Certificate II in ESI - asset inspection

This 10 day course will provide Holistic Inspectors with the knowledge and skills to be able to safely and effectively inspect Western Power assets. The course includes an insight to relevant legislation, Western Power policies and documentation, Western Power’s Network, pole top assets and dangers, pre-operational checks, site preparation and the asset inspection process, including use of the Mobile Inspector application. At the satisfactory completion of the off-the-job and on-the-job training, participants will attain UET20612 Certificate II in ESI – Asset Inspection.

Who should attend

This course is recommended for people who are required to inspect Western Power’s poles and overhead assets.

Prerequisites

The prerequisites for attendance at this course are:

  • Network Authority Card (NAC)
  • Substation Entry Level 1
  • Substation Entry Level 2
  • RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan
  • CPPPMT3005 Manage pests without applying pesticides
  • CPPPMT3006 Manage pests by applying pesticides
  • CPPPMT3018 Maintain equipment and pesticide storage area in pest management vehicles
  • Basic fire extinguisher and bushfire awareness
  • HLTAID003 Provide first aid

Note: All prerequisites need to be current.

Learning outcomes

As a result of attending this course participants should be able to :

  • gain the skills and knowledge to work as a holistic inspector for Western Power

The UET20612 Certificate II in ESI – Asset Inspection course, as delivered by Power Training Services WA, is aligned to the following units of competency:

Learning outcomes are based on the elements in each of these units of competency:

  • UEENEEE101A – Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
  • UETTDREL13A – Comply with sustainability, environmental and incidental response policies and procedures
  • UETTDREL14A – Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker
  • UETTDREL17A – Operate asset inspection machinery and equipment near live electrical apparatus
  • UETTDREL18A – Inspect and treat poles and inspect electrical apparatus
  • UETTDREL19A – Identify and interpret characteristics of electrical apparatus associated with power industry assets
  • UETTDREL20A – Undertake minor vegetation control and routine minor maintenance of poles and electrical apparatus
  • UETTDREL21A – Operate specialised data information equipment near live electrical apparatus
  • MEM16012A – Interpret technical specifications and manuals
  • UEENEED101A – Use computer applications relevant to a workplace

To view the units of competency in full, visit training.gov.au

PPC and PPE requirements

Some of the practical training for this course will take place in an operational area. You are required to have/provide Western Power approved PPC and PPE requirements for the practical work. Refer to the Western Power PPE Procedure Sections 3.1 & 3.2, for these requirements.

Note: Unless otherwise stated, Power Training Services does not provide PPE, PPC and tools for training courses.

Assessments

Assessments are included in this course. Participants will not be considered to have completed this course until all assessments have been completed to a satisfactory level. When deemed competent a statement of attainment will be awarded.

Assessments are made against units of competency from the Certificate II in ESI - Asset Inspection UET20612.
  • Undertake minor vegetation control and routine minor maintenance of poles and electrical apparatus (UETTDREL20A)
  • Operate asset inspection machinery and equipment near live electrical apparatus (UETTDREL17A)
  • Working safely near live electrical apparatus as a non-electrical worker (UETTDREL14A)
  • Operate specialised data information equipment near live electrical apparatus (UETTDREL21A)
  • Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace (UEENEEE101A)
  • Identify and interpret characteristics of electrical apparatus associated with power industry assets (UETTDREL19A)
  • Comply with sustainability, environmental and incidental response policies and procedures (UETTDREL13A)
  • Interpret technical specifications and manuals (MEM16012A)
  • Inspect and treat poles and inspect electrical apparatus (UETTDREL18A)
  • Use computer applications relevant to a workplace (UEENEED101A)

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.