Electrical Machines - Operations and Maintenance.
About the Training Course
Improve electrical machine maintenance in your business by training staff in common standard inspection, test and maintenance procedures. This training includes classroom presentations consisting of 4 modules over 8 hours.
The following topics will be covered during this training;
• Electrical machine design and assembly
• Failure mechanisms common to stator windings
• Electrical test descriptions, selection and interpretation
• Visual inspection - what to look for?
• Stator core inspection and wedge surveys
• Safety hazards in undertaking visual inspections
• Practical application of test and visual inspection procedures
• Inspection reporting
Upon completion of this training, participants will have an option to participate in an online multiple choice examination within one week of the training. A certificate of attendance will be presented to all attendees.
Perth - 22nd Februaty
Novotel Perth Langley
Townsville - 13th March
Rydges Southbank Townsville
Darwin - 26th June
Darwin Novotel Atrium
Mt Isa - 11th July
ibis Styles Mount Isa
Gladstone - 7th August
Who should attend: Engineering and maintenance personnel who purchase, install, test, maintain and/or repair motors and generators.
Mike Davis is an Electrical Engineer with over 45 years’ experience in electrical rotating equipment, essentially centred on the repair, redesign and maintenance of electrical rotating plant.
He has developed an intense academic interest in machine failure mechanisms and root cause analysis of electrical machinery failure, and has presented papers throughout Australia, New Zealand, United States of America, South East Asia and South Africa.
Over the last 25 years Mike has developed tailored machines training courses which have been presented to end users in USA, NZ, Australia, South Africa, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia.
Mike has been actively involved in several Australian Standard committees and also undertaken a statutory role as an accredited assessing authority for the New South Wales Department of Minerals and Energy.