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Designing and installing electrical systems in all types of commercial, residential, and industrial projects, while carrying out maintenance and repairs safely and quickly.
Electrical Installation is closely associated with other parts of the construction industry, and electricians find themselves working in all manner of commercial, residential, agricultural, and manufacturing environments.
In these various settings, they will plan and design, select and safely install a reliable system. Also, the electrician will commission, test, program, maintain to relevant standards, diagnose and report malfunctions, and repair systems.
Work organization and self-management, communication and interpersonal skills, concentration and attention to details, problem solving, flexibility, and a deep body of knowledge are the universal attributes of the outstanding electrician.
Important elements of the challenge include:
A detailed plan is made of the electrical installation project.
Competitors must show they understand the different components needed for a wiring system.
It is important to know all the different tools used in installing systems and how they should be used.
Judges expect to see a completed project that has been tested to see that it is working properly and is safe to use.
|Bronze||750||Hannes Innerbichler||South Tyrol, Italy|
|Medallion for Excellence||735||Werner Sillanpää||Finland|
|Medallion for Excellence||729||Daiki Inoue||Japan|
|Medallion for Excellence||727||Lucas Weisenberger||Germany|
|Medallion for Excellence||722||Tong Iok Lei||Macao, China|
|Medallion for Excellence||718||Roman Glazunov||Russia|
|Medallion for Excellence||716||YONGJIN GWON||Korea|
|Medallion for Excellence||715||Paul Van Den Heede||Belgium|
|Medallion for Excellence||712||Theerasak Janman||Thailand|
|Medallion for Excellence||710||JHE-WEI JHANG||Chinese Taipei|
|Medallion for Excellence||709||Paulo Medeiros||Brazil|
|Medallion for Excellence||705||Wahyu Resawardana||Indonesia|
|Medallion for Excellence||705||Erik Vasbotten||Norway|
|Medallion for Excellence||704||Chabbethai Chia||New Zealand|
|Medallion for Excellence||701||Chu Van Tuoi||Vietnam|
|Medallion for Excellence||700||Siu Lam Chan||Hong Kong, China|
|Medallion for Excellence||700||Andis Lacis||Latvia|
|686||Matthew Doe||United Kingdom|
|680||KU SITI KHADIJAH KU PERA||Malaysia|
|675||Mthokozisi Sanga||South Africa|
|647||Faisal Alameri||United Arab Emirates|
|641||Tjihimise B. Karaerua||Namibia|
|622||Mohamed Jaffar||Kingdom of Bahrain|
|617||Saud Gharawi||Saudi Arabia|
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