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Maintenance Engineering EAL SVQ Level 3

These Level 3 SVQs are work based qualifications that are suitable for people working in an engineering environment.  These courses are suitable for ALL ages from young apprentices (16 – 19) to mature semi-skilled employees.  The learner meets with his assessor usually on a monthly basis and submits logs (personal statements) as well as answer unit knowledge questions to the assessor.  The work can also be submitted electronically, if this is more desirable.   The learner has to build a portfolio of evidence to obtain the qualification and assure his employer and future employers his/her competence in the industry.

The programme normally takes from about 12 months to 2 years to complete, depending on the experience and work ethics of the learner.  The assessor will also observe the learner in the workplace and .

What subjects will I study?

Subject studied will include:

• Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements.
• Reading and using engineering drawings and specifications.
• Working efficiently and effectively in engineering.

Other units will be set into a qualification pathway to suit the needs of the student and the employer, as detailed below.

How will I be assessed?

The SVQ is assessed on practical work in the work place and a portfolio of work. It also includes questioning to show an underpinning knowledge of engineering work, and is assessed by a trained assessor coming into your working environment and assessing you on real installations that you are working on.

For apprentices or semi skilled workers this programme/training gives the complete coverage of hands on practical assessments making a competent and highly skilled worker

How long is the course?

The SVQ is work-based and is designed to reflect the skills and knowledge of people who work in the engineering industry. The qualification is taken over 12-24 months depending on each individual.

EAL Level 3 SVQ Engineering Maintenance programmes

SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Mechanical) SCQF Level 6: GC8Y 23

Engineering Maintenance (Mechanical)

Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:
SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: BOTH of the following must be completed:
SENM3/005 Carrying out fault diagnosis on mechanical equipment
SENM3/006 Maintaining mechanical equipment

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/007Restoring mechanical components to usable condition by repair
SENM3/008 Producing replacement components for maintenance activities
SENM3/009 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on mechanical equipment
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment
SENM3/080 Assisting in the installation of mechanical equipment

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Electrical) SCQF Level 6: GC90 23

Engineering Maintenance (Electrical)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: All of the following must be completed:
SENM3/011 Carrying out fault diagnosis on electrical equipment and circuits
SENM3/012 Maintaining electrical equipment
SENM3/013 Modifying or rewiring electrical circuits

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/014 Testing electrical equipment and circuits
SENM3/015 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on electrical equipment
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment
SENM3/081 Assisting in the installation of electrical/electronic equipment

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Electronic) SCQF Level 6: GC91 23

Engineering Maintenance (Electronic)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: All of the following must be completed:
SENM3/016 Carrying out fault diagnosis on electronic equipment and circuits
SENM3/017 Testing electronic equipment and circuits
SENM3/018 Repairing electronic equipment

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Fluid power) SCQF Level 6: GC92 23

Engineering Maintenance (Fluid Power)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Select both of the following:
SENM3/019 Carrying out fault diagnosis on fluid power equipment and circuits
SENM3/020 Maintaining fluid power equipment

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/021 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on fluid power equipment
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment
SENM3/022 Testing fluid power equipment and systems

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Engineered Systems) SCQF Level 6: GC93 23

Engineering Maintenance (Engineered Systems)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Must complete the following:
SENM3/023 Carrying out fault diagnosis on engineered systems

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/024 Maintaining mechanical equipment within an engineered system
SENM3/025 Maintaining electrical equipment within an engineered system
SENM3/026 Maintaining fluid power equipment within an engineered system
SENM3/027 Maintaining process controller equipment within an engineered system

Plus one more from the following:
SENM3/028 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on engineered systems
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Services Maintenance) SCQF Level 6: GC94 23

Engineering Maintenance (Engineered Systems)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Must complete the following:
SENM3/023 Carrying out fault diagnosis on engineered systems

