39

@ Working safely with diesel generator

systems - page 40

@ Working safely with UPS systems - page 41

@ GenieEvo switchgear - page 10

@ Ringmaster switchgear - page 11

@ Sepam relays - page 12

@ LV air circuit breakers - page 13

@ Variable speed drives - page 14

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Training on

Schneider Electric products


Training on Schneider Electric products

@ GenieEvo switchgear - page 10

@ Ringmaster switchgear - page 11

@ Sepam relays - page 12

@ LV air circuit breakers - page 13

@ Variable speed drive - page 14

@ UNITY software - page 15

@ Concept software - page 16, 17

@ Modicon TSX PL7 Pro software - page 18

@ Modicon ProWORX software - page 19

@ Safety PLCs - page 20

@ Clipsal C-Bus - pages 21-23

@ Magelis HMI - page 24

@ Vijeo Citect - pages 25-29

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Protection/product courses

GenieEvo switchgear

The fundamental principle of controlling danger with the operation of High Voltage (HV) and Low Voltage (LV)

circuit breakers lies at the centre of all networks, from a major transmission system, down to a simple radial LV

distribution board. Failure of a device to operate correctly could result in serious damage and endanger personnel.

These courses enable delegates to grasp the characteristics of these essential products, covering the correct

installation and set up of breakers and its allied protection.

Objectives

@ Delegates will safely operate the circuit breaker to secure the

point of isolation and earthing appropriately

Content

Overview presentation, with notes:

@ Introduction to the switchgear

@ Definition of the main variants and ratings

@ Architecture and main components

@ Evolis vacuum circuit breaker

@ Controlled air disconnector

@ Voltage transformer

@ Endurance characteristics

@ Overview of the Sepam protection system

Target audience

@ Your scope: Public and commercial

buildings

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, electrical

engineer, facilities manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Demonstration, followed by hands-on operation:

@ Isolator and circuit breaker mechanism operation

@ Cable testing facility

@ Voltage transformer compartment

@ Protection reset

@ Visual checks

Equipment used

@ GenieEvo switchgear

Training code: 118

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Protection/product courses

Ringmaster switchgear

Objectives

@ To teach the construction and operation of Ringmaster

switchgear

Target audience

@ Your scope: Public and commercial

buildings

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, electrical

engineer, facilities manager

Content

@ Introduction to the switchgear

@ Definition of the main variants and ratings

@ Architecture and main components

@ Interruption system

@ Gas pressure indication

@ Endurance characteristics

@ Overview of protection system (TFL or VIP300)

@ Mechanism operation

@ Cable testing facility

@ Circuit breaker reset

@ Protection reset

@ Visual checks

Equipment used

@ Ringmaster switchgear

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 127

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Protection/product courses

Sepam relays

Target audience

@ Your scope: Public and commercial

building

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, electrical

engineer, facilities manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Delegates attending this course will need

a familiarity with PC and MS Windows

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Objectives

@ To teach the operation and use of the Sepam 2000, 20, 40 or 80

protection relay

Content

@ Introduction to the relay

@ Definition of the main variants

@ Architecture and main components

@ Functionality

@ PLC ladder logic overview

@ PC setting software

@ Metering functions

@ Protection reset

@ Post fault interrogation

@ Disturbance recorder

@ Protection settings

@ I/O status

@ Use of TSM handheld terminal adds further 1/2 day

Equipment used

@ Sepam protection relay and hand held terminal

Training code: 116

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Protection/product courses

Operation and maintenance of LV air circuit breakers

Objectives

@ The purpose of this course is to provide a primary understanding

of the operation of circuit breakers and to outline the relevant

operational aspects of the unit

Content

@ Identify the circuit breaker standards

@ Circuit breaker mechanical theory

@ Electrical circuit breaker operation

@ Levels of maintenance and servicing

@ Important aspects of the control unit

Target audience

The course is designed for engineering

staff concerned with operation and/or

maintenance of the LV circuit breakers

including:

@ Public and commercial buildings

@ Maintenance manager

@ Electrical engineer

@ Facilities manager

@ Installation and operating staff

@ Maintenance/repair teams

@ Commissioning and test technicians

@ Systems designers

@ Panel manufacturers

Equipment used

@ Compact NS MCCB

@ Masterpact air circuit breakers

@ Control unit tester

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 106

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Variable speed drive

Objectives

@ The course aims to provide a broad introduction to the principles

of AC motor speed control using VSDs

Delegates should be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

@ The characteristics of AC induction motors

@ How AC VSDs operate

@ The difference between constant and variable torque

applications

@ The application functions provided by AC variable speed drives

Content

@ AC VSD and motor principles. Application and installation

considerations, including constant and variable torque load

characteristics

@ Explanations and hands-on practical demonstrations of the key

functions provided by modern AC VSDs

Target audience

@ Your scope: Industrial facilities

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, facilities

manager, operations manager

Equipment used

@ The course is conducted using Altivar drives, which can include:

ATV11, ATV31, ATV38, ATV58, ATV71, ATV61

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ Duration on application

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 337

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Programmable logic controller

UNITY software

Schneider Electric’s range of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) is market leading. With a wide range of

processors, selecting a PLC to meet your personal needs is easy.

