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Overview

The IEE Wiring Regulations BS7671: 2018 is the definitive standard for the electrical industry and concerns the design, erection and verification of electrical installations as well as additions and alterations to existing installations in respect of safe use and operation of electrical systems and equipment.

This qualification was developed by City & Guilds in conjunction with various members of the electrical industry. All practicing electricians who are working within the Electrotechnical Contracting Industry are required to be able to demonstrate that they are sufficiently skilled, qualified experienced and knowledgeable about electricity and the types of system to be worked on so that they can prevent danger from arising. Success in the 2382-18 qualification should help to ensure that each "Duty Holder" is able to maintain and evidence competent status. Course Content:

  1. Scope, Object and Fundamental Principles
  2. Definitions
  3. Assessment of General Characteristics
  4. Protection for Safety
  5. Selection and Erection of Equipment
  6. Inspection and Testing
  7. Special Installations or Locations
  8. Appendices

Entry Requirements

This particular qualification does not have any specific entry requirement, however candidates should be able to demonstrate sufficient basic knowledge and/or experience in the subject areas concerned to ensure that they have both the opportunity and the potential to achieve.

Skills

Qualifications

City & Guilds 2382-18 - 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

Assessment

Online multi-choice assessment. Candidates will be allowed to refer to BS7671:2018 IEE 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.

Home Study

This is an on line learning resource and it is extimated that a minimum of 35 hours is allocated to self study

Work Placement

Work Placement does not form part of this programme.

Progression

This will enable upgrades for the ECS /JIB Gold card provided applicants hold the other electrical competency qualifications

Fees and Additional Costs

Resits for this course will incur additional exam costs

Additional Information

This course is aimed at candidates who don't have 17th edition. Exams are typically run when application numbers reach 8 or more candidates. Classroom based programmes are also available for large groups on request.

CodeDayStartEndTimesFees*
AL3REI2 192001 Tue - Thur Flexible start 09:00 - 16:30 £.00
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