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About us

Our mission
We believe in our safety trainings to help people to deal with the risks of electricity in order to keep them healthy.

Our vision
The greater part of our courses exist of practical assignments in order to show the risks and what actions should be taken when working with electricity.
The theoretical part is supported by e-learning, convenient especially for technical staff.

Our objective
Inrush educates people to acquire knowledge, skills and awareness to identify and prevent danger and risks when working with or near electrical facilities.

The types of courses Inrush provides

  • Low Voltage (<=1 kV)
  • High Voltage (>1 kV up to 380kV)
  • Combined courses High and Low voltage
  • Tailormade courses
  • Courses in Dutch or English
  • Training at facility of customers

Different types of levels

  • Responsibility level
  • Skilled level (senior/advanced authorised person)
  • Awareness level (authorised person)
  • All levels can be examined
  • Certification is possible (Stipel certification available only in Dutch)

General course contents

  • Legislation
  • Roles and duties of different authorised persons
  • NEN 3140, NEN 3840, EN 50110
  • Safe working procedures
  • Earthing equipment
  • Tools and personal protection
  • Theory: operation of (high and low voltage) electrical facilities
  • Practical exercises (live switching 400V and 10kV)

Course content theory

  • Production and distribution of electrical energy
  • High and low voltage distribution systems and equipment
  • Switchgear; types and operation
  • Distribution cables
  • Transformers
  • Current systems
  • Rail or busbar systems
  • Protective devices of electrical installations

Inrush facts

  • 5 locations in The Netherlands
  • Annual > 2000 course members
  • Qualified and experienced staff
  • English courses available
  • Theoretical and practical training
  • Live (400V and 10kV) switching at our facilities
  • Flexible in planning
  • Direct co-operation with examination agency

Continuous improvement

  • Review cycle with customers
  • Course evaluation with participants
  • Audits and feedback between teachers: Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
  • Innovation of course materials like books, presentations, e-learning, online appearance
  • Student tracking system
  • Effectiveness of courses, e.g. exam success rate

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