Combined Electrical Course - Part P, 18th Edition Wiring Regulations, Domestic Periodic Inspection and Testing
This combined course brings together Part P, 18th Edition and Domestic Periodic Inspection and Testing to provide the knowledge, understanding and certification required to be able to work in the domestic electrical industry.
Course objectives/key benefits
To provide the relevant knowledge, understanding and skills required to undertake domestic electrical work.
Who is the course aimed at?
Anyone looking to embark on a career within an electrical related industry or for anyone looking to update their existing skills and knowledge.
Ideally candidates undertaking this course should have a basic understanding of electrical work.
Anyone who has no electrical knowledge or would prefer to get a better understanding prior to this course is highly recommended to undertake our Basic Electrics course.
- Requirements of Building Regulations Approved Document 'Part P'
- BS 7671:2008 general requirements
- Using electrical test equipment
- Electrical safety legislation, regulations and standards
- Pre-work survey/inspection
- Safe isolation procedures
- Identification of unsafe electrical situations
- Earthing and bonding requirements
- Performing electrical test procedures
- Component and cable selection
- Installation techniques and component replacement
- Reading of test results and certification of completion
- Installation and routing of cables
- New circuitry requirements
- Special locations
- Lighting installations
Nine/ten days spread over a three to four week period.
Theory and practical tasks are carried out in the centre within small groups.
Some additional study in candidates' own time is also highly recommended.
Practical assessment in addition to a written examination, multiple-choice City and Guilds GOLA on-line examination and multiple-choice question papers.
Candidates who successfully complete the assessments will receive the appropriate certificates of competence and will also be able to carry out work in accordance with the scope of this course.
At the end of the course candidates will be aware of most of the requirements of the relevant British Standard as all of the most recent changes in the regulations as specified by the IEE.
The qualifications are required by a large percentage of employers within the industry.
It is also a requirement to be a member of a recognised accredited body (such as NICEIC, NAPIT etc.).
Candidates will need to have a copy of (and should study!!!);
These are available from electrical wholesalers or bookshops.
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