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/024 Maintaining mechanical equipment within an engineered system
SENM3/025 Maintaining electrical equipment within an engineered system
SENM3/026 Maintaining fluid power equipment within an engineered system
SENM3/027 Maintaining process controller equipment within an engineered system

Plus one more from the following:
SENM3/028 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on engineered systems
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment

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Engineering Maintenance (Services Maintenance)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Must complete both of the following:
SENM3/029 Reading and extracting information from service drawings and specifications
SENM3/030 Carrying out fault diagnosis on services and systems

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/031 Maintaining fresh water distribution systems and equipment
SENM3/032 Maintaining waste/foul water distribution systems and equipment

SENM3/033 Maintaining workplace environmental control systems
SENM3/034 Maintaining emergency power generation equipment
SENM3/035 Maintaining heating and ventilation systems
SENM3/036 Maintaining air conditioning and ventilation systems
SENM3/037 Maintaining gas distribution systems and equipment
SENM3/038 Maintaining compressed air systems and equipment
SENM3/039 Maintaining process control systems
SENM3/040 Maintaining instrumentation and control systems
SENM3/041 Maintaining industrial refrigeration equipment
SENM3/042 Maintaining environmental control equipment
SENM3/073 Maintaining medical gas pipeline systems and equipment

Plus one more from the following:
SENM3/043 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on services systems and equipment
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Lift Servicing) SCQF Level 6: GC95 23
ENG: Engineering Maintenance (Lift Servicing)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements

SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Must complete all of the following:
SENM3/044 Carrying out fault diagnosis on lifts
SENM3/045 Inspecting and servicing lift equipment
SENM3/046 Checking lift function
SENM3/047 Rectifying faults in lifts

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Lift Repair) SCQF Level 6: GC96 23

Engineering Maintenance (Lift Repair)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities

SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Must complete all of the following:
SENM3/044 Carrying out fault diagnosis on lifts
SENM3/046 Checking lift function
SENM3/047 Rectifying faults in lifts
SENM3/048 Repairing/replacing lift doors, chains, ropes and equipment

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Communication Electronics) SCQF Level 6: GC97 23

Engineering Maintenance (Communication Electronics)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Select one from the following:
SENM3/016 Carrying out fault diagnosis on electronic equipment and circuits
SENM3/053 Carrying out fault diagnosis on communication electronic systems

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/017 Testing electronic equipment and circuits

OR (But not BOTH)
SENM3/054 Testing communication-electronic systems
SENM3/018 Repairing electronic equipment

OR (But not BOTH)
SENM3/055 Repairing communication-electronic systems
SENM3/057 Modifying communication-electronic systems
SENM3/058 Configuring communication-electronic systems
SENM3/059 Installing communication-electronic systems

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Servicing Medical Equipment) SCQF Level 6: GC98 23
Engineering Maintenance (Servicing Medical Equipment)

Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:
SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Must select all of the following:
SENM3/060 Carrying out fault diagnosis on medical equipment
SENM3/061 Testing medical equipment
SENM3/062 Carrying out scheduled servicing on medical equipment
SENM3/063 Servicing cardiovascular equipment
SENM3/064 Servicing physiological monitoring and infusion equipment
SENM3/065 Servicing anaesthetic and ventilation equipment

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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Instrumentation and Control) SCQF Level 6:

Engineering Maintenance (Instrumentation and Control)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001
Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Select both of the following:
SENM3/074 Carrying out fault diagnosis on instrumentation and control equipment and circuits
SENM3/075 Maintaining instrumentation and control equipment and circuits

Plus two from the following:
SENM3/076 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on instrumentation and control equipment
SENM3/077 Repairing/overhauling instrumentation and control equipment
SENM3/078 Testing and calibrating instrumentation and control equipment and circuits

For more details on the EAL Level 3 SVQ in Engineering Maintenance (All Engineering disciplines) , please email hugo@logis-tech.co.uk or complete the form below.