With this in mind, our PLC courses are wide and varied, covering all PLC types and all programming software

versions. With a selection of open courses available on request, both in our offices or on site, our flexible training

schedules make it easy for you to meet your training needs.

To back up our standard programming courses, customised training is available to cover all intelligent modules

and all communications networks.

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with automation

systems using Quantum or Premium

PLCs

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, control

engineer, operations manager, production

manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Computer skills and basic PLC

knowledge

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 301

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ To teach the functions of the UNITY programming software

Content

@ Creating users using the security features

@ Project settings

@ Converting PL7 or Concept programs

@ PLC configuration

@ Programming

- Function block diagram

- Instruction list

- Structured text

- Ladder diagram

- Sequential function chart

@ Derived data types

@ Derived function blocks

@ Import and export of projects, sections etc

Equipment used

@ Premium or Quantum hardware

@ UNITY programming software

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Programmable logic controller

Concept level 1 application software

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with automation

systems using Quantum PLCs

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, control

engineer, operations manager, production

manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Delegates attending this course will need

a familiarity with PC and MS Windows

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 319

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

By the end of the course students will be able to:

@ Configure a PLC

@ Develop simple programs in IEC editors

@ Create derived function blocks

@ Document programme

Content

@ Quantum hardware modules and configuration

@ IEC 1131-3 overview

@ Programming language editors

@ FBD ladder

@ Structured text

@ Instruction list

@ Derived function block

@ Sequential function chart

@ Application documentation

@ Practical work

Equipment used

@ Concept software

@ Quantum PLCs

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Programmable logic controller

Concept level 2 application software

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with automation

systems using Quantum PLCs

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, control

engineer, operations manager, production

manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Concept level 1 application course

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 320

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

By the end of the course students will be able to:

@ Configure a PLC

@ Use security features

@ Programme in all 5 IEC languages

@ Create and use DFBs

@ Create and use macros

@ Create and use DDTs

@ Create documentation

@ Export/import programmes

Content

@ Quantum hardware modules and configuration

@ IEC 1131-3 overview

@ Programming languages FBD, SFC, LD, IL and ST

@ Derived function blocks

@ Derived data types

@ Macros

@ Documentation

@ Practical work

Equipment used

@ Concept software

@ Quantum PLCs

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Programmable logic controller

Modicon TSX PL7 Pro level 1 application

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with automation

systems using Micro or Premium PLCs

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, control

engineer, operations manager, production

manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ A basic knowledge of Windows and PLCs

would be helpful

Duration and delivery

@ A four day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 321

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

By the end of the course the student should

have the skills to:

@ Select and configure PLC hardware

@ Understand the PL7 programming software

@ Understand the PL7 language components

@ Debug an application

@ Conduct fault finding and maintenance

@ Back-up applications

@ Update application documentation

Content

@ Principles of programmable control

@ Identification of PLC hardware

@ Configuration of the PLC I/O modules

@ System configuration

@ Principles of programming and structures

@ Principles of analogue operation

@ Introduction to programming languages

@ Ladder logic

@ Text

@ Sequence flow chart (Grafcet)

@ Instruction list

@ Practical exercises

@ Application debugging, back-up and export

@ Fault finding and maintenance

@ Application documentation

Equipment used

@ Modicon TSX 37 Micro PLC

@ Modicon TSX 57 Premium PLC

@ PL7-Micro/Junior programming software

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Programmable logic controller

Modicon ProWORX software level 1 application

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with automation

systems using Quantum, 984, Compact

or Momentum PLCs

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, control

engineer, operations manager, production

manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Basic knowledge of Windows. Some

experience of plant control or introduction

to PLCs would be desirable

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 3313

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ Describe the basic principles of a PLC

@ Recognise and name the major components of a PLC system

@ Configuring a PLC

@ Explanation of PLC I/O map

@ Program basic ladder logic functions

@ Transfer and save applications on PC

@ Explain system diagnostics, maintenance and fault finding

Content

@ Principles of programmable control

@ Overview of PLC hardware

@ Configuring of applications

@ Modicon PLC system theory

@ Ladder programming language and

methodology

@ Practical examples and applications

@ PLC trouble shooting techniques

@ Overview of Modicon networking

Equipment used

@ Modicon 984, Compact, Momentum and Quantum PLCs

@ ProWORX software

- PLUS

- NxT

-32

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Programmable logic controller

