Mechanical & Electrical Connectivity Requirements at UWTSD’s SA1 Site (Skills on Site)

Mechanical & Electrical Connectivity Requirements at UWTSD’s SA1 Site

Overview
This event provides an overview of the Mechanical and Electrical Connectivity Technologies used within the UWTSD SA1 campus and is part of the Construction Wales Innovation Centre's Skills on Site initiative for students.

Certification
A certificate of attendance will be provided by The Construction Wales Innovation Centre.

Venues, Dates and Start times

  • Kier Construction
    SA1 Site
    Swansea
  • 25 October 2017
  • 10 am - midday

Who should attend
This course is suitable for those currently studying Electrical Installation within FE Colleges or those studying on Construction Technology Modules within various HE Institutions.

Course Content

The course covers the following topics:

  • Mechanical Ventilation & Heating
  • Electrical Requirements Inc. Mains Power and Backup Generators
  • Lighting Requirements Inc. Emergency Lighting
  • Overview of Data requirements of the Campus.
  • Overview of Security Requirements of the Campus.

Qualifications
n/a

Course duration
2 hrs

Number of participants minimum and maximum
max 30

Deliverer
Kier Construction / Whitehead’s

Cost
This course is free for eligible individuals and companies working in construction and its supply network.

Grant
CITB registered companies may be eligible for grant aid