Training

Manufacturers are required to work to maximum capacity or risk losing their market share in today's fast-paced, competitive marketplace.  For a plant to achieve full potential its technical staff need to possess and apply high levels of mechanical, electrical, fabrication and other specialist competences.

If you cannot find the training information you require by searching our course outlines or downloading our Course Calendar then please contact us on 024 7663 0333 / enquiries@mgts.co.uk

Bookings & Payments

Open courses may be booked online by clicking 'Apply Now' on your chosen course and completing the Training Enquiry Form; by emailing bookings@mgts.co.uk / kendrick@mgts.co.uk or by calling 024 7663 0333. We will require purchaser contact details and candidate details including any particular dietary requirements. Bookings must be confirmed with a purchase order prior to the delivery of the training or assessment event. New customers will be required to complete a new customer account form to enable us to set up a credit account. Payment by BACS is supported and MGTS will provide account details on request. Customers will be invoiced on completion of the event and standard terms are 30 days unless agreed in advance. Payment by credit card is accepted on booking or at commencement of the event by prior agreement.

Cancellation Policy

Where courses are under subscribed MGTS may cancel or re-arrange a course at their discretion. Customers will be notified no later than 10 working days prior to the planned commencement date. MGTS accepts customer cancellations without charge up to 7 days prior to commencement of training. Cancellation less than 7 days will incur a 50% course fee. Transfers to alternative course dates will not incur any additional charge to the customer.

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    TIG Welding

    Who should participate?

    Experienced welders who require updating and also personnel who require an introduction to the welding process.

     

    Programme Benefits

    By the end of the programme participants will be able to:

    Understand of the correct use of the associated welding equipment

    Understand the hazards associated with the process and the control measures required

    Apply practical skills on a wide variety of applications including company specific applications

    Each course delegate will receive a training record detailing the competences achieved during the course which is signed by both the Candidate and Tutor

     

    Certification:

    Welder approval certification is available upon request (BS4872 : part 1 & 2, EN287/ASME).

     

    The programme will cover:

    Relevant Statutory Regulations

    Introduction and Safe Working Practices

    Principles of the GTAW Welding Process

    Current Selection

    Electrode Selection and Preparation

    Gas Regulation and Flow Settings

    Gas Types and Applications

    Correct welding procedure including Arc Ignition

    Types of Joints and Welding Positions

    Inspection of Welded Joints

    Fault Recognition

    Practical exercises covering a variety of common joint configurations, welding positions and material thicknesses.

     

    The above covers the common core skills required to utilise the GTAW process safely and correctly.

     

    Courses will be tailored to suit individual company requirements and where possible utilise company specific components.

     

    Duration:

    1 day theory plus practical days to be determined.


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    Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMA)

    Who should participate?

    Experienced welders who require updating and also personnel who require an introduction to the welding process.


    Programme Benefits

    By the end of the programme participants will be able to:

    Understand of the correct use of the associated welding equipment

    Understand the hazards associated with the process and the control measures required

    Apply practical skills on a wide variety of applications including company specific applications

    Each course delegate will receive a training record detailing the competences achieved during the course which is signed by both the Candidate and Tutor



    Certification:

    Welder approval certification is available upon request (BS4872 : part 1 & 2, EN287/ASME).


    The programme will cover:

    Relevant Statutory Regulations

    Introduction and Safe Working Practices

    Principles of the MMA Welding Process

    Types of MMA electrodes

    Voltage, Current and Electrode Selection

    Correct Welding Procedures and Techniques

    Types of Joints and Welding Positions

    Inspection of Welded Joints

    Fault Recognition

    Practical exercises covering a variety of common joint configurations, welding positions and material thicknesses.

    The above covers the common core skills required to utilise the MMA process safely and correctly.

    Courses will be tailored to suit individual company requirements and where possible utilise company specific components.


    Duration:

    1 day theory plus practical days to be determined




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    18th Edition Wiring Regulations

    British Standard BS 7671 "Requirements for Electrical Installations. IET Wiring Regulations" is the national standard in the United Kingdom for electrical installation and the safety of electrical wiring in domestic, commercial, industrial, and other buildings, also in special installations and locations, such as marinas or caravan parks.

    The new version, 18th edition, will be issued in July 2018 with electrical contractors and electricians given a six month transition period to get up to date with the changes. For more information please visit the City & Guilds website: https://www.cityandguilds.com/qualifications-and-apprenticeships/building-services-industry/18th-edition?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIw5ahy43d2wIVArDtCh0jNACwEAAYAiAAEgJ8P_D_BwE

    If you would like to register your interest in taking part in this course, please send us an enquiry (enquiries@mgts.co.uk) and we will email you confirming the course details as soon as they become available.