Safety PLCs

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with PLC

automation systems

@ Your role: Installation engineer, control

engineer, maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Participants should be familiar with the

use of computers and the basic principles

of PLC control systems

Duration and delivery

@ A two day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 355

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ Using practical exercises, participants will become familiar with

both the software and hardware

@ It is preferable that participants become familiar with safety

principles and legislation before programming these PLCs

Content

@ Safety suite software installation

@ Creating a new project and configuring a default resource (XPSMF35)

@ Online controls, testing & diagnostic screens

@ Creating a reset input

@ Creating a function block (non-certified)

@ Configuring a new resource (XPSMF30) in an existing project

@ Modifying a function block by adding a direct value field

@ Creating a multi-control panel

@ Creating a line control input

@ Peer to peer signal communication over Safe Ethernet

@ Utilising the special Digital/Analogue inputs (XPSMF35) including

adjusting the hysteresis values

@ Utilising the special line control digital inputs (XPSMF35) for dual

pole e-stop

@ Setting up and using Modbus communications over Ethernet

@ Software functions - AND, OR, NOT, Rising edge, and TON

connected together with local and global variables

Equipment used

@ Safety PLCs - XPSMF35, XPSMF30 and remote I/O XPSMF3

@ Safety Suite v1.0 software containing XPSMFWIN

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Lighting automation & control

Clipsal C-Bus basic

With the widespread focus on reducing energy, it is essential that we operate as efficiently as possible. These

courses cover the control and automation of lighting in domestic and commercial premises via the Clipsal C-Bus

product ranges.

Objectives

On completion of this course students should be able to:

@ Understand the principles of C-Bus systems

@ Plan and design a C-Bus system

@ Use the C-Bus Toolkit software

@ Program basic C-Bus units

Target audience

@ Your scope: Public, commercial and

domestic premises

@ Your job: Installers and designers of

lighting control systems

Prerequisite knowledge

@ PC and MS Windows familiarity

Content

@ Introduction to the C-Bus system

@ Examples of installations

@ C-Bus operation

@ Planning and design of a C-Bus installation

@ Using the Toolkit software

@ Configuring and programming C-Bus units

@ Practical exercises

Equipment used

@ C-Bus dimmer

@ PC interface

@ PIR

@ Light sensor and 4 way switch

@ PC with Toolkit software installed

Duration and delivery

@ A two day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 401

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Lighting automation & control

Clipsal C-Bus intermediate 1

Target audience

@ Your scope: Public, commercial and

domestic premises

@ Your job: Installers and designers of

lighting control systems

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Must have completed C-Bus basic

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 402

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

On completion of this course students should be able to:

@ Setup and configure a C-Bus network interface

@ Program the monochrome touch screen

Content

@ Introduction to Ethernet

@ Setting up the network interface using

@ Lantronix software

@ Programming basic functions on touch screen

@ Using schedules and scenes

@ Programming the DLT with key functions and scenes

Equipment used

@ C-Bus B/W touch screen

@ Network Interface and Dynamic Labelling Technology (DLT) 5

button unit

@ PC with Toolkit and PICED software installed

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Lighting automation & control

Clipsal C-Bus intermediate 2

Target audience

@ Your scope: Public, commercial and

domestic premises

@ Your job: Installers and designers of

lighting control systems

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Must have completed C-Bus

intermediate 1

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 403

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

On completion of this course students should be able to:

@ Program the colour touch screen

Content

@ Introduction to Ethernet

@ Setting up the network interface using

@ Lantronix software

@ Programming basic functions on touch screen

@ Using schedules and scenes

@ Programming the DLT with key functions and scenes

Equipment used

@ C-Bus colour touch screen

@ PC with Toolkit and PICED software installed

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Operator interface HMI and SCADA courses

Magelis HMI

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with HMI control

using Magelis terminals

@ Your job: Installation engineer, control

engineer, maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Must have computer skills and a

knowledge of Premium / Quantum PLCs

Duration and delivery

@ A two or four day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 300

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ To teach users and programmers how to program and use the

Magelis XBTG and XBTGT operator screens

Content

@ Introduction to Vijeo designer software

@ Create a simple project

@ Inserting pages and page links

@ Text displays, parameters

@ Programming screen objects

@ Using the simulator

@ Downloading

@ Grouping objects

@ Audio messages

Equipment used

@ Magelis XBTG, XBTGT, XBTN / R, XBTP /E/HM/PM

/ / @ Vijeo designer software v4.6

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Operator interface HMI and SCADA courses

