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CPD Training

Power-Up your Knowledge

Circuit Breaker Basics - Module 1, 2 and 3

Attendance earns you 1 CPD point with CESA - Validation Number: CESA-1192-10/2020

Power-up your knowledge with CBI-electric: low voltage and claim 1 CPD point from CESA at no cost. Circuit breaker technology and application is not taught to engineering students at university level, therefore CBI deems it necessary to further the knowledge of all consulting engineers through a detailed understanding of circuit breaker technologies, infield product application and safety. As a proudly South African manufacturer, we believe it our corporate responsibility to equip consulting engineers with value-added exposure free of charge.

  • Duration: 1 full day
  • Cost: Free
  • Minimum Requirement: 4 year degree or diploma in electrical engineering, or equivalent experiential training.
  • A must attend for: Consulting engineers, Electrical engineers, Engineering managers, Project engineers, Design engineers and Maintenance engineers. Please note that this training is aimed at professionally accredited engineers.
  • Please select "Individual" below to register in your personal capacity

Next Training Event

We will advise once dates for 2019 have been finalised.

Learning Objectives:

  • Detailed Circuit Breaker Understanding
  • Technology Differentials
  • Cascading / Co-ordination
  • Type 1 / 2 Conditions
  • Maintenance Requirements
  • Special Use MCCBs
  • CPD

Expression of interest - Corporate onsite training

CBI also offer a corporate onsite presentation for a minimum of 20 delegates. The company must provide a conference facility and projector. Please select "Corporate" below.


Where do you prefer to attend training
Primary job responsibility
Are you registered with a recognised statutory body?
There is a minimum of 20 delegates, and this may include non-engineers.