20 training courses found
Covering two days this course will give you the practical skills and technology specific knowledge required to install EV charging points with confidence. Day 1 Session 1: Introduction, BS7671 section 722 and the IET Code of Practice Session 2: Modes of charging, EVSE, restrictions Session 3: Installation practices, risk assessment, earthing, protection, labelling & practical exercises Day 2 Session 1: On street, commercial & industrial situations Session 2: Inspection, testing, fault finding & maintenance Session 3: Certification & notification to DNO Session 4: Practical assessment and online exam (C&G 2919) Course Structure The course is designed to help installers take advantage of the opportunities presented by the growing low carbon transport sector.
1 Day Electrical Refresher Course This course is aimed at electricians that are involved in the Inspection and Testing of both new and existing electrical installations. If you are new to the industry and feel you need more training on Inspection & Testing or you have not tested for quite some time, this course helps with not only the Inspection & testing, but also covers completing the certificates you are required to complete at the end of a job.
Portable Appliance Testing ( PAT ) ( City and Guilds 2377-22 ) £280-00 + VAT This course is aimed at all personnel inspecting and testing electrical equipment and covers the recording, interpretation of results and labelling of equipment. There is an opportunity for delegates to carry out testing of various electrical appliances and may bring along their own PAT tester if preferred.
Beginners Portable & Fixed Appliance Testing ( PAT & FAT ) ( City and Guilds 2377-22 ) £345-00 + VAT This course is aimed at personnel intending to carry out inspecting and testing of electrical equipment and covers both Portable & Fixed Appliance Testing. On the 1st day you will carry out testing of various portable electrical appliances and may bring along your own PAT tester if you prefer.
Fixed Appliance Testing ( FAT ) £65-00 + VAT This course is aimed at all personnel carrying out Portable Appliance Testing and wanting to offer fixed appliance testing as an additional service. Fixed Appliance Testing, is testing appliances that are wired in and not portable, e.
Fire Alarm Course £295-00 + VAT This two day course provides the necessary information to design, construct and commission a non-addressable fire alarm system to BS5839. There will be an element of theory, interpreting the relevant parts of BS 5839 followed by a practical session where a system is designed, constructed and inspected and tested.
Premier Training Services (UK) Ltd 5-day Locksmith Training Course £1195-00 + VAT Level 3 Certificate by NCFE During the locksmith training course you will gain an understanding of the many different types of locks and the different access gaining techniques. By the end of your course you will be able to decode, pick and drill the vast majority of locks.
Emergency Lighting £295-00 + VAT This two day course has been designed to give those responsible for designing electrical systems the knowledge to ensure all parts of the emergency lighting and escape lighting installation comply fully with BS5266. The course covers design, installation and commissioning of a non-addressable emergency lighting system to BS5266.
BS7671: 17th Edition Wiring Regulations ( City and Guilds 2382-15 ) Including Amendment 3£395-00 + VAT The City and Guilds 17th Edition Wiring Regulations courses are held in Oldham ideally placed for Manchester, Salford, Greater Manchester, Stockport, Rochdale, Hyde, Ashton-Under-Lyne and all of Tameside. The 17th Edition Wiring Regulations course is aimed at Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Electrical Maintenance engineers, Domestic Electrical Installers as well as others who require a working knowledge of wiring regulations.
Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations ( City and Guilds Inspection and Testing 2394 Level 3 ) This course is aimed at practising electricians who have not carried out inspection and testing since qualifying or for those with limited experience of initial inspection and testing of electrical installations. A City and Guilds Inspection and Testing 2394 Certificate for Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations will be awarded to those candidates who successfully complete at the end of the electrical training course the following: - All City and Guilds Inspection and Testing 2394 courses start at 8-30am finish at 4-00pm All written examinations start at 6-30pm finish at 8-00pm 2394-301 Multi-choice examination 2394-302 written examination.
The City and Guilds 2399 Solar Photovoltaic ( Solar PV ) courses 2399-201 Know the fundamental working principles, installation options and regulatory requirements for micro-renewable energy and water-conservation technologies. 2399-311 Know the requirements to install, commission and handover small scale solar photovoltaic systems 2399-312 Install, commission and handover small scale solar photovoltaic systems This course is aimed at electricians and Domestic Installers who want to expand their knowledge and skills including installation of Solar Photovoltaic systems.
Certificate in Building Regulations for Electrical Installations £180-00 + VAT ( City and Guilds 2393 ) The qualification is aimed at practising domestic electricians to gain an understanding of compliance with relevant building regulations. It will also be suitable for those working in the building trades and others, such as surveyors, who require a working knowledge of how electrical installations in dwellings can affect the building construction.
Introduction to home electrics £550-00 + VAT ( Thinking of a career change? ) This course is an introduction for those interested in installing electrical systems in domestic premises with little or no prior knowledge or experience of domestic electrical installations and wiring of circuits. If you are looking to become a qualified domestic electrical installer, this course is the ideal prerequisite for those wanting to progress to the Domestic Electrical Installers Certificate.
4-day Solar Photovoltaic ( Solar PV ) course ( City and Guilds 2399 ) Course £550-00 + VAT. "To achieve full a City and Guilds 2399 certificate you must complete the 2399-01 micro-renewable energy and water-conservation technologies" 2399-311 Know the requirements to install, commission and handover small scale solar photovoltaic systems 2399-312 Install, commission and handover small scale solar photovoltaic systems This course is aimed at electricians and Domestic Installers who want to expand their knowledge and skills including installation of Solar Photovoltaic systems.
Certificate for Domestic Electrical Installers (Logic Level 2) £699-00 + VAT Part P Full Scope The Domestic Electrical Installers course is aimed at electricians, plumbers, kitchen fitters, bathroom fitters, heating engineers, loft conversion companies etc. carrying out electrical work for compliance with Part P of the Building Regulations.
1-day ( City and Guilds 2399-01 ) Micro-renewable energy and water conservation course £175-00 + VAT 2399-201 Know the fundamental working principles, installation options and regulatory requirements for micro-renewable energy and water-conservation technologies. This course is aimed at preparing learners to progress to the specialist knowledge and competence units for the installation, commissioning, handover, inspection, service and maintenance of micro-renewable energy and water conservation technologies Duration of course 1-day.
The EAL Combined Initial & Periodic Inspection & Testing qualification is QCF Mapped and is equivalent to the C&G 2394/2395 qualifications. The course is delivered over 4 days with 2 OPEN BOOK Online examinations at the end of the fourth day.
Solar PV Installation for Roofers course £195-00 + VAT This course is aimed at delegates experience in roofing who wants to expand their knowledge and skills to include installation of Solar PV panels on roofs. The course covers:- Duration of course 1-day.
1/2-day Safe Working at height £75-00 + VAT Falls from height remain the single biggest cause of workplace deaths and one of the main causes of major injury. The Work at Height Regulations 2005 consolidate previous legislation on working at height and implement European Council Directive concerning minimum health and safety requirements for the use of equipment for work at height.
Why Take this Course? If you’re an electrician, looking to develop your skills and increase the range of work you are competent to undertake; if you’re interested in learning about fire alarm systems and emergency lighting, then this could be the course for you. Fire alarms and Emergency lighting play an integral role in enhancing our safety and, in the commercial sector, proper fire safety precautions are a legal requirement.