City & Guilds 2382-12 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course Overview
This City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations training course is designed to meet the requirements of BS7671 - known as the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations. The British Standard 7671 is constantly being updated by City & Guilds, with the latest version being the BS7671:2011, which came into effect from 1st January 2012.
City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations is primarily aimed at practicing electricians, electrical engineers, electrical contractors,
electrical consultants, electrical designers and new entrants .
It is a legal requirement in the UK for every electrician to have passed the City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations training course. Once you have gained this qualification you will be eligible to register to a Competent Person Scheme such as Elecsa or NICEIC.
The 17th Edition Wiring Regulations training course is 100% theory based and does not require any entry requirements. The only assumption for delegates who sit the course is that they have a basic knowledge of electrical understanding.
For further information on this City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations course please see the Theory Overview tab.
City & Guilds 2382-12 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course - Theory Overview
The City & Guilds 2382-12 17th Edition Wiring Regulations training course consists of 3 days theory based learning in a classroom environment. The course includes a multiple choice online exam on day 3 of the course, which covers the underpinning knowledge relating to the content and application of BS7671 17th Edition. The exam is one hour in duration and open book, which means delegates are allowed to refer to the IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition BS7671 booklet, supplied by PPL Training on the course.
There are eight units that make up the course relating to Parts 1-7 and the Appendices of BS7671, including:-
- Scope, object and fundamental electrical principles
- Electrical Definitions
- Electrical Assessment of general characteristics
- Protection for electrical safety
- Selection and erection of electrical equipment
- Electrical Inspection and testing
- Special electrical installations or locations
Pre-course reading for the City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations course is advisable through the revision of the ''Requirements for Electrical Installations - 17th Edition : (BS 7671: 2008) Book. A copy of this will be given to you during your course with PPL Training and can also be purchased using our online electrical shop.
For further information on this City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations course, please see the FAQs tab.
There are no practical elements for the City & Guilds 2382-12 17th Edition Wiring Regulations training course.
City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course - FAQs
Course times: 9am until approx 4.30pm
Course Duration: 3 days
Assessment Method: Online multiple-choice examination
Q - What books do I need to bring for the course?
A - We provide you with a copy of the BSI 17th Edition Wiring Regulations to use on the course, although we strongly recommend you purchase your own copy. The BSI 17th Edition Wiring Regulations can be purchased from our online electrical shop.
Q - What are the course times?
A - Three weekdays in a row (9am - 4.30pm, with a late finish on the last day 6.30pm)
Q - How much deposit is required?
A - £200
Q- How do I get more information about the City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course?
A - Call us on 0845 2600 966 or request a brochure pack
Q- How do I book a place on the City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course?
A - Book online for your chosen date or call us on 0845 2600 966.
Q- Where do people come from to take the City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course?
A - We train people from all over the UK for the City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Course; York, Leeds, Newcastle, Barnsley, Hull, Sheffield, Manchester, Scunthorpe, Nottingham, Chesterfield, Stockport, Liverpool, Bolton, Oldham, Warrington, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Halifax, Harrogate, Derby, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Darlington, Rotherham, Doncaster, Nottingham, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, Humberside, Grimsby, Cleveland, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Lincoln, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Northern England, Midlands, Birmingham, West Midlands; they come from national plumbing and heating companies, self-employed plumbers, builders, gas engineers, solar electrical engineers and renewable energy engineers, London, South East, Bristol, Birmingham, UK.
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