Vijeo Citect software - Basic

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with PLC

automation systems

@ Your role: Installation engineer, control

engineer, maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Participants must have basic computer

skills and a working knowledge of PLC

addresses

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 358

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ Good understanding and competent in the use of Citect HMI /

SCADA

@ Able to communicate with PLCs using Citect HMI / SCADA

@ Apply learning to your own site or project

@ Troubleshoot problems and take appropriate action

@ Maximise performance of your Citect HMI / SCADA application

@ Use the online help and knowledge base effectively

Content

@ Operating the demonstration project

@ Client configuration

@ Managing projects

@ Setting up communications

@ Graphics

@ Commands and controls

@ Alarms

@ Trends

@ Process analyst

@ Roles and licensing

Equipment used

@ Citect v7.0 software

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Operator interface HMI and SCADA courses

Vijeo Citect software - Intermediate (Networking)

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with PLC

automation systems

@ Your role: Installation engineer, control

engineer, maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Must have completed Vijeo Citect Basic

course 358 - see page 25

Duration and delivery

@ A two day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 361

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

This hands on course will give you insight into the principles behind

networking in Citect SCADA including how Citect SCADA uses a

network, redundancy, distributed servers and global clients

Content

@ Introduction to networking

@ Networking Vijeo Citect

@ Vijeo Citect redundancy

@ Distributed servers

@ Kernel and debugging

@ Web client

Equipment used

@ Citect v7.0 software

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Operator interface HMI and SCADA courses

Vijeo Citect software - Advanced (Customisation & Design)

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with PLC

automation systems

@ Your role: Installation engineer, control

engineer, maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Must have completed Vijeo Citect

Intermediate course 361- see page 26

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 362

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ This interactive course will give you insight into the principles

behind customising Citect SCADA

@ You will be using different programming techniques including

Cicode and VBA. In addition you will learn about the Citect

kernel and exchanging data between Citect SCADA and other

applications

Content

@ Custom templates

@ Genies

@ Structured tag names

@ Smart Genies

@ Genie forms

@ Smart popup pages and supergenies

@ Cicode forms

@ Custom navigation

@ Custom menus

@ True colour

@ Graphics builder automation interface

@ Citect SCADA and ODBC

@ CiRecipe Active X control

@ Active X and Cicode

@ Active X events

@ Process analyst

@ The Citect kernel and debugging code

@ Custom alarm filtering

@ Table maths

Equipment used

@ Citect v7.0 software

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Operator interface HMI and SCADA courses

Vijeo Citect – Cicode programming

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with PLC

automation systems

@ Your role: Installation engineer, control

engineer, maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Familiarity with the Windows operating

system. Working knowledge of process

control applications and Vijeo Citect

Duration and delivery

@ A two day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 363

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ This course is designed for engineering staff, maintenance staff

and plant supervisors who have had some Citect configuration

experience and want to use Citect’s advanced features

Content

@ Introductions to Cicode

@ Commands - setting variables

@ Expressions

- Performing calculations

- Displaying data

- Multiple statements

- Getting operator input

@ Variable operators

@ The Cicode editor – file navigation, editing tools

@ Simple Cicode functions

- Writing simple functions

- Function syntax

- Void functions

- Cicode variables

- Converting and formatting Cicode variables

- Include files

@ Conditional executors

- IF statements

- FOR loop

- WHILE loop

- SELECT CASE statement

@ Return functions

- Arrays

- Comments

- Debugging

Equipment used

@ Citect v7.0 software

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Operator interface HMI and SCADA courses

Vijeo Citect – Historian

Target audience

@ Your scope: Facilities with PLC

automation systems

@ Your role: Installation engineer, control

engineer, maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Familiarity with the Windows operating

system. Working knowledge of process

control applications and Vijeo Citect

Duration and delivery

@ A two day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 364

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ This course is designed for engineers who wish to configure and

maintain a Citect SCADA report project and managers who wish

to analyse the data in the client tools

Content

@ Data sources

@ Historian

@ Publishing information

@ Managing projects

@ Tasks

@ Events

@ Vijeo Historian web server client

@ Excel client

@ Statistical analysis in Excel

@ SQL server 2005 reporting services

@ Publishing data

Equipment used

@ Citect v7.0 software

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Training on

Schneider Electric solutions


Training on Schneider Electric solutions

@ Authorised Person: Industrial HV - page 32

@ Authorised Person: Industrial LV - page 33

@ Authorised Person: NHS Estates HV/LV - page 34

@ Authorised Person (MOD): AP HV/LV - page 35

@ Authorised Person (MOD): AP LV - page 36

@ Authorised Person (MOD): APR HV - page 37

@ Authorised Person (MOD): APHaz - page 38

@ Protecting your distribution network - page 39

@ Working safely with diesel generator systems - page 40

@ Working safely with UPS systems - page 41

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Authorised person courses

High voltage authorised person (industrial)

These courses are primarily designed for people operating High Voltage (HV) or Low Voltage (LV) electrical

systems on site. Note, all of our Authorised Person courses contain practical exercises so delegates are advised

to bring appropriate protective clothing.

