2391-52 Electrical Inspection & Testing
The qualification prepares candidates for the initial/periodic verification of electrical installation work.
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To provide the candidate with the necessary skills and knowledge for initial/periodic testing and inspection of electrical installations.
At the end of the course delegates will have demonstrated practical competency and theoretical knowledge.
- Initial/periodic installation inspection
- Continuity of protective conductors/bonding
- Continuity of ring final circuit conductors and CPC
- Insulation resistance
- Earth electrode resistance
- Earth fault loop impedance
- Prospective fault current
- Operation of RCD’s
- Phase sequence
- Functional testing
- Volt drop
- Periodic inspection requirements/testing.
A combination of classroom delivery and practical hands-on in the workshop.Download PDF
Successful delegates will receive a City & Guilds Certificate.
Middlesbrough or Customer Premises
The course is aimed at qualified electricians or supervisors with limited experience of initial/periodic inspection of electrical installations, or, wishing to update their knowledge of electrical installation techniques. Level 3 is ideal if you are a qualified electrician and have a great deal of technical skills and knowledge. Working with minimum supervision and have a good record of safety, fault correction and ensuring work meets the required standard; or, you want to update your knowledge of techniques and legislation.
Candidates should possess a reasonable command of written and spoken English. Candidates must be 18 years of age and a qualified electrician, however may have limited experience. Entrants to the course must already possess the City & Guilds 2382-10 Certificate (or equivalent similar qualification/proof of electrical experience). The certification must be brought to the course as evidence of previous qualification/s. The candidate is required to bring photographic identification to the course (ie passport/photo driving licence). Course must be booked at least 8 weeks in advance, otherwise late registration fees will apply. No bookings can be taken two weeks prior to the start date. The course will refer to the Guidance Note 3 and the On-Site Guide. These are available to use during the course or you may wish to bring your own copies.