Ken is one of our longest standing lecturers, having joined ETT when it was formed in 1997. He is a graduate of the Ulster Polytechnic and Queen’s University, Belfast and holds the degrees of Bachelor of Science and Master of Science.
A Chartered Engineer, Ken is a member of both the Institution of Electrical and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. He also holds a NEBOSH National Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.
As well as lecturing at ETT, Ken also lectures throughout the UK, Ireland and worldwide on behalf of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) and has completed lecture tours to Jersey Islands, India, Kenya, Venezuela, Malaysia and Bahrain.
Blog Posts from this Expert
by Ken Robinson on 03 October 2013
The Electricity at Work Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1991 imposes on persons involved in electrical work. Regulation 4(1) states: 'all systems shall at all times be of such construction as to prevent, as far as is reasonably practicable, danger.
by Ken Robinson on 23 February 2013
The 2391 Award has been superseded and replaced by two new separate Level 3 qualifications. These being 2394-01 Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations and the 2395-01 Award in the Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations.
by Ken Robinson on 15 October 2012
The traditional qualification for Inspection & Testing, the City and Guilds 2391, expires at the end of this year and has been replaced by two new qualifications. These are known as the 2394 Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations and 2395 Level 3 Award in the Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations.
by Ken Robinson on 02 August 2010
Every year electricians suffer electric shock and burn injuries, some of which are fatal.
by Ken Robinson on 18 June 2010
During periodic inspections it is sometimes discovered that a 10mm2 earthing conductor is installed together with 16mm2 pvc/pvc copper meter tails, with a 80A BS1361 cut-out fuse.