Mechanical & Electrical

CompEx Electrical

CompEx Electrical

Course Overview

The CompEx course EX01 - EX04 involves competence based training and assessment for electrical and instrumentation technicians who are working in environments with the potential risk of explosive atmospheres. Potentially explosive environments include onshore and offshore oil and gas installations and petrochemical plants.

The underpinning knowledge and practical assessment in a CompEx course is provided for electrotechnical personnel who understake the physical installation and assembly of new ‘Ex’ equipment and perform preventative maintenance and inspections on previously installed equipment.


Prerequisites Required!
In order to complete CompEx Electrical, delegates must hold:
    The qualifications required for eligibility for enrolment on a CompEx course can be found in JTL925: Qualifications Criteria For Entry Onto CompEx Courses

Course Structure

CompEx is a globally recognised scheme for electricians working in explosive atmospheres. The course includes competency based training and assessmentsfor electrical and instrumentation technicians working in hazardous areas of industrial environments.

Course Content

Delegates completing this training course will be able to;
- Prepare and install electrical apparatus in potentially explosive atmospheres
- Inspect and maintain electrical apparatus in potentially explosive atmospheres

Download the JTL925: Qualifications Criteria for Entry Onto Compex Courses here >>

More information

  • Certification: A CompEX certificate will be awarded on successful completion.
  • Certificate validity (months): 60
  • Target audience: Anyone who may be working in potentially flammable atmosphere
  • Revalidation: The course must be revalidated every 5 years.
  • Items to bring: Government Issued Photographic ID eg Driver Licence or Passport and electrical certificates.

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