If you are a practising electrician with relevant experience then this qualification is for you. It will ensure that you fully understand the format, content and applications for Electrical Installations (BS7671: June 2008).
People employed in the engineering sector need to keep their skills up to date, while new entrants require the underpinning knowledge and specific techniques to meet the needs of modern industry. This course will develop your engineering skills and also a range of personal skills that will help you to succeed in your working life.
This qualification will help you to develop the knowledge and practical skills required to professionally install and carry out periodic inspection and testing on Electrical installations. It is intended for practising electricians who have not carried out inspection and testing since qualifying or who require some update of training before progressing to other City & Guilds qualifications.
What you would learn about at College: How to install cables and equipment including sockets and switches for electrical installations, How to design electrical installations selecting the correct size and type of cable and equipment, How to test and commission electrical installations to ensure they work and meet the health and safety requirements, The health and safety legislation relating to the installation and maintenance of electrical systems, The science behind electricity e.g.
This course is for people of any age and background who wish to progress to become electricians, or seek work within the wider electrical industry. The qualification consists of five units.
This course is aimed at progressingyou from Level 2 status towards a full Level 3 Diploma for the Electrical Industry.The course will consist of online, written andpracticalassessments and will further develop yourtheoretical understanding of electrical principles.
This course provides knowledge and guidance for practicing electricians and their managers, enabling them to comply with the requirements of testing and verification of electrical installations within the UK. The course is a combination of: 2394 Initial and Fundamental Inspection and Testing and 2395 Periodic Inspection and Testing.
What you would learn at College: How to install cables and equipment including sockets and switches for electrical installations, How to test and commission electrical installations to ensure they work and meet the health and safety requirements, The health and safety legislation relating to the installation and maintenance of electrical systems, The Science behind electricity e.g.
This qualification is aimed primarily at practicing installation electricians and raises an awareness of the format, content and application of the requirements for Electrical Installations (BS7671: June 2008). This course will not provide fast tracking towards, or suggest, competence to undertake electrical installations.
This course provides knowledge and guidance for practicing electrical Engineers and their managers to enable them to fully understand the current legislative requirements and those of BS: 7671 (2011). Outcome achieved from this course will be the award of a FULL 17th Edition Certificate.