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Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671
ʻ17th Editionʼ - C&G 2382-12
This qualification is primarily aimed at practising electricians and professionals of allied trades who require an understanding of the content and application of the IEE Wiring Regulations, BS 7671: June 2008 (17th edition, incorporating Amendment No. 1 2011: IET Wiring Regulations). The course lasts four days, at the end of which all candidates sit the same exam, whether seeking their first certification or updating their qualification.
Initial Verification & Certification
of Electrical Installations, Level 3 Award - C&G 2394-01
This five-day course is aimed at practising electricians who require an update of installation training before progressing to other C&G qualifications. The qualification is also suitable for those entering the industry from allied trades such as plumbing. It concludes with a written exam and practical assessment.
Periodic Inspection, Testing & Reporting of Installations, Level 3 Award - C&G 2395-01
This three-day course covers the techniques of inspection, testing and certification of an electrical installation in line with BS7671: 2008 (incorporating Amendment No. 1 2011: IET Wiring Regulations), including completion of the relevant paperwork (e.g. periodic and minor work forms), in preparation for a written exam and practical assessment.
On successful completion installers are qualified to inspect, test and certify that electrical work complies with the requirements of the new British Standard.
Domestic Installer Scheme ("Part P")
This qualification enables the installer to self-certify that their domestic installation work complies with Building Regulations (Part P, and relevant requirements of other regulations). This is legally required of all operatives who undertake electrical work in domestic property.
The course leads to assessment at either Level A, “Full Scope” (for those who perform the full range of electrical installations and alterations) or Level B, “Defined Scope” (for installers who undertake only limited electrical work
as part of another trade e.g. gas).
Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment ("PAT Testing") - C&G 2377
This two-day course is designed for electricians who need to demonstrate competence in the Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of electrical equipment.
To book a course, or discuss your requirements, please contact us.