Site Safety Plus

Site Safety Plus

The Site Safety Plus Scheme provides the building, civil engineering and allied industries with a framework for training and career development, for all levels of the workforce.

The Scheme recognises a natural progression, from someone new to the industry through to those responsible for managing construction work. Starting with a health and safety awareness day to prepare for the Health and Safety Test, and progressing to an intermediate level for those about to have supervisory responsibilities. There is then and an advanced level for those with management responsibilities.

The courses on offer are:

Level 4: Health and Safety in the Building Services Industry

Health and Safety in the Building Services Industry: Unit code: DP17 34

This module is part of the HNC in Building Services Engineering programme, which also lies within the construction framework. It is also delivered by distance learning.

This core Unit will introduce the candidate to a wide range of health and safety issues applicable to the Building Services Industry.

On completion of the Unit the candidate should be able to:

Define the main health and safety legislation in the building services sector
Explain the main requirements of an effective health and safety policy.
Demonstrate an understanding of hazard and risk identification in relation to the design and construction of an appropriate installation.
Undertake a risk assessment appropriate to the work area of the candidate.

vShooter

Oil & Gas Electrical Engineering Systems (Level 3)

Electrical Safety
Electrical Hazardous Area Equipment
Electric Motors
Generation, Distribution and Control of Electrical Supplies
Electrical Protection Systems

Leakshooter Videos

The Ultrasonic compressed air / gas leak detector “Leakshooter” in action.  For more details of the leakshooter.  Please go to www.leakshooter.co.uk

Accessories

The Leakshooter comes in a sturdy silver case, complete with headset, charger, USB cable plus software.

LKS1000 Case

 

 

 

 

 

Leakshooter plus standard equipment in Silver case

The Leakshooter also has a customised cover and a carry strap, which is hung around the neck. This is ideal for the user when working for long spells with the leakshooter. There is then NO possibility of dropping the leakshooter.

LKS100 Holster

 

 

 

 

Leakshooter in holster and strap (This item is now included as standard equipment)

The Flex probe is ideal when you are working in awkward areas where you have difficulty in accessing very small connectors. The flexible 400 mm sensor may be used with both function AUTO or MANUAL. The best way to find the leak is to use the flexible probe and then the camera to take a picture of your leak.

LKS Flex

The Flexprobe 

The LKS PROBE Contact probe is specifically used for steam trap and mechanical applications (worn bearings, gears, etc). The LKS contact probe can be used to check steam traps and quickly hear internal flow through steam traps and valves. With the probe it is possible to detect anomalies (permanent leak of steam for example). Once again, when the defect is detected, you can take a picture and insert it in your report.

LKS Probe

The Contact probe 

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leakshooter checking for mechanical malfunctions using the contact probe

Multi Ultrasonic Transmitter (LKS1 Dome)

  • Multi ultrasonic dome emitter for Integrity & Tightness & Sealing control of:
    •  Tank, container… (Storing liquid or gas fluids)
    • Door, window, frame, seals, … (Building applications)
    • Porthole, window, door, windshield, seals… (Aeronautic, automotive, marine/nautical…)
  • Compatible with the LEAKSHOOTER LKS 1000 leak detection camera
  • Built-in magnets for attaching to steel panelling or to a tripod
  • Visual and audible alarm for Low battery indication
  • 2x high/low power level (130-110 dB)
  • 13x Bi-ultrasonic emitter system 40 kHz for optimal results
  • 3 YEARS warranty

 

DOME3

Multi Ultrasonic Transmitter LKS 1 Dome

Technical data:

LKS DOME1 Transmitter

  • Weight: 475g
  • 13 emitters giving Omni-directional ultrasound emission
  • High Power Output: 130 dB @ 40KHz
  • Low Power Output: 100 dB @ 40KHz
  • On/Off Control
  • Built-in magnets for attaching to steel panelling or tripod
  • Power Supply: 6 x AA alkaline batteries
  • Battery Life: 25 hours of operation
  • Dimensions: 190 x 100 x 60mm (max)
    • in leather case: 220 x 120 x 80mm (max)
  • Storm proof leather case to IP66, designed to protect if dropped
  • Neck strap for hands-free use

LKS DOME1 Transmitter with stand

DOME2

Multi Ultrasonic Transmitter complete with stand

DOME1

Level 1 Health and Safety in a Construction environment

This qualification is suitable for learners wishing to develop knowledge and understanding in health and safety and is ideally suited to operators who wish to achieve the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) “Green Card” status within a construction environment.

