17th Edition Courses Birmingham | City & Guilds 2382-15 Courses
Course Duration: 3 Days
Location: Premier Meetings Solihull (Hockley Heath, M42), Stratford Road, Hockley Heath, Solihull, West Midlands, B94 6NX
Certification Gained: City & Guilds 2382-15 Level 3 Award in Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671: 2008 (2015)
Assessment: Candidates will be expected to complete a two hour examination after the third day of the course.
Recommended Reading: Attendees should own a copy of the current Amendment 3 version of the IET Wiring Regulations book and bring it with them.
As a classroom only course, the 17th Edition Birmingham course does not include any practical aspects.
Alongside the features taught on the previous 17th Edition, the new course covers all elements of amendment 3 including the following:
- Part 2 Definitions
- Chapter 52 – Selection and Erection of the Wiring Cables
- Section 557 Auxiliary Circuits
- Section 717 Mobile and Transportable Units
- Section 559, 714 and 715: Luminaires and Lighting Installations
- Section 715 Extra-low Voltage Lighting
- Section 714 Outdoor Lighting Installations
- Chapter 41 Protection against Electric Shock
- ‘Cmin’ Factor
- Chapter 42 Protection against Thermal Effects
- Condition Report
What’s included in the price?
- £20 off a multifunction tester at PAT-Services.co.uk
- Lunches and refreshments
- City & Guilds exam fees
- Course materials (excluding 17th Edition Regulations)
The 17th Edition 3rd amendment course in Birmingham is ideally suited to those who would like to work in environments that require 17th Edition standards or for those who are currently working as an electrician, but need to update their skills to incorporate Amendment 3.
All those wanting to study this course must have an interest in the subject.
Progression and Development
As the 17th Edition qualification is the standard qualification for most types of electrical work, it is required for anyone wanting to forge a career in electrics and will allow all successful candidates to move on to further, higher level qualifications.
It is essential that all those wanting to study the 17th Edition Birmingham course have a keen interest in the subject matter and, prior electrical knowledge and training would be extremely useful.
Course Reading Material
All learners should read and bring to the course, a copy of the current 17th Edition wiring regulations.
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