Objectives

@ Delegates will be introduced to electrical systems and the

dangers which exist and can arise when operating and working

on HV and LV systems

@ A facility for examining equipment and gaining hands on

operating experience will be available throughout the course

Target audience

@ Your scope: Industrial, commercial and

public facilities

@ Your job: Nominated as Authorised

Person, electrical maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A four day course (residential or

non-residential options available)

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Training code: 107

Content

@ The training will cover safe operating procedures relating to

the operation and maintenance of a variety of manufacturers HV

equipment

@ Delegates will gain the required experience to issue

documentation abiding by current legislation in addition to

attaining the role of safety coordinator

@ Statutory safety regulations

@ HV switchgear operation and maintenance

@ Operation and isolation of electrical distribution equipment

@ Issue of Permit to Work

@ Issue of Sanction to Test

@ Network operations

@ Application of Electrical Safety Regulations to high voltage

equipment and systems

@ Basic protection operations

@ Cable location and identification

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Authorised person courses

Low voltage authorised person (industrial)

Target audience

@ Your scope: Industrial, commercial and

public facilities

@ Your job: Nominated as Authorised

Person, electrical maintenance manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course (residential or

non-residential options available)

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Training code: 101

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ The training will teach safe operating procedures relating to the

operation and maintenance of a variety of equipment

@ Delegates will gain the required experience to issue

documentation abiding by current legislation in addition to

attaining the role of safety coordinator

Content

@ Statutory safety regulations

@ LV switchgear operation and maintenance

@ Operation and maintenance of electrical distribution equipment

@ Issue of Permit to Work

@ Issue of Sanction to Test

@ Network operations

@ Application of Electrical Safety Regulations to LV equipment and

systems

@ Basic protection operations

@ Cable location and identification

Equipment used

@ Various LV equipment

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Authorised person courses

Authorised Person NHS estates in accordance with

HTM 0602/0603

Target audience

@ Your scope: Health estate buildings

@ Your job: Nominated as Authorised Person

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Delegates who attend the course

should have a firm understanding of basic

electrical principles and theory

Duration and delivery

@ A ten day course (residential)

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Training code:

140 (HV - HTM 0603)

163 (LV - HTM 0602)

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ UK National Health Service course for the appointment of

persons working to the HTM 0602/0603 Electrical Safety Code

for Low Voltage/High Voltage systems

@ This will apply to England and Wales and also covers the

variations applicable to Scotland and Northern Ireland

Content

@ Management policy

@ Statutory legislation

@ HTM 0602/0603 roles and duties

@ Safety programs

@ Signs and notices

@ Permits and sanctions in use

@ Inspectorate

@ Electrical apparatus construction, operation and maintenance

@ Safe isolation of HV and LV systems

@ Practical exercises on HV and LV

@ Cable workings

@ Protection applications, settings and testing

@ Written test assessment

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Authorised person courses

Authorised Person: AP HV/LV (MOD)

Target audience

@ Your scope: Defence estate maintenance

management organisation (MMO)

@ Your job: Nominated as Authorised Person

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Foundation training advisory

Duration and delivery

@ A ten day course (residential)

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Training code: 110

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ Delegates will learn the essential requirements of safe working

procedures on High Voltage (HV) equipment as required by the

Electricity at Work Regulations and Defence Estates

JSP375 Safety Rules and Procedures

Content

@ Statutory safety regulations, mandatory safety regulations,

Defence Estates, Safety Rules and Procedures (JSP375)

@ HV switchgear operation and isolation

@ HV ring and radial network operation

@ Issue of Permit to Work and Sanction to Test

@ Low Voltage (LV) distribution equipment

@ Application of Electrical Safety Regulations to LV equipment and

systems

@ Operating records and documentation

@ Cable location and identification

@ Testing and commissioning of HV electrical distribution

equipment

@ Pressure (Hi-Pot) testing

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Authorised person courses

Authorised Person: AP LV (MOD)

Target audience

@ Your scope: Defence estate maintenance

management organisation (MMO)

@ Your job: Nominated as Authorised Person

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Foundation training advisory

Duration and delivery

@ A five day course (residential)

