Training delivered by highly experienced, qualified personnel
The Electricity At Work Regulations (1989) emphasise the need for all electrical equipment and fixed installations to be regularly inspected and tested for safety by 'competent, suitably qualified persons'.
To enable electrical engineers to satisfy these requirements and gain competence.
Ethos offer a range of courses delivered by highly experienced, qualified personnel at venues across the country.
For the Ethos 7001.01 and Ethos 7001.02 it is essential that all delegates obtain a copy of BS7671 (latest edition) and the IEE Guidance Note 3 Inspection and Testing (latest edition) as these will be used throughout the course.
These can be obtained from Ethos, the IEE or the NICEIC.
In-house courses (at customers premises) are available — details on request.
City & Guilds 2382-10
17th Edition 3 day course. Level 3 Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations - BS 7671:2008 - 17th Edition Wiring Regulations C&G82-10
A 3 day short course aimed at anyone involved in the design, construction and inspection and testing of electrical systems, also a nationally recognised must have qualification for companies seeking to recruit electricians.
This course is intended to introduce the candidate to a working knowledge of the Wiring Regulations along with a brief overview of the Electricity at Work Regulations covering their statutory duties. Previous knowledge of the regulations is not assumed, however a fundamental knowledge of electrical principles is assumed.
The examination is a 2 hour multiple choice, open book PC based examination with instant results.
The course costs include examination entry fees, a buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
Portable Appliance Testing
Training and development course. Duration: one day (08:30-16:30)
This course is for those undertaking and recording inspection and testing of electrical equipment. Also suitable for those managers/ administrators responsible for providing maintenance systems.
Why test? The Law (current legislation); What is portable apparatus? Testing standards, equipment class (class1/class2 etc); Location For Testing; Frequency of testing; Keeping records; Practical hands-on use of pat tester. City & Guild 2377-001 Management of Electrical Equipment Maintenance and 2377-002 Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment courses are also available through Ethos training, please contact us on 0191 378 3990 for further information.
Certificate in Portable Appliance Testing City & Guilds 2377-02 C&G77
A one-day 'practical' workshop aimed at anyone involved in the inspection and testing of portable electrical equipment, covering everything necessary to successfully achieve the attached City and Guilds examination, with certification awarded to successful candidates. The course includes both a theory element and a practical element.
Why test? The Law (current legislation); What is portable apparatus? Testing standards, equipment class (class1/class2 etc); Location For Testing; Frequency of testing; Keeping records; Practical/ ‘hands-on’ use of pat tester City & Guild 2377- 001 Management of Electrical Equipment Maintenance and 2377-002 Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment courses are also available through Ethos training, please contact us on the number below for further information.
The examination is a 1 hour multiple choice, open book PC based examination with instant results.
The course costs include comprehensive course notes based on the latest edition of the Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Portable Electrical Equipment, examination entry fees, a buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
Recommended book list: Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Portable Electrical Equipment ISBN 0-85296-776-4.
The Code of Practice which is required for the examination can be loaned by ourselves for the duration of the course and examination.
City & Guilds 2381
Requirements for electrical installations bs7671: inc. latest amendment 2002 (16th edition regs course). Duration 2 days.
Aimed at practical electricians and electrical contractors the course is intended to ensure that they are familiar with the layout, content and use of the regulations. The course is also suitable for those who may require a basic working knowledge of the 16th Edition wiring regulations.
Detailed examination of all parts of the BS7671, Selection and Sizing of Cables, Sizing of Protective Conductors, Using the IEE on-site guide, preparation for the C&G 2381. It is essential that all delegates obtain a copy of 16th edition wiring regulations including amendments and a copy of the latest edition of the on-site guide. These can be obtained from Ethos, the IEE, or the NICEIC.
City & Guilds 2391
Inspection, testing and certification of electrical installations. Duration 3 days plus 1 day for revision/exam technique.
This course is aimed at those who are directly involved in inspection and testing of electrical installations to BS7671 & require to become certified for NICEIC purposes. delegates must possess relevant practical experience and a good working knowledge of BS7671.
- A three day programme covering the requirements of BS7671 for inspection, testing and certification, practical demonstration of certain tests ‘hands-on’ sessions and preparation for practical assessment and written exam.
- A practical assessment of up to 4 hours duration, one to one with a qualified assessor.
- A written examination (closed book) in two sections comprising short answer and structured questions.
City & Guilds 2382-20
17th Edition 1 day course. Level 3 Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations - Update - BS 7671:2008 - 17th Edition Update C&G82-2
A one-day short course aimed at anyone who holds one or more of the following certificates:
- City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671: June 2001 (2381) or
- City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology Installation (Building and Structures) (2330-07) or
- City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology Electrical Maintenance (2330-08) or
- City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Electrical Installation Part Two (2360) (from January 1st 2004 onwards only)
It is assumed from the outset that the candidate has knowledge of BS 7671:2001, if this is not the case, even if you do hold one of the certificates above, we would highly recommend our 3 Day ETHOS 7001.04 C&G 2382-10 course.
The course will provide an insight into the changes between BS 7671:2001 and BS 7671:2008. It will focus on the changes in terminology, new additions, deleted regulations and reasoning behind the new tabulated values.
The examination is a 1 hour 30 question multiple choice, open book pc based examination with instant results.
The course costs include examination entry fees, a buffet lunch and refreshments.