G1 (electrical) course. Get your qualifications with ERGON!
The G1 electrical training - devices, installations and power networks is intended for people who want to obtain qualifications to work in the supervision and operation of electrical power networks, installations and devices included in the G1 category.
In our ERGON Center We provide comprehensive and professional preparation for our students. We have modern training facilities, employ qualified instructors and guarantee a service of the highest standard.
The G1 course prepares participants to pass the exam before the SEP, PSE, SIMP, SITPS committees.
- generating devices connected to the national power grid, regardless of the level of the rated voltage
- devices, installations and power networks with a voltage of not more than 1 kV
- devices, installations and networks with a rated voltage above 1 kV
- generating sets with a capacity of more than 50 kW
- electrothermal devices
- electrolysis equipment
- electric street lighting networks
- electric traction network
- explosion-proof electrical equipment
- control and measurement apparatus as well as devices and installations for automatic regulation, control and protection of the devices and installations mentioned above
The G1 training course contains comprehensive information necessary to take exams before the following certification committees: SEP (Association of Polish Electrical Engineers), Polish Electrical Installation Association (PSE), Association of Food Industry Engineers and Technicians (SITPS or SITSpoż), Association of Polish Mechanical Engineers (SIMP).
Purpose of the training
After completing the G1 training and passing the exam, the participant receives a qualification certificate entitling him to service, maintenance, repair, installation at the operating position, in accordance with the ordinance of the Minister of Economy, Labor and Social Policy of April 28, 2003 on the detailed rules for confirming qualifications by persons occupying operation of devices, installations and networks (Journal of Laws No. 89 item 828; Journal of Laws No. 192 item 1184).