Inspection and Testing (2394)
- Course Code: L001-L
- Duration: 5 weeks x 7 hours
- Price: £475.00
- Start Date:
- Days: MON
- Times: 09:00-17:00
- Validated by: City and Guilds
This qualification has been developed by City & Guilds to provide candidates with an introduction and show them how to inspect, test and carry out the initial verification of an electrical installation. A certificate in City & Guilds 2394 Level 3 Award in Initial Verification and Certificate of Electrical Installations gives you the necessary skills and confidence to inspect and test fundamental installations & conduct initial verification - a qualification that proves your ability.
It is aimed at practising electricians (with 2 years experience as a minimum) who have not carried out inspection and testing since qualifying or have very little experience in this specific field.
- What will I study?
The course will include the following;
- Practical and theory, related to testing of new fixed wiring electrical installations.
- Use of testing equipment
- Safe isolation procedures
- Procedures outlined in guidance note 3 of the wiring regulations
- Safety procedures associated with the operations stated
The course will be delivered through classroom based activities alongside a tutor and other delegates at a similar level. Candidates will also be expected to undertake an online multiple choice exam on the last day of the course. On completion of the course candidates will be placed in for a written examination and a practical assessment. Delegates will need to bring with them:
IET Guidance Note 3 Inspection & Testing (orange book) ISBN 978-1-84919-275-0
IET Guide BS7671-2008 (2015) IET Wiring Regulations 17th Edition Incorporating Amendment No3 (yellow book) ISBN 978-1-84919-769-4
- Entry Requirements
Candidates should have a current 2382 17th Edition qualification (Candidates are required to bring a copy of their certificates on the first day of the course) and at least two years’ experience as an electrician.
and at least two years' experience as an electrician.
In order to attend this course you must wear protective/strong supportive shoes. Anyone wearing trainers will be turned away.
Important - An informal telephone interview will be necessary with the course tutor before any applicant will be accepted onto the course. Candidates are also required to complete an electrical questionnaire which will be included in the enrolment pack.
Important: Two additional dates will be confirmed by the tutor for your written exam and practical assessment, as they do not take place at the time of the course.
Important: we have no control over the written exam dates these are set by City & Guilds; candidates need to be registered by the 1st of the month previous to the written exam taking place.
- How will I be assessed?
Assessment is via an online multiple choice exam, written exam and a practical assessment.
- What can I do next?
This qualification can be used as a stepping stone before enrolling on the Inspection and Testing 2395 course.
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