The 18th Edition course also knows as Requirements for Electrical installations BS7671: 2018 is a course which allows students to have an understanding of the wiring Regulations that are required when carrying out domestic or commercial electrical installation work.
Level 2 Fundamental Inspection and Testing course ideal for candidates with electrical installation experience but do not have knowledge about inspection and testing. It is approved by EAL with reference number 603/0144/2.
This is a package of two courses which have been developed for practising electrical who want to carry out Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical Installations. The course package is also suitable for those who wish to upgrade their skills in initial verification, certification, periodic inspection &...
At KE training we are offering a mature route for our NVQ Level 3 candidates to complete this course within 3-4 months. If you have been working in the electrical industry for a number of years and want an ECS Gold card then this qualification the way forward.
Health & Safety, Generation & Earthing Systems, Renewable Energy, Domestic Circuit Arrangements, Circuit Protection, Inspection & Testing, Fault Diagnosis Candidates will be required to complete an end of unit assessment PLUS gather evidence from the workplace of a domestic dwelling
The Design and Verification of Electrical Installations training course is a technical theory-based course aimed at personnel who have responsibilities within their control for the design and specification of electrical installations as well as the control of inspection and testing upon completion.
Part P or otherwise known as Level 3 Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings (City & Guilds 2393) or EAL Level 3 Award In Approving Electrical Installation Work in Dwellings in Compliance with Building Regulations (EAL 600/7859/5).
Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment from EAL (600/4340/4) commonly referred as PAT Testing gives learners an understanding of theory and practice of the in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment.