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March 1, 2021

WHAT IS CESE?

Certified Electrical Safety Engineer (CESE) is an internationally recognized professional certification offered in partnership with SGS-TÜV Saar. By passing the certification exam, you join a worldwide community of experts, and prove your mastery over the latest laws and standards for machine functional safety.

WHAT DOES THE COURSE COVER?

The course covers the most widely used ISO 13849-1 and -2 standards for functional safety, and ISO 12100 for risk assessments. As well as the realization of safety performance levels (Pl), and verification & validation of safety systems.

WHO IS IT FOR?

The course is intended for design engineers, application engineers, system integrators, and other machine safety experts. A minimum 2 years experience in design, construction or service of functional safety systems is required.

For more information, visit the FAQ section.

UPCOMING CLASSES

This course is now offered online in five 4-hour sessions.

MARCH 15 – 19, 9.30 AM to 2 PM EST

APRIL 26 – 30, 9.30 AM to 2 PM EST

JUNE 21 – 25, 9.30 AM to 2 PM EST

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AGENDA

Below is a typical agenda for the CESE course. Agenda is subject to change.

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COMPREHENSIVE KNOWLEDGE

Introduction to Functional Safety is a preparatory course for the CESE examination course, and explores the basics of functional safety for machinery. Taken together with the CESE certificate course, engineers will gain a deep understanding of functional safety design and regulatory compliance.

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For more information, visit www.wieland-electric.com.

Allied Motor MaintenanceSmall motors – both AC and DC – serve as critical points in industrial operations. They may be integral to automation and equipment control and serve multiple purposes to mechanically drive and actuate systems and equipment, but are often replaced rather than repaired or reconditioned.

Larger motors may be repaired, rewound, and sent into a motor rewind pool.  However, many motors will simply be replaced when imminent signs of failure are detected using smart equipment, instrumentation, and tools discussed below.

 

 

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