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Hull

This essential training course will teach you the fundamental requirements of the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations.

Based at our electrical training centre in Hull, you’ll study the latest requirements made under Amendment 3 of the Wiring Regs to ensure you’re fully compliant and working up to date.

This is a classroom-based training course with no practical elements; you will focus on learning and understanding the requirements of the regulations in the classroom, then be expected to take a multiple-choice examination at the end to confirm what you’ve learned during the training.

There are no formal entry requirements for this course; both new and existing electricians (or aspiring electricians) from the Hull area who are not yet qualified to Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations 17th edition should take this training course.

Note: if you already have a prior 17th edition course without Amendment 3, you are required to complete this course to remain in full compliance with regulations.

Sheffield

City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition Training Course Sheffield

Ensure you’re working in compliance with the very latest changes to the IET Wiring Regulations with our 17th Edition Training Course Sheffield.

Fully City and Guilds accredited, our 17th edition training incorporates the changes made under Amendment 3 of the Wiring Regs (2015) and is an essential course for electricians, electrical installers and anybody else involved at any stage with the installation of wiring in domestic, commercial and industrial properties.

It’s recommended that those attending the course have a copy of the current Amendment 3 book of the IET Wiring Regulations.

Note: Even if you have an existing 17th edition qualification before Amendment 3 was released, you must attend another course to ensure you’re up to date with the latest changes.

17th Edition City & Guilds 2382-15 - Exam Only

Get your City & Guilds 2382-15 qualification after studying our online course

Note: this is only to book your place on an examination after completing our 17th Edition Online course. If you are yet to attend a course with us, see the 17th Edition Online page for more information instead.

After studying our online 17th Edition course, you will be required to book and sit a stand-alone assessment to achieve the full 2382-15 qualification.

In order to be eligible for this examination, you must have either taken a 17th edition course with us or another provider. You will be asked to provide a copy of your training provider’s white paper as proof of study before enrolling. Candidates without proof will not be allowed to take this examination.

If you studied with PASS, your examination costs will have been included when you booked onto our 17th Edition Online course. For those from other providers, please contact us directly via the phone for more information on costs.  If you have studied with us, all you need to do is select the most appropriate venue and date, then sit the exam. You’ll receive your full 2382-15 17th edition qualification upon successful completion.

Locations

Please call us on 0845 365 39 45 to arrange a date to sit your exam at one of the following locations:

  • Basildon
  • Basingstoke
  • Birmingham
  • Bristol
  • Chesterfield
  • Dundee
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow
  • Leeds
  • Liverpool
  • South London
  • North London
  • Maidstone
  • Manchester
  • Milton Keynes
  • Newcastle
  • Nottingham
  • Stockton-On-Tees

Important Notice

This exam only part of the 17th Edition can be taken as a stand-alone exam if learners can prove that they have studied the course prior to enrolment. It follows the syllabus from the 2382-15 17th Edition including amendment one course programme and learners passing this exam will subsequently be able to work effectively to this standard carrying out necessary electrical work, installations and repairs.

Prior to taking the examination, it is advisable that learners study and revise the content of the course syllabus to ensure a thorough understanding.

17th Edition Course Online

Study in your own time with this online 17th Edition course, including City and Guilds exam

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To ensure you continue working and don’t have to take valuable time off work to complete essential training courses, PASS have developed an interactive Online 17th Edition Course which can be taken entirely at your own pace from the comfort of your own home.

We understand that it can be difficult to take time off work for training when it means losing money, so have developed an online version of the 2382-12 17th Edition course as a solution to your problems.

The course is fully interactive and takes you through the BS7671 course programme incorporating amendment one and the required guided learning hours needed to achieve this qualification, a feature that courses from other providers do not have.

By completing this course and passing the exam you will achieve a City and Guilds 2382-12 course qualification. Over 98% of people who sit this course pass their exam first time!

Book Online

You can book your course at trainingcourse.com.

Licenses to the online course expire 6 months from purchase; we recommend completing your City & Guilds 2382-12 exam within this time period.

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Course Detail

The content of the 17th Edition online course covers the training specified in the 2382-12 course and also incorporates all the new features of amendment one. As part of the training programme, learners will cover all aspects of the previous 17th Edition alongside the new sections covered in Amendment one. This means that the course will teach to the current 17th Edition standard and allows successful learners to work to this level.

The new sections of 17th Edition Amendment one covered in this course are as follows:

New Section 444 – Measures against Electromagnetic disturbances:Any equipment such as lifts, transformers and fluorescent lighting can cause electromagnetic disturbances and this interference can damage IT equipment, components and circuits.  This new section suggests recommendations to avoid and reduce electromagnetic disturbances.

