EX12 Design and Application Engineers Core Competence Certification
The CompEx Ex12 course covers the application design and selection of electrical equipment, along with the requirements of IEC 60079-14: Electrical installations design, selection and erection, this includes but not limited to the selection of equipment, cabling and cable glands and design of intrinsically safe systems etc. The course fully addresses the designer’s requirements to the new 2014 Installation and Inspection Standards. The ExVeritas course is unique, developed from the ground up to be ‘learn by doing’ rather than learn by listening. Our unique practice assignments, classroom workshops and practice exams to ensure that all delegates are properly prepared for all of the final qualification examinations. The ExVeritas Ex12 course has been designed specifically for Designers and Applications Engineers, significantly expanding on the Ex01-Ex04 content and adding a vast amount of new information including a full day on intrinsically safe systems. We have developed the most comprehensive range of course hand outs, course homework’s and course learning aids to ensure that candidates are properly prepared for examinations. Here is an example of some typical delegate feedback we received on passing CompEx EX12… As ExVeritas are also a UK Government Appointed Body for UKCA ‘Ex’, an ATEX Notified Body and an IECEx Certification Body, we have 400 years Ex experience within our Group including specialist instructors in many areas such as area classification or intrinsic safety, this means we can answer all of your questions, ExVeritas uses our in house developed cloud-based e-learning system called ‘Learn Ex,’ once registered candidates can have immediate access to course notes which are updated electronically. Simply visit LearnEx for further details about the benefits of this unique system.
Who should attend the Ex12 Course?
The course is aimed at Engineers of graduate or equivalent level with a design or specification function. If you have not recently studied Hazardous Area Equipment or do not have recent relevant experience we highly recommend you begin with a CompEx Foundation course before undertaking the Ex12.
We highly recommend you begin with a CompEx Foundation Course before undertaking Ex12.
Ex12 Course Content
- Legislation (ATEX/DSEAR/NEC)
- Standards and certification process EN/IECEx/NEC
- Explosive Atmospheres Overview
- Area Classification (Zones & Divisions)
- Ex Equipment and equipment marking
- How Concepts work from a Designers perspective
- ATEX and IECEx Equipment Protection levels
- Assemblies and mixed concepts
- Detailed design and Installation Practices (Electrical and I.S, concepts) in accordance with IEC 60079-14
- Intrinsic Safety System Design in Depth (1 full day on this subject with example test papers and calculations)
- A review of a selection of electrical and I.S. equipment and systems
The course includes four separate written exams (core paper, marking paper, design paper and standards paper) which take approximately seven hours in total. We have a comfortable air-conditioned lecture room with HD projectors and audio and up-to-date practical facilities mirroring the requirements of the latest editions of the Standards.
Ex12 Course Lecturers
The Lecturers who present the Ex12 course will have significant practical experience in this field and employ a vast depth of knowledge in this area including working in Ex Certification and being involved in Ex Design. Their combined experience also includes many years teaching CompEx courses and participating in CompEx working groups.
2023 Course Dates
- Wrexham UK: 6th – 10th February, 7th – 11th August, 6th – 10th November.
Course Cost & Booking
The CompEx Ex12 is a 5 day course with lunch and refreshments provided, it cost*: UK: £1750+VAT; USA: $2,400 USD and can be booked on credit card or via a company purchase order. *From 1st April 2019, Compex have introduced the CompEx ID card as mandatory for Modules Ex01-Ex06, Ex11, Ex12, Ex14. In line with CompEx fee terms £25.00 is charged in addition to the course cost for the CompEx ID Card.