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    Introduction to Siemens PLC



    Tia Portal - V13 Siemens S7


    WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE:

    Maintenance engineers who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of PLCs integrated into electrical control systems

     

    PROGRAMME BENEFITS:

     By the end of the programme, participants should be able to:

    • Work safely on modern industrial electrical / electronic equipment

    • Understand how PLCs are incorporated in modern automated systems

    • Interpret ladder logic programmes

    • Identify, understand and deal with faults from PLC driven circuits


    THE PROGRAMME WILL COVER:

     

    Day 1 

    Day 2

    Day 3


    ·        Identification of the
    PLC hardware

    ·        How to navigate through
    the programming package

    ·        How to communicate to
    the PLC

    ·        Understanding physical I/O

    ·        Creating I/O tags and watch

    ·        Interpreting bit instructions

    ·        Understanding the ladder logic structure



    ·        Interpreting timer
    instructions

    ·        Interpreting counter instructions

    ·       Downloading and uploading programmes

    ·       Forcing and toggling I/O

    ·       Understanding the online programme edits

    ·       Troubleshooting digital I/O

    ·       Fault finding on PLC driven circuits




    ·       Scaling analogue inputs from a range of sensors

    ·        Interpret scaled values to control outputs

    ·       Create programmes to speed control ac motors via an inverter


     Delegates will gain knowledge and experience through ‘hands on’ practice as well as discussion and demonstrations.

     

    ASSESSMENT:

     Internal written and practical assessment

     

    DURATION:

     3 days



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    Introduction to Allen Bradley PLC



    STUDIO 5000 - Logix Designer


    WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE:

    Maintenance engineers who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of PLCs integrated into electrical control systems

     

    PROGRAMME BENEFITS:

     By the end of the programme, participants should be able to:

    • Work safely on modern industrial electrical / electronic equipment

    • Understand how PLCs are incorporated in modern automated systems

    • Interpret ladder logic programmes

    • Identify, understand and deal with faults from PLC driven circuits


    THE PROGRAMME WILL COVER:

     

    Day 1 

    Day 2

    Day 3


    ·        Identification of the
    PLC hardware

    ·        How to navigate through
    the programming package

    ·        How to communicate to
    the PLC

    ·        Understanding physical I/O

    ·        Creating I/O tags and watch

    ·        Interpreting bit instructions

    ·        Understanding the ladder logic structure



    ·        Interpreting timer
    instructions

    ·        Interpreting counter instructions

    ·       Downloading and uploading programmes

    ·       Forcing and toggling I/O

    ·       Understanding the online programme edits

    ·       Troubleshooting digital I/O

    ·       Fault finding on PLC driven circuits




    ·       Scaling analogue inputs from a range of sensors

    ·        Interpret scaled values to control outputs

    ·       Create programmes to speed control ac motors via an inverter


     Delegates will gain knowledge and experience through ‘hands on’ practice as well as discussion and demonstrations.

     

    ASSESSMENT:

     Internal written and practical assessment

     

    DURATION:

     3 days



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    Site Electrical Duty Holder

    WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE:

     

    It is the responsibility of every employer to ensure that appropriate procedures are in place for serious and imminent danger in the workplace with respect to electricity, a competent person shall be nominated to implement the electrical procedures, that person is the ‘Electrical Duty Holder’

     

    THE PROGRAMME WILL COVER:

     

    Outline of Health & Safety Legislation

    HASAWA – outline

    Electricity at Work Regulations

    PUWER

    Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulation

    Explanation of the Relevance of BS 7671:2008 [ACOP]  


    Responsibilities of Duty Holders

    Safe Working Systems

    Training and Supervision of Staff

    Producing Maintenance, Inspection and Testing Programmes

    Ensuring Electrical Equipment is Fit for Purpose

    Ensuring Adequate Working Space Access and Lighting Levels

    Provision of Information Necessary to Avoid Dangers

    Supervision of Contractors and Sub-Contractors



    PUWER

    Regulation 8 – Information and Instructions


    MHSWR

    Regulation 14 – Employee’s Duties


    Electricity at Work Regulations

    Regulation 3 – Employer and Employee Duties

    Regulation 4 – System Construction Maintenance, Work Activity and Protective Equipment

    Regulation 5 – Strength and Capability

    Regulation 6 – Adverse / Hazardous Environment

    Regulations 7 and 8 – Shock Protection

    Regulation 10 – Connections

    Regulation 11 – Overcurrent Protection

    Regulation 12 – Isolation

    Regulation 13 – Work on Equipment Made Dead

    Regulation 14 – Work on Live Equipment

    Regulation 15 – Workspace Access and Lighting

    Regulation 16 – Competence


    BS 7671:2008 Significance:

    Fixed Wiring

    Additions and Alterations

    Initial Verification

    Periodic Inspection and Testing 


    Contractors

    Duty Holder’s Responsibilities to Contractors

    Contractors – Safe Working Practice


 
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