EsiTrain offer a range of theory-based courses in an interactive online environment. Many of the EsiTrain courses require field work in the Electricity Supply Industry, and are not suitable for purely an online training approach. For this reason, EsiTrain has developed blended learning, combining online training with login tutorial support, for theory components and instructor-led training for practical components.
The benefits of online training include a huge reduction in downtime, as staff can access this training at any time. Materials can be delivered in a far more engaging and exciting way, and links can be set up to a range of training resources, subject matter experts and reference material.
Training material is continually being converted to E-Learning and EsiLearn format, and the E-Learning arm of EsiTrain is expanding rapidly.
To access the E-Learning modules, complete a EsiLearn Training e-learning request form and email or fax it back, as directed on the form. Once registered, you will then receive an email with a link and login details to access the training. When you have successfully completed a course, you will receive a certificate of completion and results will be added to the Energex Competency Authorisation Management System (CAMS).
- Recognise and manage heat stress
- Explain the meaning of manual tasks as they relate to the field and office work environment
- Describe the basics of musculoskeletal disorders and their effects on individuals;
- Explain the hazards and risks factors that are implicated in the development of musculoskeletal disorders;
- Access and identify information regarding manual tasks policy, procedure, code of practice and legislation;
- Perform hazard identification and apply risk management strategies to control factors that lead to musculoskeletal disorders;
- Identify management controls for reducing or eliminating the risk of injury from manual tasks
- Discuss individual and lifestyle factors that are implicated in the development and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders.
- Demonstrate safe lifting and handling techniques
- Demonstrate an understanding of the role of an Electricity Officer in relation to the Queensland Electricity Act 1994
- Identify the process to report and respond to emergency callout
- Understand key roles and responsibilities
- Ensure Safety of Personnel, Plant and the Public
- 3 Shift Fatigue Management Cycle
- Identify O/H Lines and Apparatus
- Recognise and Report Faults on the Network
- Identify a Network Fault & Stand Guard
- Explain what the environment is and how it impacts on our operations
- Describe the Environmental Management System
- Identify applicable Environmental Legislation
- Describe general environmental issues and the impacts associated with organisational operations and activities
- Explain how to manage and report environmental issues during the course of work activities
- Understand Energex Environmental Policy and Environmental Management System as it relates to oil spill management
- Understand how to minimise the potential for oil spills
- Understand what to do in the case of an oil spill
- Understand responsibilities for the management of the spread of oil spills
- Understand liabilities associated with mismanagement of this issue
- Understand Energex Environmental Policy and Environmental Management system as it relates to Declared Pest plant Management
- Understand Declared Pest plant identification, spread and Management
- Understand responsibilities for the Management of the spread of Declared Pest Plants
- Understand liabilities associated with mismanagement of the issue
- Understand principles of soil erosion, sediment control and basic risk assessments
- Understand liabilities associated with the mismanagement of these issues, and what to do when an inspector or authorised sediment control officer arrives on site