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  1. Niko96

    Niko96 New EF Member

    Hi everyone,

    I work for one of the leading Lifts and escalators manufacturers. Mechanically im qualified up to HNC level 4 in engineering. Im looking to improve my electrical knowledge, Im trying to find a course that will include the basics such as reading drawings, fault diagnosis.

    If anyone can help id be very grateful.

    Thank you
  2. telectrix

    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    should your employer not be responsible for sorting out any training you need to do your assigned workload?
    • Agree Agree x 2
  3. Spoon

    Spoon Trusted Advisor

    Welcome to the forum mate.
    I'm with @telectrix@telectrix on this.
    Your 'leading Lifts and escalators manufacturer' should know which is the best course for you to go on.
  4. Rob

    Rob Trusted Advisor

    North west
    As far as I am aware there are no course in fault finding. This is gained by experience only and understanding how it should be installed correctly in the first place.

    As for reading drawings, if your capable of learning to a level 4 standard, you should be able to teach yourself how to read electrical drawings from information available online. I only say this as I don't know if there are any courses that just teach how to read drawings.
  5. Pete999

    Pete999 Trusted Advisor

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    Gday Tel
  6. Niko96

    Niko96 New EF Member

    Thanks for all the responses, the only problem is i want to do the course of my own back, this is due to being tied down for another 3 years if i go through the company.

    Have you guys got any suggestions for any good books to order ?
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