This City & Guilds course replaces the previous City & Guilds 2394, 2395 and earlier 2391-10 courses. This seven-day course combines both the new 2391-50 and 2391-51 into one course saving you five days over doing both courses separately. This course will enable you to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to carry out inspection and testing of electrical installations in accordance with the requirements of Part 6 of BS7671 and the Institution of Engineering Technology’s Guidance Note 3 (GN3)
Prior to attending this course, you should have completed an appropriate qualification in electrical installation and possess a good working knowledge of the industry. Below is a list of some of the acceptable qualifications we require to attend: –
Be over 18 years of age
https://www.ppltraining.co.uk/training-course/mechanical-and-electrical-technical/electrical-installations/18th-edition-wiring-regulations 18th Edition wiring regulations BS7671:2018 (Required)
Experience as a practicing Electrician.
As well as one of the following
C&G 236 Parts A & B
C&G 2360 Parts 1 & 2
Who is the course aimed at?
The course is aimed at practising electricians who wish to obtain a recognised qualification in inspection and testing, including both periodic inspection and initial verification. Delegates should already hold an 18th Edition Certificate and be familiar with the IET’s GN3. PPL also strongly recommend having suitable practical experience of testing prior to attending this course.
Key Learning Areas
- Understand the reasons for inspecting and testing electrical installations
- Safe isolation of electrical circuits and installations
- Requirements for completing initial inspection and verification
- Selection and use of suitable test equipment
- Requirements for testing circuits prior to energisation
- Requirements for testing circuits after energisation
- Understanding and evaluation of test results
- Completion of appropriate test certificates and associated documentation
- Safety of systems and equipment prior to completion of inspection and testing
- Classification categories for different types of fault
This course is run over 7 days.
Everything is provided for the course duration