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Course Duration: 3 day(s)

C & G 2382-18 18th Edition for Experienced Electricians

Introduction


The City and Guilds 2382-18 '18th Edition' electrical qualification replaces the former 2382-15 '17th Edition'.

Available as either a 3 or 5 day course for experienced or inexperienced/non electricians who don't hold a previous qualification it can also be taken as a 1 day Upgrade course for people already holding the 17th Edition (see separate course entry).

For experienced electricians this can be taken as a 3 day course.

The 3 day course is also suitable for electricians who already hold their '17th Edition' but would like some extra theory training and a chance to refresh their knowledge before taking the exam.

It should be noted that the on-line exam covers the whole of the 18th Edition and no upgrade version is available.

Objective


To achieve the 18th Edition, City and Guilds 2382-18 qualification.

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 (120 minutes).

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

IET Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2018

Synopsis


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

The scope, object and fundamental principles OF BS 7671
The definitions used within BS 7671
How to assess the general characteristics of electrical installations
The requirements of protection for safety for electrical installations
The requirements for selection and erection of equipment for electrical installations
The requirements of inspection and testing of electrical installations
The requirements of special installations or locations as identified in BS 7671
Understand the information contained within the appendices of BS 7671