What do I need to know for the electrical trade test?

What do I need to know for the electrical trade test?

Electrical Trade Test Preparation

  • INSPECTION AND TESTING. Installation test – single/three phase.
  • INSTALLATION WORK. Combination of steel, PVC conduit, surflex, trunking, flexible conduit and armoured cable.
  • FAULT FINDING. 3-phase star/delta.
  • MOTOR AND STARTER. Auto star / delta.
  • PANEL WIRING. Metering (energy meters 1ph / 3ph)

What does a trade test consist of?

The Trade Test is a test of your knowledge, skills and competence in especially Artisan occupations. It involves theoretical and practical demonstration of knowledge and skill.

How long is a trade test?

The course can be done either full time or part time. The full time course is four weeks long, while the part time course is 6 Weekends long. Please refer to Electrical Trade Test Preparation for more details regarding the schedule.

What can I expect from the electrical trade test?

Tracing and locating of faults on various star/delta motor starters (various manufacturers). Tracing and locating of faults on various auto-transformer starters. Tracing and locating of faults on various resistance starters. Visual inspection and electrical testing of single- and three-phase motors.

How much is electrical trade test South Africa?

The electrical trade test price is R3500 in Johannesburg or Pretoria and R4500 in Cape Town. The electrical trade preparation course is +- 15 workdays and includes your ARPL. Your final test is conducted over 2 workdays. You must pass all 5 modules and have 3 chances to do your trade test.

How do you write a trade test?

What are the requirements for writing the trade test?

  1. N2 Certificate including the four relevant subjects of maths, engineering science and a fourth subject as required by the trade; or.
  2. Technical trade theory programs quality assured by a SETA deemed to be equivalent to NQF level 3; or.

What is electrical trade qualification?

Electrical trade generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism TRADE TEST QUALIFICATION – On the completion of this qualification, a successful candidate can obtain a trade test qualification in industry.

How much does it cost to write a trade test in South Africa?

The electrical trade test preparation course, ARPL, and trade test require 15 to 17 workdays. The all-inclusive cost is R12 500 in Pretoria and R14 500 in Cape Town.

Is the Olifantsfontein trade test preparation a beginner course?

Keep in mind, however, that the trade test preparation Olifantsfontein shouldn’t be viewed as a beginners course, since it only covers the subjects for the actual trade test. It’s because of this that we have set out minimum requirements for applicants who wish to apply for our trade test preparation training.

Why choose this Olifantsfontein-based electrical training centre?

This Olifantsfontein-based electrical training centre was founded in 2003 after realizing the need for Electrical Training that is appropriate, on target and scheduled to suite the individual’s needs.

What is the trade test centre?

We are an accredited (QCTO) Trade Test Centre for plumbing and electrical. The Trade examination is based on all practical modules, which requires each installation to be completed on step by step methods.

When are the fees payable for our trade test preparation training?

All fees are payable prior to the first day of training. If you would like to learn more about our trade test preparation training in Olifantsfontein, or would like to discuss what it can do for your career, contact us today. We look forward to welcoming you on board. Please note that Training Fees are payable prior to the first day of training.