Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671 2018 (18th Edition) 2382-601
The course provides a complete overview of the current BS 7671 Regulations.
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To gain a thorough understanding of the 18th Edition Regulations and successfully achieve the qualification.
At the end of the course you will be:
- Conversant with the format, content and the application of BS 7671 : 2018 (18th Edition)
- Aware of the purposes, structure and content of the IEE On-Site Guide and be able to use this in support of BS 7671.
- Structure of BS 7671 and IEE on-site guide
- Scope, object and fundamental principles
- Terminology and definitions
- Assessment of general characteristics
- Over current protection, cable sizing and voltage drop
- Isolation and switching
- Shock protection, earthing and bonding
- Selection and erection of equipment
- Inspection and testing
- Special installations or locations
This course is classroom based and contains no practical work.
Each candidate is required to demonstrate understanding through a 2 hour, 60 question, open book, multi-choice on-line examination.
This course is delivered at TTE (UK) Middlesbrough and Middlesbrough College. For more information call the team.Download PDF
Successful delegates will receive a City & Guilds Certificate.
Middlesbrough or Customer Premises
The course is aimed at practising electricians with relevant experience, who are looking to develop or update their knowledge of the IEE Wiring Regulations. The regulations came into force in January 2012 and have been the standards since this date. The 18th Edition course is the recognised qualification for the implementation of the standards and successful completion will prove the candidate is capable of working to this level.
Candidates should possess a reasonable command of written and spoken English. Previous knowledge of electrical principles is required. The candidate is required to bring photographic identification to the course (ie passport/photo driving licence). The course will refer to the BS 7671 Regulations and the On-Site Guide. These are available to use during the course or you may wish to bring your own copies.