Course Offerings

Click here for an Electrical Safety and Technical Training brochure featuring all of ESA’s course offerings.

Modes of Learning  

online

Online

in-person

In-person Classroom

virtual

Virtual Instructor-led

self-study

Self-Study

  Learning Modes Available
Course online in-person virtual self-study
Advanced Conductors       
An Introduction to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code       
Control of Hazardous Energy     
Electrical Incidents       
Electrical Safety Awareness 1     
Electrical Safety for Emergency Responders       
Electrical Safety for Maintenance Staff     
Electrical Safety in the Workplace     
Entertainment Industry – Installation of Electrical Equipment       
Grounding and Bonding       
Introduction to Conductors       
Ontario Electrical Safety Code (27th Edition/2018) – General Level 1   
Ontario Electrical Safety Code (27th Edition/2018) – General Level 2   
Ontario Electrical Safety Code (27th Edition/2018) - HVAC Installations   
Ontario Electrical Safety Code for Design Engineers       
Ontario Electrical Safety Code for Electrical Technicians and Technologists     
Powerline Safety Awareness     
Pre-Master Electrician Training   
Protection Against Available Fault Current       
Solar Photovoltaic and OESC Requirements       
Safety in a High Voltage Environment       
The Ontario Electrical Safety Code - Full Day       

On-Line: On-Line learning is delivered through computer based training in an online environment. Individuals progress through the course at their own pace utilizing a variety of educational materials including visuals, audio, multimedia, online module review exercises, and links to internet resources.

In-person Classroom: Face-to-face learning is an instructional method where course content and learning material are taught in person to a group of participants. This allows for a live interaction between a Learner and a Trainer. It is the most traditional type of learning instruction.

Virtual Instructor-led: Virtual training is Trainer-led instruction in a virtual or simulated, non-physical environment, when the Learner (or group) and the Trainer are in separate locations. Virtual training and virtual training environments are designed to simulate the traditional in-person classroom learning experience.

Self-study: Individuals self-study the ESA Pre-Master Student Manual, reading one module per week and completing the module review exercise. Online activity is limited to learners accessing the review exercise answer key on a weekly basis.

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Training is a non-regulatory service offered by the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA).  Click for more information.