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Multi-Skilling, Maintenance Best Practice, Engineering Training, Reliability, Maintenance Planning, Mechanical and Electrical Skills – Achieve your full potential with MCP’s City and Guilds accredited courses.

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Mechanical to Electrical Part 2 in Reading – course full

Monday 8th Feb 2016

The Mechanical to Electrical Course Part 2 of the programme is designed for people who have completed the Part 1 or have some basic understanding of electrical systems. Course Content Health and Safety Isolation procedure Relevant parts of BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations and Electricity at Work Regulations Cables/systems: further termination of a range of single[.....]» View Course
Mechanical to Electrical Part 1 in Reading – Course full

Monday 15th Feb 2016

The Mechanical to Electrical Skills Part 1 is designed for technicians who have no previous electrical background, to enable them to work on specific electrical tasks competently and safely. Course content: Health and Safety Relevant parts of BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations and Electricity at Work Regulations Emergency isolation BSEN:60617 symbols Methods of protection including fuses, circuit[.....]» View Course
City and Guilds Mechanical Maintenance Skills Part 2 in Reading

Monday 22nd Feb 2016

MCP’s City and Guilds accredited Mechanical Maintenance Skills Course Part 2 is designed for delegates who need to extend their mechanical competence and have attended Part 1 of the programme. On successful completion delegates will receive a City and Guilds 2273 accredited certificate. Course Content Health and Safety relevant to mechanical tasks Power transmissions toothed[.....]» View Course
Logical Approach to Fault Finding in Reading

Monday 29th Feb 2016

Why MCP’s Logical Approach to Fault Finding training course will provide technicians with the confidence and ability to identify and fix common faults, reducing downtime.  On completion of this course delegates will quickly identify the root cause of a fault, using recognised methodologies that provide a logical thought process to common equipment failures. What MCP’s[.....]» View Course
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling in Solihull

Tuesday 1st Mar 2016

MCP’s Maintenance Planning and Scheduling 2 day training course is designed for anyone responsible for planning work within a maintenance environment. It provides the basis for implementing effective and efficient work planning. All aspects of work management are covered: Planned maintenance Corrective / repairs / refurbishment Maintenance projects On completion of the course delegates will[.....]» View Course
Asset Management Tools and Techniques in Reading

Monday 7th Mar 2016

Who Technicians and supervisors who need a good appreciation of asset management tools and techniques, linked to a City and Guilds certificate. Why The main objective of the Asset Management Tools and Techniques 3 day Training Course is to provide each delegate with a thorough understanding of the basic elements involved in asset management. At[.....]» View Course
Mechanical to Electrical Part 1 in Derby

Monday 7th Mar 2016

The Mechanical to Electrical Skills Part 1 is designed for technicians who have no previous electrical background, to enable them to work on specific electrical tasks competently and safely. Course content: Health and Safety Relevant parts of BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations and Electricity at Work Regulations Emergency isolation BSEN:60617 symbols Methods of protection including fuses, circuit[.....]» View Course
MROM – Spares and Materials Management Workshop in Reading

Thursday 10th Mar 2016

The City and Guilds Accredited Maintenance, Repair and Operating Materials (MROM) will help managers with responsibility for spares and materials improve the use and cost of spare parts. They will be able to do this by ensuring inventory is kept to a minimum and understanding that turning over quickly is a key feature of cost[.....]» View Course
Mechanical to Electrical Part 3 in Reading – course full

Monday 14th Mar 2016

Part 3 of the Mechanical to Electrical programme is designed for people who have completed the Mechanical to Electrical Conversion Programme parts 1 and 2. On successful completion of the course delegates will receive a City and Guilds 6394-02. Course Content Health and Safety Relevant parts of BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations and Electricity at Work[.....]» View Course
Control & Instrumentation Part 2 in Reading

Monday 21st Mar 2016

Course Aims MCP’s Control and Instrumentation Training Course is designed for delegates who have attended Part 1 of the programme. It gives engineers practical skills and knowledge to undertake a number of industrial control tasks. Control & Instrumentation Training Course Content Delegates will build on the previous  module’s content by understanding: Instrument interfacing using signal[.....]» View Course
Mechanical to Electrical Part 2 in Reading

Tuesday 29th Mar 2016

The Mechanical to Electrical Course Part 2 of the programme is designed for people who have completed the Part 1 or have some basic understanding of electrical systems. Course Content Health and Safety Isolation procedure Relevant parts of BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations and Electricity at Work Regulations Cables/systems: further termination of a range of single[.....]» View Course
Mechanical to Electrical Part 1 in Reading

Monday 4th Apr 2016

The Mechanical to Electrical Skills Part 1 is designed for technicians who have no previous electrical background, to enable them to work on specific electrical tasks competently and safely. Course content: Health and Safety Relevant parts of BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations and Electricity at Work Regulations Emergency isolation BSEN:60617 symbols Methods of protection including fuses, circuit[.....]» View Course
Inspection, Test & Condition Reporting of Electrical Installations in Slough

Monday 4th Apr 2016

BS 7671 – City and Guilds 2395 Level 3 Who should attend MCP’s City & Guilds 2395 Test & Inspection Course The course is designed for technicians and maintenance teams who possess current BS 7671 knowledge and the 17th Edition qualification. The course has been developed around the IET (Institute of Engineering Technology) standards and[.....]» View Course
Mechanical to Electrical Part 3 in Reading

Monday 11th Apr 2016

Part 3 of the Mechanical to Electrical programme is designed for people who have completed the Mechanical to Electrical Conversion Programme parts 1 and 2. On successful completion of the course delegates will receive a City and Guilds 6394-02. Course Content Health and Safety Relevant parts of BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations and Electricity at Work[.....]» View Course
Mechanical to Electrical Part 4 in Reading – course full

Monday 18th Apr 2016

The Mechanical to Electrical Course Part 4 is for technicians who have completed Modules 1, 2 and 3 of the Mechanical to Electrical programme.  The course will put the knowledge and skills gained in previous modules to good use within the workplace.  Technicians will now feel confident and have the primary skills to be able to[.....]» View Course
BS 7671 – 17th Edition Full Course in Reading

Monday 25th Apr 2016

The 17th Edition Full Course is designed for delegates who need to be conversant with the latest edition and amendments to the wiring regulations (including amendment 3). On successful completion, delegates will be able to: Explain the fundamental requirements of BS 7671 Demonstrate the application of the regulations Identify the requirements of the special regulations[.....]» View Course
The New Engineering Manager/ Supervisor in Solihull

Monday 25th Apr 2016

Who The new Engineering Manager/ Supervisor Course from MCP is for people who are new to the role of engineering supervisor or manager. Why To equip the delegates with a good introductory knowledge of the expectations and requirements of the engineering supervisor/ manager role. What The course will focus on: Roles and responsibilities of a[.....]» View Course
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