This core training module is designed for persons whose work will involve the construction, renewal, enhancement and modification of OLE in accordance with design drawings and specifications.
To develop the person's ability to carry out construction, renewal, enhancement and modification of OLE in accordance with design drawings and specifications.
The candidate must:
- Have completed the OLEC2 training course, been assessed competent in OLEC2 and have gathered sufficient evidence of undertaking a range of basic OLE construction activities under direction, or
- Possess sufficient validated experience in lieu of formal OLEC2 training, in which case they must undergo and pass the OLEC2 theory assessment (administered by an approved training provider).
At the end of the core training the delegate will be able to:
- Explain the operating principles of both the 'classic' and 'autotransformer' OLE systems
- Describe / explain the functions of the main component parts of the OLE systems
- Identify and explain the hazards associated with OLE construction activities
- Explain the requirements for working safely at all times in compliance with Health and Safety and other relevant regulations and guidelines
- Explain the limits of their own authority
- Explain the management and quality control requirements for OLE construction materials
- Demonstrate an ability to correctly read and interpret design drawings used in OLE construction
- Demonstrate an ability to complete selected OLE construction activities in accordance with design drawings, work instructions and specifications
- Explain recording, reporting and escalation requirements
- Explain the quality assurance requirements for their work.
The learner shall be required to attend equipment / system-specific formal training events and on-site development activities designed / developed by individual companies in order to further develop their ability to meet the competence requirements of one or more elements of OLEC3.