New Section 534 – Devices for protection against overvoltage (surge protection): Transient voltages can have a peak value of 6kV. Lightning strike and electrical switching can give transient overvoltages to installations. This new section requires the installation of SPDs to limit transient overvoltages and divert surge current away from sensitive equipment.

New Section 710 – Medical locations: Strict measures are needed to ensure the safety of medical patients especially where they are likely to be subjected to the application of medical electrical equipment.

New Section 729 – Operating or maintenance gangways: Regulation 15 of the Electricity at Work Act requires working space, access and lighting to be correctly and adequately provided where work is being carried out. This new section includes requirements for gangway width, access, emergency access and emergency evacuation.

Appendix Six – Model forms for certification and reporting: Periodic inspection and testing is required because electrical installations can deteriorate over time. As legislation states that electrical installations should be maintained, periodic inspection and testing of installations is required.

Mock Exam

Upon reaching the end of the online course there is also a realistic 60 question multiple choice exam based on past City and Guilds questions. The questions are rotated so that you can take the exam multiple times to be confident that when you sit the exam with us for real you’ll have had the preparation you need to pass the 2382-12.

Assessment

Assessment for this course takes the form of a two hour examination which can be booked as a single exam at any of our exam only training centres located across the UK. The price of the online course includes the 2382-12 exam and City and Guilds registration, so you just need to find a location close to you at a date to suit you. See the Exam Only Course pages for further information on your nearest centre.

Certification

Those successfully passing the online course and exam will receive a 17th Edition 2382-12 Amendment One course qualification.

Price

The price of the 2382-12 Online is £299.00 (£358.80 inc VAT) and Includes the City and Guilds Exam. To give you added peace of mind we also offer a 7 day money back guarantee. If you are not entirely happy we’ll refund you the full purchase price of the course as long as you have not booked the exam.

Exam Locations

Once the recommended learning hours have been completed, simply call 0845 365 39 45 to arrange a date to sit your exam at one of the following locations:

  • Basildon
  • Basingstoke
  • Birmingham
  • Bristol
  • Chesterfield
  • Dundee
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow
  • Leeds
  • Liverpool
  • South London
  • North London
  • Maidstone
  • Manchester
  • Milton Keynes
  • Newcastle
  • Nottingham
  • Stockton-On-Tees

What to do next?

17th edition online courses are provided by our partner site and you can book online or call 0845 365 39 45.

Once you have enrolled on the course and completed it simply contact us on 0845 365 39 45 and we will arrange for the exam at one of our locations across the UK.

Course Suitability

Those most suited to the interactive online version of the 17th Edition qualification include those who are too busy to take time off to attend a regular training course and those who prefer to learn in the comfort of their own environment.

Anyone who wants to gain a 17th Edition amendment one qualification should either already work in an environment which requires 17th Edition or want to.

Progression and Development

As 17th Edition is the standard qualification for most types of electrical work, it is a required qualification for anyone carrying out work of this nature.

Those successfully passing the course and exam will be able to move on to study further electrical qualifications if desired.

Pre-requisites

Anyone wanting to study the 17th Edition online course must have an interest in the subject. Learners will find that any prior electrical qualifications will help them during the study of this course qualification.

Essential Reading

To guide you through the course you will need a copy of the following:

Stockton-on-Tees

Based in the North East? Take out 3rd Amendment workshop in Stockton to keep up-to-date with the IET Wiring Regulations

The third amendment to the BS7671 Wiring Regulations will be published in January 2015 with the details of the changes announced in November 2014.

The details of the new amendment will not come into force until July 2015, so there is a bit of time to get up to date and ensure a thorough understand how these changes affect working practices.

The 17th Edition 3rd amendment workshop is available to ensure that learners understand the changes and how they are to be implemented.

Watford (London)

Based in Watford, this course ensures you’re up to date with the IET Wiring Regulations

The City and Guilds 2382-15 electrical course in London follows the IEE 17th Edition Wiring Regulations incorporating Amendment 3 and teaches candidates 17th Edition to this standard.

The 17th Edition Amendment 1 was published in January 2015 and comes in to force July 2015. Any previous qualifications that you hold have now been superseded by this qualification.

If you work in a field that requires 17th Edition qualifications you will need this course to ensure that you remain employable and up to the current regulation standards.

Chesterfield

Become fully qualified to the current regulations, including Amendment 3!

Fully City and Guilds accredited, the 2382-15 17th edition course Derbyshire trains learners to the latest standards outlined in the IET Wiring Regulations, including the changes brought in by Amendment 3 (which came into force in July 2015).

