Welcome to the Event Electrician Assessment.
This assessment is only for certified electricians, that want to install and operate temporary power supplies for events. You must have a certificate proving you have completed at least 2 years of vocational training to become an event electrician.
Your knowledge of event-specific electrical safety is assessed by answering the following questions. At the end of the assessment, you will receive detailed feedback on how well you did. In addition, an email with the results will be sent directly to you.
- There is only one correct answer per question.
- You're only allowed 10 minutes (timer is at the bottom right of your screen).
- Once you've selected an answer, it cannot be changed.
- You must answer all questions.
- When you're finished, please type in your name and email and click submit to see your results.
- Should you encounter any problems, send me an email at the email address you'll receive with your results.
Start taking the assessment by clicking the "Next" button.
What are circuit breakers for?
What is "lock out tag out"?
Why must cables always have the proper conductor size?
Earth resistance must be as low as possible.
What are RCD’s or ELCB’s for?
How must lighting trusses and other metal construction components be earthed with an equipotential bonding?
What color is the earth wire?
Which voltage should be measured between earth and neutral conductors?
Which voltage should be measured between phase and earth conductors?
Why is it important to measure the voltage between phase and earth conductors?
What mainly determines a circuit breaker's rating?
When will an RCD (or ELCB) NOT work?
Is the length of a cable important?
How can you compensate longer cable runs?
What kind of cable should be used for temporary installations at events?
Can I use a Y adapter (2 x 32 Amp into one 63 Amp) to adapt a 63-ampere socket to two 32 ampere sockets?
How many 1000W lamps can I connect to a 16-ampere 230-volt single-phase output?
A food truck with electrical appliances must have which connector for electrical power?
What should I measure when I measure a 3-Phase 400V Socket?
How must a cable be protected if it crosses pathways?