Working, unemployed workers
Mr. Emilio Torres: Industrial Organization Engineer and Industrial Technical Engineer, specializing in Industrial Electronics. He is a collaborating consultant for the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). He was an associate professor at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and a self-employed industrial organization consultant. For 6 years he worked at Feber as assistant to the production manager and as head of internal logistics. He has been a Technical Professor of Vocational Training in the specialty of Electrotechnical Installations since 2004, teaching Industrial Automation, Domotic Installations and Interior Installations modules in vocational training cycles. He is also a regular teacher in the industrial field, providing both customized training and open courses for workers and the unemployed.
Mr. José Carlos Torregrosa Giménez: Industrial Technical Engineer, specializing in Industrial Electronics (EPSA), Master’s Degree in Occupational Risk Prevention, specializing in occupational safety and Pedagogical Aptitude Course (CAP). Since 1995, he has been responsible for industrial maintenance in various sectors. Since 1998, he has complemented his professional experience with teaching in different public and private training centers, giving technical courses for LABORA, individuals and companies.
– Identify the material and be able to interpret basic diagrams for the assembly of electrical equipment.
– To know the key concepts of electricity and industrial electrical installations.
– To know key notions of the operation of electric motors.
1.- Industrial electrical installations
-Key concepts of electricity: Electric current: direct and alternating / Electrical circuit / Fundamental electrical quantities. Ohm’s Law / Measuring devices.
– Standardized symbology: electrical, pneumatics and hydraulics
– Protections of the installations: Against overcurrents / Against contacts / Against overvoltages.
– The power triangle in alternating current / The power factor and its correction.
– Electrical standards and regulations
– Types of industrial installations
– Identification and preparation of elements and materials for the assembly of electrical equipment.
– Fastening and clamping techniques
– Planning and assembly of basic electrical circuits
2.- Electric motors. Key notions for the performance of auxiliary tasks
– Classification of engines
– Three-phase motors. Introduction and characteristics (electrical and mechanical)
– Three-phase asynchronous motors (generalities, principle of operation, connections…)
– Practical exercises with motors: Connection of a motor in direct start (star connection). Voltage measurements / Connection of a motor in direct start (delta connection). Voltage measurements
3.- Industrial electricity in the company 4.0. Innovation and connectivity
4.- Risk prevention in industrial electrical installations: basic concepts on occupational health and safety, general risks and their prevention, emergency and evacuation actions, electrical risks, special risk situations and prevention measures.
5.- Basic aspects of quality control for auxiliary activities of assembly and maintenance of industrial electrical installations.
AIJU associates/unemployed: 780 euros; 2nd assistant and following from the same company: 624 euros.
Not associated with AIJU: 936 euros; 2nd assistant and following from the same company: 780 euros.
Once your application has been accepted, AIJU will inform you when payment is due.
IMPORTANT: The pre-enrollment application is also a commitment to pay in case of being admitted to the training action. Cancellations with the right to a refund or cancellation of payment will only be accepted if they are communicated to AIJU at least 5 working days before the start date. Once the student’s place has been confirmed, if he/she does not attend the course and does not notify it, he/she will be charged the full amount of the course.
* BONUS COURSES: the amount of this course can be subsidized if it is requested to FUNDAE. Management of the free bonus by AIJU. Contact us.