Anyone involved with wiring installations, commissioning and other jobs around domestic and commercial properties must be certified to carry out work in accordance with the Wiring Regulations. This course gives you a fully accredited certificate that proves you as certified to carry out work to 17th Edition standards.

This course is run regularly throughout the year at our Chesterfield training venue and is ideal for those around the Derbyshire area, including Sheffield, Matlock, Mansfield, Worksop and Derby.

Note: Already certified to 17th edition standards, but not to Amendment 3? If so, you are required to take another course to ensure you are compliant with the Amendment 3 changes. Please call us for more information on the options available to you.

What Are the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations?

Regularly revised and published by the Institute of Engineering and Technology (the IET), the Wiring Regulations are the industry standard regulations for completing electrical work in the UK.

The current version of the book, Amendment 3, officially released in 2015 and is mandatory as of July 2015.

We recommend that all learners attending the 17th edition course Derbyshire purchase a copy of the book and bring it with them to the course for reference.

You can purchase a copy of the IET Wiring Regulations directly from us via our test equipment website, Tester.co.uk. Just follow this link for more information.

Newcastle

C&G accredited course incorporating Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations

If you want a 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification in Newcastle, then the industry standard is the City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition training course. This 17th Edition course is the most up to date version of the IEE British Wiring Regulations.

All those who work within the electrical industry or complimentary trades will find this course very useful. On successful completion you will hold a recognized qualification, as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the Regulations.

If you have completed previous wiring regulations courses then you will still need to do this course in order to get you working to the current standard. This is a must have course for anyone working in the electrical domain. It is perfectly located for those in the Newcastle areas.

Maidstone (Kent)

City and Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition Course Maidstone

Ideal for those in Kent and the surrounding area

If you’re looking for a 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification in Maidstone, then the industry standard is the City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition training course. This 17th Edition course is the most up to date version of the IEE British Wiring Regulations.

All those who work within the electrical industry will find this course very useful. On successful completion you will hold an industry wide recognized qualification, as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the Regulations.

If you have completed previous wiring regulations courses then you will still need to do this course in order to get you working to the current standard. This is a must have course for anyone working in the electrical domain. It is perfectly located for those in Maidstone, Kent areas.

Gloucester

Ensure you’re up to scratch with the latest updates to the Wiring Regulations

Based in Gloucester, our 17th edition electrical course covers the fundamentals of the IET Wiring Regulations, including Amendment 3 and all relevant updates.

As of January 2015 electricians are required to sit the City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition course. The new standards are enforced July 2015.

Any domestic or commercial electrician should have a familiarity with 17th Edition requirements and possess a relevant 2382-15 qualification.

Leicester

Includes the latest changes made under Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations

If you want a 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification in Leicester, then the industry standard is the City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition training course. This 17th Edition course is the most up to date version of the IET British Wiring Regulations.

All those who work within the electrical industry will find this course very useful. On successful completion you will hold an industry wide recognised qualification, as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the Regulations.

If you have completed previous wiring regulations courses then you will still need to do this course in order to get you working to the current standard. This is a must have course for anyone working in the electrical domain. It is perfectly located for those in the Leicester area.

Manchester

17th Edition Training in Manchester

Incorporating the latest changes made under Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations

From January 2015, the 2382-15 17th Edition course Manchester becomes the only 17th Edition qualification available as the older 17th Edition course is being retired.

Even experienced electricians will need to update their qualification to the new 17th Edition by July 2015 in order to stay current.

If you are new to the industry, the 2382-15 Manchester is the course you will need, to gain a 17th Edition qualification.

Birmingham

17th Edition Birmingham Course incorporating Amendent No. 3

Anyone working within the electrical sector should have sound, working knowledge of the IET’s 17th Edition Wiring Regulations. At Electrical Training Course, we run regular training courses for the City and Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition Birmingham.

Incorporating the latest changes made under Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regs (2015), our Birmingham 17th edition course is taught by experienced, professional tutors and is City and Guilds accredited. During the course, you will learn about each section of the IET Wiring Regulations, complete with full guidance from our tutors to help you prepare for the online exam taken at the end of the course.

It is recommended that candidates have a copy of the IET Wiring Regulations for this course. The most up-to-date version of the book is yellow in colour and includes Amendment 3 changes. You can purchase a copy of the book directly from our test equipment website, Tester.co.uk.

Note: even if you have an existing 17th edition qualification, you will need to attend an updated course which includes the Amendment 3 content. Attending our 17th edition Birmingham course is ideal for ensuring that you continue working to the corect standards.

