Are you regularly in need of an electrician? Who just never happens to have time when it's urgent? Or do you regularly pay way too much money for minor repairs?

How nice would it be if you could carry out some minor repairs yourself! The ‘Openbare Werkplaats’ has developed a course especially for horeca entrepreneurs and their staff. You will learn which jobs you’ll be able to work on yourself and when it would be best to call in a professional. There will be plenty of time for questions and to discuss and practice practical examples.

Duration: 1 half day from 13.00 to 17.00 hours.
Aim: Learn to safely handle alternating current (220V)
Target group: entrepreneurs and employees in the horeca industry who want to be able to carry out minor and urgent electrical jobs.
Level: Basic (we’ll plan in an advanced course if there is sufficient interest)

Course content

  • Safely working with electricity
  • Explanation of (home/café) installations. Built-in, construction, fuse box, (residual current) circuit breaker and connection points
  • Hanging up and connecting lights
  • Resolving minor, simple faults
  • Machines: various hand tools

The course will include all materials. Wear some older clothes and possibly a warm sweater. It’s a maximum of 16 degrees in the workshop.

The courses are partly demand-driven. The order of the topics and the attention devoted to each section may vary depending on the participants’ needs.

Costs and payment

KHN members: 50 euros
Non-members: 75 euros

Prices are per person and exclude VAT. You’ll receive an invoice at the end of the course.

To register

More information, date and register: KHN | Practical course in electricity.