This course is designed to provide the knowledge of the various types of electrical diagrams used in the industry, and to develop the skills necessary to read, draw, and interpret these diagrams.
With a basic grasp on understanding electrical diagrams, technicians and engineers are able to develop a logical pattern of troubleshooting that can aid in the successful analysis of systems.
Diagram analysis for troubleshooting electrical systems will be practiced. After completing this course, the trainee will possess a professional knowledge of different types of drawings, and diagrams, how to interpret them accurately and understand their purpose and flow.
- History of Electrical Blueprints
- Computer Aided Drawing and Design
- Purpose of Electrical Diagrams
- Blueprint Page Layout
- Drawings – relevance to engineering
- Introduction to basic electrical drawings
- Standards & their necessity
- Drawings in plant engineering
- Manufacturing organization
- Typical engineering drawing & its parts
» Symbols And Terms
- Symbols and abbreviations
- Device Numbers
Types Of Diagrams
- Block, Wiring, Logic, Pictorial, Riser, IC Diagram.
- Construction wiring diagram
- Site plans (Plan view)
- Three-line diagrams
- Interconnect wiring diagrams
- Diagram scales
- Schematics Circuit Diagram
- Single Line Diagram or One-line Diagram
- Electrical Floor Plan
- Logic Diagrams
Anyone who works on or near power generation, transmission, or distribution systems should attend this course. Additionally,
supervisors, managers, safety personnel, and those responsible for ensuring a safe work environment should attend this course.
Engineers and Technicians who are involved in the Process Industry and other allied industries who are responsible for the
electrical power systems and electrical equipment also need the knowledge of electrical drawings to effectively carry out their
- Draw detailed electrical diagrams of circuits and wiring diagrams/schedules, block diagrams,
- Schematics, panel/board layouts, assembly and installation drawings, modification drawings, and conversion between drawing types
- Identify components and materials from supplier/manufacturer’s catalogues
- Design detailed electrical drawings
- Draw sets professionally
- Draft robust documentation
- Produce final drafts for verification
- Be able to handle critical issues as a result of increased troubleshooting competence borne out of improved
electrical diagram interpretation acumen.
- Utilize our case study sessions to gain practical knowledge that will give you an edge on the field.