COURSE
Electrical Systems

Course

Electrical Systems

THIS COURSE REQUIRES SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE. CHECK OUR RYA ROAD TO YACHTMASTER PAGE OR CONTACT US.

COURSE INCLUDES

  • All course materials included
  • Lunch, tea and coffee
  • Professional Expert Instructor
  • Practical Training and exorcises
  • Scenario-Based Learning
  • Access to profesional tools
  • Additional Resources

Cursus Data

Electrical Systems
23 Aug - 24 Aug
8 spots available
Electrical Systems
29 Sep - 30 Sep
8 spots available
Electrical Systems
06 Oct - 07 Oct
8 spots available
Electrical Systems
10 Nov - 11 Nov
8 spots available
Electrical Systems
06 Dec - 07 Dec
8 spots available

What will you learn

  • Direct current, amps & volts
  • Resistance the great importance of well-calculated electrical wires
  • Uses Batteries dangers of a 12-volt system
  • Using a multimeter
  • Troubleshooting
  • Electrical faults and diagnosis
  • Corrosion
  • Batteries: type, sizing and selection
  • Gauge and tank sender fault finding

Certificates

Electrical Trouble Shooter Certificate

Next Step ——–

Advanced Electronics Course

COURSE ITINERARY

The Marine Electrical Course is a comprehensive one-day workshop, beginning at 9:00 AM and concluding at 5:00 PM.
It starts with an introduction to the course and its objectives, followed by a deep dive into the basics of marine DC electrical systems, focusing on understanding amps, volts, and resistance, as well as the importance of correctly calculated wires and fuses. After a morning session, attendees enjoy a coffee break, then move on to learn about batteries, safety practices, and the identification and mitigation of dangers in 12-volt systems. Post-lunch, the course shifts to practical troubleshooting techniques, including the use of multimeters and the prevention of corrosion. The afternoon is filled with hands-on practical training, where participants learn to choose and use the correct electrical wires, recognize quality tools and their proper use, make proper crimp connections, and create effective electrical connections for various components. The day wraps up with a final review, Q&A session, and feedback. This course is designed for individuals at all levels of experience, from beginners to seasoned boat owners, providing them with the skills needed to maintain, diagnose, and repair their vessel’s DC electrical systems.

13:00 PM: Practical Troubleshooting Techniques
Using a multimeter for fault finding.
Recognizing and avoiding corrosion.

14:30 PM: Hands-On Practical Training
Choosing and using the correct type and diameter of electrical wires.
Recognizing quality tools and their proper usage.

15:30 PM: Coffee Break

16:45 PM: Advanced Diagnostic and Repair Skills
Making proper crimp connections and using crimping tools.
Creating effective electrical connections for various components

13:00 PM: Practical Troubleshooting Techniques
Using a multimeter for fault finding.
Recognizing and avoiding corrosion.

14:30 PM: Hands-On Practical Training
Choosing and using the correct type and diameter of electrical wires.
Recognizing quality tools and their proper usage.

15:30 PM: Coffee Break

16:45 PM: Advanced Diagnostic and Repair Skills
Making proper crimp connections and using crimping tools.
Creating effective electrical connections for various components

16:45 PM: Wrap-Up and Q&A
Recap of the day’s learning.
Open floor for questions and instructor feedback.

17:00 PM: Course Adjourns

Join us for an enlightening day as we dive into the Marine Electrical Course, tailored specifically for boat owners and sailing enthusiasts keen on mastering the essentials of DC (battery-operated) systems aboard yachts and boats. This comprehensive one-day program, developed from extensive expedition sailing experience and crew training, is designed to equip you with critical skills for effective maintenance and fault resolution at sea. It’s an indispensable workshop for crews and skippers alike, focusing on the vital ability to perform electrical troubleshooting confidently.

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