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City and Guilds - Level 3 Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings (2393-10)

Ideal for:

Anyone who is involved in carrying out or designing domestic electrical installations in England and Wales. Successful candidates will gain a nationally recognised qualification.

Whilst the course has no formal entry requirements, we do recommend that delegates who wish to attend this course should consider undertaking a 17th edition qualification.

Please note: This course is only applicable to the Building Regulations in England and Wales.

City and Guilds - Level 3 Award in Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671: 2018 (2382-18) Update

Ideal for:

Any person who needs to prove that they have the necessary underpinning knowledge of the 18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations in the electrical industry, will be required to show evidence by way of having a thorough understanding and an awareness of all the requirements of the Wiring Regulations, and that is achieved by holding the City and Guilds 2382-18 certificate

To be accepted onto attendance of this course, candidates MUST provide verifiable evidence of having achieved City & Guilds 2382-15 (or equivalent qualification relating to BS 7671: 2015 - including Amendment 3) before the course; this may be by providing the certificate, or enrolment number if undertaken previously with us

City and Guilds - Level 3 Award in Periodic Inspection and Testing of Electrical Installations (2391-51)

Ideal for:

The course is aimed at practising electricians, who have already been carrying out the process of periodic Inspection (including inspection, testing and condition reporting) as per the requirements of BS 7671 and require a formal, recognised qualification.

As this course deals with the application of knowledge involved with the inspection and testing of electrical installations, it is anticipated that candidates who wish to undertake this course should have some electrical experience in inspection and testing of electrical installations; preferably participation in the process of initial verification and/or periodic inspection and testing.

City and Guilds - Level 2 Award Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment ( 3667-02: 104 )

Ideal for:

This course suitable for datacomms engineers looking to prove their installation skills and professionalism. It is particularly applicable to individuals, for example, electricians and telecomms engineers who wish to increase and broaden their range of skills.

This City & Guilds 3667-02: 104 course is the recognised qualification for professional datacomms cabling and structured cabling installers and is on the newly established UKs qualifications framework

City and Guilds - Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification of Electrical Installations (2391-50)

Ideal for:

The course is aimed at practising electricians, who have already been carrying out the process of Initial Verification (including inspection, testing and certification) as per the requirements of BS 7671 and require a formal, recognised qualification.

It is however important to note that this course (and more importantly, the syllabus) anticipate that candidates have an understanding of electrical theory - including the effects of resistances on cables, common electrical equations, etc., and how to work safely in accordance with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.

As this course deals with the application of knowledge involved with the inspection and testing of electrical installations, it is anticipated that candidates who wish to undertake this course should have some electrical experience in inspection and testing of electrical installations - preferably participation in the process of initial verification and/or periodic inspection and testing.

City and Guilds - Level 2 Award Basic Principles of Communications Cabling ( 3667-02: 101 )

Ideal for:

The Basic Principles of Communications Cabling City and Guilds 3667-02: 101 course is aimed at anyone who is thinking of entering into the communications cabling installation industry.

It also forms part of the newly designated training government led initiatives to increase the skills and underpinning knowledge of candidates who feel they have gaps in their basic knowledge of applying communications technology.

City and Guilds - Level 2 Certificate in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification (2392-10)

Ideal for:

Anyone who is seeking to be trained and acquire the practical skills to undertake initial verification as described in part 6, chapter 61 of BS7671:2008 the 17th edition of the wiring regulations. City and Guilds 2392-10 is an excellent preparation for delegates who are considering undertaking the challenges offered by the qualification, Level 3 Certificate in Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical Installations.

City and Guilds 2392-10 is particularly beneficial for electricians who are about to undertake external assessments for the purposes of Part P registration by a competent person’s scheme assessor, or for the assessment by the NICEIC’s inspecting engineer’s and any other organisations who are responsible for assessing competencies of applicants that are enrolled within a nationally recognised competent person’s scheme.

City and Guilds - Level 2 Award Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal and External Environment ( 3667-02: 102/103)

Ideal for:

The course is ideally suited for data comms cabling installers and network cabling technicians who have some previous experience in installing data cabling, but are wishing to seek new skills and opportunities or are possibly required, as part of an expanding role, to possess a nationally recognised qualification.

City & Guilds 3667-02:102/103 demonstrates, that delegates that they have been thoroughly assessed and can confidently install, terminate and test fibre optic cabling, both for premises fibre networks and external telco networks.

City and Guilds - Level 3 Award in Initial and Periodic Inspection and Testing of Electrical Installations (2391-52)

Ideal for:

This fast-paced course is aimed at highly-experienced, practising electrical inspectors, including electricians, who have already been carrying out the processes of Initial verification and Periodic Inspection (including inspection, testing and condition reporting) as per the requirements of BS 7671 and require a formal, recognised qualification.

It is important to note that this course (and more importantly, the syllabus) anticipate that candidates have an understanding of electrical theory - including the effects of resistances on cables, common electrical equations, etc., and how to work safely in accordance with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.

City and Guilds - Level 3 Award in Service Testing & Inspecting of Electrical Equipment (2377-22)

Ideal for:

Anyone who is involved in carrying out the practical tests on electrical equipment. Successful candidates will gain a nationally recognised qualification.

Although there are no pre entry requirements to attend this course, we do recommend that you should have prior knowledge of basic electrical theory and electrical principles together with a basic understanding of electrical definitions and terminologies.

City and Guilds - Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations - BS 7671 (2018) (2382-18)

Ideal for:

Any individuals involved in electrical installations - whether they are in the domestic, industrial or commercial sector of the electrical installation industry.

Successful candidates will gain the nationally recognised qualification for the 18th Edition of the Wring Regulations - City and Guilds 2382-18.

Although there are no pre-entry requirements to attend this course, we strongly recommend that prospective candidates have prior personal knowledge of electrical theory and terminologies, together with a basic understanding of electrical installation principles and circuits