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Course Duration: 5 day(s)

C & G 2382-15 17th Edition for Inexperienced or Non Electricians

Introduction


The City and Guilds 2382-15 '17th Edition' electrical qualification is now available as two different courses depending on your background and experience. This has superseded the former 2382-10 qualification.

For inexperienced or non electricians this can be taken as a 5 day course.

Although aimed primarily at practising electricians it is also suitable for anyone wishing to demonstrate an understanding of the IEE 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (BS 7671).

There are no formal entry requirements but a basic knowledge of electrical science is essential. (Anyone with no knowledge at all should consider taking the CITB Essential and Refrigeration Electrics qualifications first.)

Objective

To achieve the City and Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition qualification. (This has superseded the 2382-12 version which was previously offered.)

Methodology

Teaching will be by means of presentations and discussion sessions combined with worked examples.

At the end of the course candidates will be required to complete one multiple choice, online test.

This is an open book assessment and candidates will be allowed to take in the following permitted reference material:

IEE Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2008

Synopsis

There are 8 learning outcomes and candidates will acquire a knowledge and understanding of:

Scope, object and fundamental principles
Definitions
Assessment of general characteristics
Protction for safety
Selection and erection of equipment
Inspection and testing
Special installations or locations
Appendices

Candidates will gain the following underpinning knowledge and be able to:

Identify examples of installations in the scope of BS 7671 and particular requirements for specific installations and locations.

Identify those installations that are excluded from BS 7671.

Identify those statutory regulations that may be supported by BS 7671.

State the requirements for installations in premises licensed under the statutory control of an authoritative body.

State the requirements regarding the fundamental principles relating to protection for safety, design, selection, erection, verification and certification of electrical installations.