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.
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Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment from EAL (600/4340/4)/ C&G (2377) commonly referred to as PAT Testing gives learners an understanding of the theory and practice of the in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment. This qualification is for those who wish to carry out formal visual inspections, and inspections and tests of electrical equipment or electricians who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills those who wish to pursue a career in the electrotechnical / building services sector.
This is a 1-day classroom-based course that covers the skills and knowledge required to carry out the in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment. This Award has one unit which covers: statutory and non-statutory requirements, electrical units, equipment construction, inspection and testing theory, practical inspection and testing of equipment and completion of documentation. In detail, the following topics are covered:
Followed by numerous practise questions to boost confidence and get the students to familiarise themselves with the exam methodology.
EAL:- Two Tasks
City & Guilds:- Three Tasks
Online Open-book multiple-choice exam
EAL:- 40 Questions - 80 Minutes Duration, min. Pass marks 60%
City & Guilds:- 50 Questions - 100 Minutes Duration, min. Pass marks 80%
There are no formal requirements to enrol for the course, but we insist the students should have a keen interest in electrical technology and should be able to understand and communicate in English.
All students must have a copy of "Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (4th Edition)" ISBN: 978-1-84919-626-0
Upon successful completion of it, students will receive a Level 3 certificate which will help the learners to work as qualified electricians. This certification is recognised across many industries, including:
If you want to increase your knowledge further, this qualification can help you move on to others - for example:
For management and engineering roles, you may need to move on to a Level 4 qualification such as the High Professional Diploma in Building Services Engineering (4467).