4 - 7 December, 2017

Mechanical Maintenance Skills – Part 1

To gain hands-on practical experience in order to improve delegates’ mechanical skills, enabling them to successfully multi-skill in a variety of specialist areas involving pulleys/belts, sprockets/chains, bearings and pumps.

11 - 14 December, 2017

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 4

Building on the 16 practical competencies from the previous 3 parts of MCP’s mechanical to electrical conversion, Part 4 continues with fault finding and introduces programmable controllers.

8 - 11 January, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 2

Technicians who have completed Part 1 of the mechanical to electrical programme, or have some basic understanding of electrical systems.

8 - 11 January, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 2

Technicians who have completed Part 1 of the mechanical to electrical programme, or have some basic understanding of electrical systems.

22 - 25 January, 2018

Control & Instrumentation – Part 1

To bring engineers rapidly up to speed with the fundamental principles of industrial control instrumentation so they can make a positive contribution to operational effectiveness. This module gives technicians the practical skills and theoretical knowledge to undertake a number of industrial control...

29 January - 1 February, 2018

Mechanical Maintenance Skills – Part 2

Delegates will build on skills gained in Part 1 and feel confident to build upon their ability to diagnose and fix routine mechanical faults. Successful completion of this training course will mean they candidate has passed a range of practical competence assessments and a written assessment coveri...

29 January - 1 February, 2018

Maintenance Best Practice

MCP’s popular City & Guilds accredited Maintenance Best Practice interactive workshop provides an excellent understanding of the principles of effective maintenance. Companies increasingly need to make asset management a key part of the culture in order to remain cost competitive in their ope...

5 - 8 February, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 1

This 16-day programme is designed for technicians who have no previous electrical background, to enable them to perform high frequency, low risk, first-line electrical maintenance tasks including safe isolation, replacement and testing of a range of common electrical devices (motors, sensors, contac...

12 - 15 February, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 3

To build confidence in fault finding and fixing within a wide range of electrical systems. Technicians will build on their electrical knowledge gained in previous modules so they can understand how to read drawings, successfully find faults and how to test and connect control devices.  

19 - 23 February, 2018

Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Certificate

The 5-day course is delivered as public workshops and onsite. It discusses the core concepts and the practical applications in a highly interactive manner. This course is suitable for those with some experience of asset management (they may have some specific maintenance experience, but little know...

26 February - 1 March, 2018

Control & Instrumentation – Part 2

To give engineers practical skills and theoretical knowledge to undertake a number of industrial control tasks, which further build operational effectiveness levels in the workplace. Delegates will build on the previous module’s content by understanding: Instrument interfacing using signal condi...

5 - 8 March, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 2

Technicians who have completed Part 1 of the mechanical to electrical programme, or have some basic understanding of electrical systems.

12 - 15 March, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 4

Building on the 16 practical competencies from the previous 3 parts of MCP’s mechanical to electrical conversion, Part 4 continues with fault finding and introduces programmable controllers.

19 - 22 March, 2018

Mechanical Maintenance Skills – Part 1

To gain hands-on practical experience in order to improve delegates’ mechanical skills, enabling them to successfully multi-skill in a variety of specialist areas involving pulleys/belts, sprockets/chains, bearings and pumps.

9 - 12 April, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 3

To build confidence in fault finding and fixing within a wide range of electrical systems. Technicians will build on their electrical knowledge gained in previous modules so they can understand how to read drawings, successfully find faults and how to test and connect control devices.  

23 - 26 April, 2018

Mechanical Maintenance Skills – Part 2

Delegates will build on skills gained in Part 1 and feel confident to build upon their ability to diagnose and fix routine mechanical faults. Successful completion of this training course will mean they candidate has passed a range of practical competence assessments and a written assessment coveri...

14 - 17 May, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 4

Building on the 16 practical competencies from the previous 3 parts of MCP’s mechanical to electrical conversion, Part 4 continues with fault finding and introduces programmable controllers.