It will prepare learners for further learning and training. It is also designed to prepare learners for employment.

Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (QCF) includes a training package to assist with the delivery to learners. The qualification is assessed by a multiple choice question paper.

Learners wishing to obtain the CSCS green operator card will still have to take the CSCS Health and Safety touch screen test.

Green Card (Industry Accreditation – Standard) who is this for?

This card is for construction operatives employed in general site work.

How is this achieved?

The card is gained through Industry Accreditation only, so applicants must be employed in general site work.

Learners must complete the Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (QCF) and pass the CS Operative Health and Safety touch-screen test. For information on booking the health and safety touch-screen test contact Logis-Tech at 00 44 141 423 6911.

How long is this valid for?

The card is valid for five years. The card is renewable upon application, providing the requirements are met.

How do I apply?

To apply or renew, use the CSCS Smart card and include:

  • Copy of the Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (QCF)
  • Letter confirming that the learner has passed the CSCS Operative Health and Safety (touch-screen) test
  • One good quality passport-size photo with a light background fixed in the box in Section A of the form
  • The application fee of £30 (current fee at the time of writing)

Who is it for?

This qualification is designed for learners who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding in health and safety in a construction environment, enabling them to work effectively and efficiently in the workplace. It also provides a route for operators wishing to achieve CSCS green card status within a construction environment.

The minimum age is 16 years.

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leakshooter LKS1000v2  Ultrasonic leak Detector Set – £225 per week + £25 carriage (UK)

EP500 Ultrasonic leak detector set

EP500 Air Leak Detector Set – £125 per week + £15 carriage (UK)

Rigger Training

Rigger Training Stage 1 (OPITO Approved) rigger Course Overview Rigging operations involve the use of lifting equipment to lift and transfer loads, often in restricted areas where a crane cannot be sited. Rigging and lifting operations are carried out by riggers and other disciplines including operations technicians, deck crew and drill crew. To ensure these operations can be carried out safely, it is vital that operatives of lifting equipment and accessories for lifting, are aware of the safe and correct use of equipment, and the probable consequences if safe and best practice is not followed. Course Structure The course is a mix of theory and practical with a bias towards practical exercises, and delegates are evaluated by means of an examination. Prerequisites None. Target Audience Personnel with a responsibility to carry out rigging and lifting operations whether routine or complex lifts. The course is also beneficial to personnel such as supervisors and HSE advisors, with a responsibility for proper planning and appropriate supervision of lifting operations, and persons with a responsibility for issue and control of lifting equipment and accessories. Course Content On completion of the course, delegates will be able to:

  • Carry out basic calculation of angles and tension
  • Define lifting operation and equipment terminology
  • Identify common unsafe practices and probable consequences
  • Identify safe, and correct use, and pre-use examination of rigging and lifting equipment
  • Plan routine lifting operations and understand requirement for non-routine/complex lift planning
  • Understand care and storage requirements
  • Understand relevant legislation applicable to lifting operations
  • Understand the requirement of lifting operation risk assessment
  • Understand basic functions and safe working practices of offshore pedestal cranes and overhead travelling cranes

Certification An OPITO-approved certificate will be issued on successful completion of the course. Revalidation To be determined by dutyholder. Items to bring Photographic ID. Health All delegates will be asked to complete a medical questionnaire prior to course commencement. Dates Courses run fortnightly. Please refer to the training calendar on the home page. Cost €795

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