The risks and potential consequences of an electrical incident involving high voltage are significantly higher than low voltage due to the much higher quantities of energy involved. This justifies stringent safety designs and operating procedures to prevent injury to persons and major damage to electrical installations and buildings
Electrical Thermography is the most widely performed application of IRT (Infra-Red Thermography). It is used veirtually around the world to evaluate the condition of electrical systems and equipment. When an electrical system is energized, current passes through the entire system, a by product of this current flow is heat.
This course aims to provide delegates with the necessary practical and theoretic knowledge to enable them to effectively carry out the inspection and testing of street lighting. You will learn about new technologies like LED roadway lighting and gain hands-on experience as you solve practical Street lighting examples problems.
The early detection of incipient faults in transformers is extremely cost effective by reducing unplanned outages. The most sensitive and reliable technique used for evaluating the health of oil filled electrical equipment is dissolved gas analysis (DGA)
Tendering is the process of making an offer, bid or proposal, or expressing interest in response to an invitation or request for tender. Organizations will seek other businesses to respond to a particular need, such as the supply of goods and services, and will select an offer or tender that meets their needs and provides the best value for money.
Dispute resolution covers a range of choices, from negotiating a solution to going to court. This KITC course has two focus areas. The first is to enable practitioners develop a detailed understanding of the legal and organizational framework within which construction contracts take place.
The marketing thrust is achieved through teleselling the course programmes to the various individuals and institutions bearing the target audience. We operate on a contractual basis with training centres as we market their training and skills development products. Our contractual obligation is to protect the courses of our customers who in their own right are competitors amongst themselves.
Our main strength is our ability to penetrate new markets and identify the candidates for the training programme available.In an event where KITC is appoached by a client in quest for a training program unavailable in our product spectrum, our production team will research for a high quality training material and tailor make it to suit their needs as well as adding value to their future skills. KITC boasts of extensive experience in the field of project management, sales&markerting which dates back to 2004, with the directors acquiring expertise through working in other training companies.