DIVERSIFY YOUR BUSINESS WITH ELECTRIC FENCING | ECASA
By Mark Mfikoe, National Director, ECA(SA) The Electrical Contractors Association is proud to announce that we have gained capacity to help our members diversify their service offering with Electric Fencing as an offer to clients. The Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) has given the ECA(SA) accreditation for Electrical Fence Training. This training will teach you and your employees, amongst others: (i) How to install electric fencing. (ii) Relevant inspection and testing of a single-phase domestic installation. (iii) Appropriate testing and inspection of three-phase industrial/commercial installations. (iv) Configuration of an installation. (v) Determination of installation requirements, which will give you and your employees full understanding of electric fencing as well as the related Certificate of Compliance (CoC). The ECA(SA) is accredited to conduct this training until 2022.
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