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 151

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ Delegates will learn the essential requirements of safe working

procedures on LV equipment as required by the Electricity at

Work regulations and Defence Estates JSP375 Safety Rules and

Procedures

Content

@ Statutory safety regulations

@ Mandatory safety regulations

@ Defence Estates Electrical Safety Rules and Procedures

@ LV distribution switchgear and equipment

@ Application of electricity safety regulations

@ Issue of Permit to Work and Sanction to Test

@ Cable location and identification

@ Operating records and documentation

Equipment used

@ A wide variety of manufacturers LV switchgear is installed for

practical work

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Authorised person courses

Authorised Person: APR HV (MOD)

Target audience

@ Your scope: Defence estate maintenance

management organisation (MMO)

@ Your job: Authorised Person requiring

refresher training

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Must have completed AP HV/LV -

see page 35

Duration and delivery

@ A five day course (residential)

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Training code: 111

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ Delegates will revisit the essential requirements of safe working

procedures on High Voltage (HV) equipment as required by the

Electricity at Work Regulations and Defence Estates

JSP375 Safety Rules and Procedures

Content

@ Statutory safety regulations, mandatory safety regulations,

Defence Estates, Safety Rules and Procedures (JSP375)

@ HV switchgear operation and maintenance

@ Operation and maintenance of electrical distribution equipment

@ Issue of Permit to Work

@ Issue of Sanction to Test

@ Network operations

@ Low Voltage (LV) distribution equipment

@ Application of Electrical Safety Regulations to HV equipment and

systems

@ Operating records and documentation

@ Cable location and identification

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Authorised person courses

Authorised Person: APHaz (MOD)

Target audience

@ Your scope: Defence estate maintenance

management organisation (MMO)

@ Your job: Nominated as Authorised

Person for hazardous area installations

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A three day course (residential)

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Training code: 152

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

To enable delegates nominated for appointment as authorised

persons to acquire the necessary background knowledge, skills

and basis for gaining company experience.

In particular:

@ To revise and update the requirements and application of

relevant legislation

@ To learn procedures for a safe system of work on hazardous LV

systems in accordance with JSP375

@ To obtain practice in implementing the above

Content

@ British Standards (BS) and Cenelec (European) Standards and

codes of practice

@ The classification of areas and the choice of equipment for use in

the presence of Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (PEXA)

@ Certification of equipment methods of protection, gas groups

and temperature classification

@ Application and use of MoD Defence Estate (DE) Safety Rules

and Procedures (JSP375)

@ MoD/DE maintenance requirements for installation and

maintenance of equipment

@ Classroom and practical assessment exercises

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Protection/product courses

Protecting your distribution network

The fundamental principle of controlling danger with the operation of High Voltage (HV) and Low Voltage (LV)

circuit breakers lies at the centre of all networks, from a major transmission system, down to a simple radial LV

distribution board. Failure of a device to operate correctly could result in serious damage and endanger personnel.

These courses enable delegates to grasp the characteristics of these essential products, covering the correct

installation and set up of breakers and its allied protection.

Target audience

@ Your scope: Industrial, commercial and

public facilities

@ Your job: Designer, specifier or operator

of HV networks, electrical engineer,

maintenance manager, facilities manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A four day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

Training code: 109

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

By the end of the training the delegate will:

@ Understand the factors involved in selecting a distribution

network layout

@ Have obtained expertise required to carry out protection

co-ordination studies

@ Understand how to select the optimum protection package for

each application

@ Understand the advantages of the integrated protection and

control systems

@ Be able to improve the performance of their electrical

installations

Content

@ HV supplies and network configurations

@ Estimation of system fault levels

@ Instrument transformers

@ Application of overcurrent and earth fault protection

@ Differential protection

@ Protection of transformers, motors and generators

Equipment used

@ Various protection relays

@ The Sepam range of protection relays

@ Ringmaster and YSF6 switchgear

@ Talus and Sprite remote terminal units

39


Protection/product courses

Working safely with diesel generator systems

Target audience

@ Your scope: Industrial, commercial and

public facilities

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, electrical

engineer, facilities manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Objectives

@ To teach safe operating procedures relating to the operation and

maintenance of generator sets

Content

@ Statutory safety regulations relating to generator sets

@ Generator set principles

@ Safe isolation of generator sets

@ Safety around a running engine

Equipment used

@ Cummins diesel generator set

Training code: 112

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Protection/product courses

Working safely with UPS systems

Objectives

@ To teach safe operating procedures relating to the operation and

maintenance of UPS equipment

@ Delegates will gain the required experience to issue

documentation abiding by all legislation and their specific

company defined procedures

Target audience

@ Your scope: Industrial, commercial and

public facilities

@ Your job: Maintenance manager, electrical

engineer, facilities manager

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Content

@ Statutory safety regulations relating to UPS

@ UPS principles

@ UPS associated switchgear

@ Discrimination including earth loop impedance

@ Fault levels relating to mains, generator, UPS and switchgear

@ Practical operation of UPS and switchgear

Equipment used

@ UPS and associated switchgear

Duration and delivery

@ A two day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 160

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Training on

your day-to-day business issues


Energy efficiency

An introduction to energy management

Target audience

@ Your scope: All public and commercial

premises

@ Your role: Apprentice energy

consultants preparing to undertake

their first simple energy audits, facility

managers attempting to understand

areas for improvement within their sites,

newly appointed energy managers

and champions requiring an insight

into energy saving techniques, quality

improvement managers

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Intermediate IT skills especially in

