AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

Training in IECEx and ATEX to 60079-19

Proceeding the publication of AEMT's and BEAMA's jointly produced first code of practice for The Repair and Overhaul of Electrical Equipment for us in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres, the association has put together a selection of modules covering the Theory and Practical nature to ATEX and IECEx equipment repair. Jobs, Positions and Careers.

Target Audience

Since 1984 the AEMT has trained delegates from the Repair Industry and personnel from the following sectors:

Who should attend?

It is important for a manager or supervisor to attend the courses so that they become the “Responsible Person” able to fully understand and take responsibility for ex repairs.

All other staff refurbishing Ex explosion protected apparatus should also be trained.

It is recommended that a minimum of two electrical or mechanical engineers/technicians should attend the courses per company.

This may also include maintenance staff looking after Ex motors, generators, pumps, fans, gearboxes, valves, and instrumentation, or involved in the replacement of spare parts such as bearings

The courses are also recommended for administration, sales, and stores staff requiring a knowledge of equipment suitability for zoned areas.

Module 1 - Ex Theory

The aim of Module 1, is to prepare delegates working on Ex equipment with a comprehensive understanding of the:

  • protection concepts and standards used to make equipment suitable for each ATEX zoned area.
  • correct procedures and practices to comply with original manufacturers certificate or
  • correct procedures and practices to comply with original standards used
  • legal requirements, risk assessments andhealth and safety

Course Outline

Module 2 - Hands-on

The aim of Module 2, is to prepare delegates working on ATEX equipment with a working, hands-on understanding of the topics covered in Module 1

Course Outline

Module 3 - Hands-on Refresher

For all those that have attended and passed Modules 1 and 2 and have been repairing hazardous area equipment and require a refresher, Module 3 is the refresher course.

Course Outline

IECEx Certified Service Facility

Currently 38 companies trained by the AEMT have had their workshops successfully audited as IECEx Certified Service Facilities; these are listed on the AEMT Ex register. To date the AEMT has trained staff in over 45% of all IECEx Certified Service Facilities. A number of delegates have also gone on to be successfully assessed and audited for their individual IECEx Personal Competency Certificates. 


A copy of 'Guidelines for 60079-19 Ex Equipment Repair, Overhaul & Reclamation' is available to delegates who have completed a training course with us. 

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Training Dates

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April 2018
Wed 25th April - Thu 26th April
AEMT Mod 2 Ex Hands-on
Venue: Loughborough
Course Level: Mod 2: Hands-on
May 2018
Tue 15th May - Wed 16th May
AEMT Mod 1 Ex Theory Course
Venue: Loughborough
Course Level: Mod 1: Ex Theory
Thu 17th May - Fri 18th May
AEMT Mod 2 Ex Hands-on
Venue: Loughborough
Course Level: Mod 2: Hands-on
Mon 21st May - Tue 22nd May
AEMT Mod 5 Maintenance and Inspection
Venue: Loughborough
Course Level: Mod 5: Ex Maintenance/Installation