Duration: 21 Hours


This course is developed to enable learners to acquire knowledge and skills to carry out fault finding on control circuit systematically and safely.


Course Objective:

On completion of this course, learners will be able to apply diagnostic skills on fault finding on control circuits.


Course Outline:

The knowledge and abilities covered in this course include:


  • Control components and devices
  • Electrical rating of control devices
  • Bolts, nuts and fasteners
  • Sensors & Switches
  • Electrical/Mechanical/Pneumatic diagrams
  • Assembly drawing and components layout
  • Cable sizing
  • Engineering safety devices
  • Electrical protective devices
  • Overload and Common faults


  • Use control circuit and diagrams to interpret how circuits work
  • Locate the faulty components and connections in the control circuit
  • Remedy the faulty components and connections in the control circuit
  • Improve machine yields time through continual Improvement


For Whom:

Suitable for Line or Team Leaders, Technicians, Supervisors and Engineers.

Entry Requirements:

Participants are assumed to:

  • Have the fundamental knowledge on electrical and electronic devices & circuits; and
  • Have completed ‘O’ Level or equivalent; or
  • Have the ability of:
    • Basic knowledge of the Singapore Workplace Safety and Health requirements;
    • Follow written and oral work instructions;
    • Listen, read and write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills System (ESS) level 5;
    • Manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to Employability Skills System (ESS) level 5.
Training Medium:

This course is conducted in English.


Training Methodology:

This course is delivered through lectures, hands-on and demonstration.


Assessment Methodology:

Practical assessment is conducted at the end of the course.



A Certificate of Proficiency will be awarded to trainees upon completing and passing the assessment. Otherwise, a Certificate of Participation will be issued to those who attained a minimum attendance of 75%.