Microsoft Word and Excel, experience

in basic report writing, strong analytical

skills

Duration and delivery

@ A two day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Objectives

@ After taking this training, the participants should understand the

key drivers for energy efficiency sufficient to enable the planning

and production of an energy audit

Content

@ The background and key drivers to energy efficiency

@ Basic data types relating to energy consumption

@ Data collection and analysis techniques

@ Overview of basic energy technologies

- HVAC

- Lighting

- Processes

- Refrigeration

- Hot Water / steam generation

@ Identifying areas for improvement

@ Engineering calculations

@ Planning, constructing and presenting an energy audit report

Training code: 104

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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17th Edition wiring regulations

Update course

Target audience

@ Your scope: All public, commercial and

industrial organisations

@ Your job: Electrical engineer, maintenance

manager, electrical contractor

Prerequisite knowledge

Candidates wishing to take this course and

arrange to take the City & Guilds 2382-20

qualification must have achieved at least

one of the following :-

@ City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in the

requirements for Electrical Installations

BS7671: June 2001 (2381)

@ City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in

Electrotechnical Technology Installation

(Building and Structures) (2330-07)

@ City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in

Electrotechnical Technology Electrical

Maintenance (2330-08)

@ City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in

Electrical Installation Part Two (2360) from

January 1st 2004 onwards

Objectives

@ This course is intended to meet the needs of experienced

candidates who need to get up to speed quickly with the

17th Edition Wiring Regulations and provides guidance on the

main alterations and additions from the 16th edition incorporated

in BS7671:2008

Content

@ Delegates will gain an understanding of the changes from the

16th Edition and will be eligible to take the 17th Edition multiple

choice test at a local GOLA centre (additional cost)

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 168

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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17th Edition wiring regulations

Comprehensive course

Target audience

@ Your scope: All public, commercial and

industrial organisations

@ Your job: Electrical engineer, maintenance

manager, electrical contractor

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None - however it will be expected

that delegates will have basic electrical

knowledge

@ This course is suitable for anyone

who has no previous knowledge or

qualification associated with the wiring

regulations prior to 2001

Duration and delivery

@ A four day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 169

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ This course is intended to provide comprehensive training on all

aspects of the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations

@ The course is suitable for all electrical engineers, contractors,

electricians or domestic installers who need to understand

the principles behind the regulations and how it affects all

aspects of their day to day work

Content

Delegates will complete the course with knowledge and practical

understanding of all parts of the regulations:

@ Scope, objective and fundamental principles

@ Definitions

@ Assessment of general characteristics

@ Protection for safety

@ Selection and erection of equipment

@ Inspection and testing

@ Special installations or locations

@ Appendices

Candidates will be eligible to take the 17th Edition exam

C&G 2382-10 at a local GOLA centre following this course.

Please note: There is an additional fee for taking the GOLA exam

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Electrical principles

Basic electrical foundation course

Target audience

@ Your scope: All public, commercial and

industrial organisations

@ Your job: All staff who have very little

knowledge of electricity

Prerequisite knowledge

@ Candidates must have completed

the previous module before progressing

throughout the course

Duration and delivery

@ A half day per module

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Objectives

This series of modules will provide the fundamental knowledge

in electrical principles, danger awareness and highlight key

operational considerations

Content

@ Module 1: Voltage, resistance & current

@ Module 2: Calculations, faults & dangers

@ Module 3: Protective devices

@ Module 4: Magnetism

@ Module 5: Power Supply Units and Variable Speed Drives

@ Module 6: Control systems

@ Module 7: Power factor

@ Module 8: Open & closed loop control systems

Training code: 100

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

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Functional safety

SILs

Target audience

@ Your scope: Industrial, commercial and

public facilities

@ Your job: Specifier, designer or

maintenance of safety systems. Electrical

engineer, facilities manager, maintenance

manager, electrical contractor

Prerequisite knowledge

@ None

Duration and delivery

@ A one day course

@ In-class sessions within

Schneider Electric training centres

@ Can be customised and delivered on

customer premises

Training code: 042

For further information

or registration

@ Contact your local Schneider Electric

customer training centre

Objectives

@ This course will give users and system builders an overview

of safety systems and the practical implementation of functional

safety standards BS EN 61508 and its associated ‘sector

implementation’ standards 61511, 62061 and 61513 with

particular reference to safety integrity levels and safety life cycle

Content

@ Definition of SILs and what they mean

@ Introduces HSE concepts of ALARP (As Low As Reasonably

Practical) and tolerable risk

@ Cover how the standards relate to each other and how they

fit with UK regulations and the HSE’s published view of the

standards

@ Discuss how the standard is not just for instrument engineers as

will become evident when going through the life-cycle below

@ Safety life cycle activities:

- Life cycle planning

- Hazard and risk assessments

- Safety requirements specification (SRS)

- Safety instrumented system (SIS)

- Testing

- Operation & maintenance

- Decommissioning

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Training by Schneider Electric

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Payment

Cheques must be made payable to

Schneider Electric Ltd and should

accompany the booking form which must

reach us at least 4 weeks prior to the

course start date to secure a place.

Telephone bookings

These are accepted subject to written

confirmation.

Confirmation

Upon receipt of payment, course

confirmation and joining instructions will be

forwarded giving details of time, location

and travel information.

Cancellation by

participants

Cancellation must be made in writing 4

weeks prior to the course commencement

for a full refund. Thereafter the full course

fee is forfeited. However, substitutions will

be accepted at any time for confirmed

course places.

Cancellation by

Schneider Electric Ltd

The Schneider Electric Customer Training Centre reserves the right

to cancel any proposed course and will give as much notice as is

reasonable and practical.

In the event that a course cannot be held or completed, Schneider

Electric Ltd will endeavour to re-schedule the course within a

reasonable period. Should it not be possible to agree a mutually

acceptable date then a full refund of fees already paid will be

made.

Schneider Electric Ltd cannot be held liable for failure to provide an

alternative or for any costs arising from the cancellation.

Prices

Unless otherwise stated prices include documentation, lunch and

refreshment but do not include evening meals, accommodation

or any travel costs. Delegates are responsible for their own hotel

bookings on non-residential courses.

Health & Safety at Work Act

The customer must ensure that all participants are aware of their

responsibilities under the Health & Safety at Work Act.

Copyright

Schneider Electric Ltd may provide course notes and other training

materials which are intended for the sole use of the individuals

attending the courses. The materials provided should not be

duplicated for the benefit of non participants nor should any

other documentation, samples or other materials be removed

from Schneider Electric Customer Training Centre premises by

participants without specific authorisation in writing.

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Save where Schneider Electric Ltd is shown to have failed to

exercise reasonable care and such failure results in death or

personal injury, the company shall not be liable in any respect of

any claims arising by reason of death, personal injury or loss of or

damage to property arising from attendance at the

Schneider Electric Customer Training Centre.

Schneider Electric Customer Training Centre

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Sir William Lyons Road

Coventry CV4 7EZ

Tel: 024 7684 7564

Fax: 024 7684 7545

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Nationwide support on one number -

call the Customer Information Centre on

0870 608 8 608

Fax 0870 608 8 606

Schneider Electric’s local support

Schneider Electric is committed to supporting its customers at every stage of a project. Our 180 sales engineers, the largest

dedicated sales force in the UK electrical industry, operate from 4 customer support centres.

Our sales engineers are skilled at assessing individual requirements and combined with the expert support of our product

specialists, will develop the most effective and economical answer taking relevant regulations and standards fully into account.

To access the expertise of the Schneider Electric group, please call 0870 608 8 608. Each customer support centre includes

facilities for demonstrations and training, and presentation rooms fully equipped with audio visual and video, providing

excellent meeting facilities.

Merlin Gerin is a world leader in the manufacture and

supply of high, medium and low voltage products for

the distribution, protection, control and management of

electrical systems and is focused on the needs of both the

commercial and industrial sectors. The newly launched VDI

Network Solutions offer provides flexible, configurable

ethernet systems for all communication needs.

Square D is a total quality organisation and its business

is to put electricity to work productively and effectively,

protecting people, buildings and equipment. Its low voltage

electrical distribution equipment, systems and services are

used extensively in residential and commercial applications.

Telemecanique is a UK market leader and world expert

in automation and control. It provides complete solutions,

with its range of components, Modicon range of high

technology programmable controllers (PLCs), multiple

fieldbus and ethernet communication networks, HMI, motion

control systems, variable speed drives and communications

software. In addition, it offers power distribution through

prefabricated busbar trunking.

Local customer support centres

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Schneider Electric Ltd

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Claremont Centre

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Schneider Electric Ltd, 123 Jack Lane, Hunslet, Leeds LS10 1BS

www.schneider-electric.co.uk

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