The 2382-15 training officially replaces the older 2382-12 course. You are no longer required to complete a 2382-12 course, as it has been deemed obsolete and does not include up-to-date conten

South London (Surrey)

City and Guilds accreditation in 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (Amendment 3), ideal for those in the Surrey area

If you want a 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification in South London, then the industry standard is the City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition training course. This 17th Edition course is the most up to date version of the IEE British Wiring Regulations.

All those who work within the electrical industry will find this course very useful. On successful completion you will hold an industry wide recognized qualification, as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the Regulations.

If you have completed previous wiring regulations courses then you will still need to do this course in order to get you working to the current standard. This is a must have course for anyone working in the electrical domain. It is perfectly located for those in the Surrey and South London areas.

Stockton-on-Tees

City and Guilds 17th Edition Stockton Training Course

This course covers all of the changes made under Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations and gains you a full City and Guilds qualification.

Ideal for those in Teesside, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Durham, Newcastle and other areas around the North East, our 17th edition course Stockton ensures you get the qualification you need to work to the requirements of the IET’s Wiring Regulations.

As of July 2015, this course became mandatory, replacing previous versions of the 17th edition course. This new course – 2382-15 – reflects the changes made under Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations (2015)*.

This course takes place in our dedicated electrical training centre at Stockton-On-Tees and is regularly ran throughout the year.

We recommend that candidates purchase, read and bring with them a copy of the IET Wiring Regulations (Amendment 3). If you don’t have a copy, you can buy one directly from our test equipment website by following this link.

*Note: If you already have an existing 17th edition qualification, you need to attend another training course to update yourself to Amendment 3 standards. We run regular 1 day workshops for those with prior experience – please call us for more information.

Merseyside

17th Edition Amendment 3 training course ideal for those in the Liverpool area

If you want a 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification in Merseyside, then the industry standard is the City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition training course. This 17th Edition course is the most up to date version of the IEE British Wiring Regulations.

All those who work within the electrical industry will find this course very useful. On successful completion you will hold an industry wide recognized qualification, as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the Regulations.

If you have completed previous wiring regulations courses then you will still need to do this course in order to get you working to the current standard. This is a must have course for anyone working in the electrical domain. It is perfectly located for those in the Merseyside and Liverpool area.

Leeds

Incorporating the latest changes made under Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations

Want to study towards a 17th edition qualification in Leeds? This industry-standard City and Guilds course is an excellent solution for anyone looking for this qualification.

Our 17th edition Leeds training course follows the course syllabus of 2382-15 which takes into account the changes made under Amendment 3 of the IET Wiring Regulations (2015).

Having a fundamental knowledge of the Wiring Regulations is essential for anyone involved at any part of an electrical installation’s design, implementation and upkeep. This course is suitable for electricians, mangers, duty holders and anyone else involved with electrical work, and it is a legal requirement to ensure that any work carried out adheres to the 17th Edition Wiring regulations at all times.

Note: those who have atteneded 17th edition training in the past need to update their knowledge to include Amendment 3 of the Wiring Regs. You should retake this course to ensure you’re up to date with this content.

Motherwell (Glasgow)

Learn all about Amendment 3 of the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations from our Glasgow electrical training venue.

If you are looking for a 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification in Glasgow, then this City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition training course is for you. The 17th Edition course including the 3rd amendment is the most up to date version of the IEE British Wiring Regulations.

All those who work within the electrical industry will find this course very useful. On successful completion you will hold an industry recognized qualification, as well as a comprehensive knowledge of the IEE Regulations.

If you have completed previous wiring regulations courses then you will still need to do this course in order to get you working to the current standard. This is a must have course for anyone working in the electrical domain. This course is located in Motherwell in the surrounding area of Glasgow.

3rd Amendment Workshop

As of July 2015, all people involved with installing, constructing and inspecting/testing electrical installations must comply with the rules and regulations outlined in the IET Wiring Regulations 17th Edition: Amendment 3.

Several changes were made to the IET Wiring Regulations under the 3rd Amendment (2015) – to help you to understand these changes and how they may affect your work on a daily basis, PASS is now running regular 3rd amendment workshops.

Course Suitability

This workshop is best suited to those with an existing 17th edition qualification who want to gain an understanding of how the changes made under Amendment 3 affect them.

There are no formal requirements for this workshop. Anyone can attend, but a working knowledge of the previous 17th edition regulations would be beneficial.

What Does the 3rd Amendment Workshop Cover?

Contents of the seminar will include:

  • Why the regulations are updated
  • Another change to the numbering system!
  • Why none of us are competent anymore
  • Documented risk assessments where RCDs may not be necessary for additional protection
  • Why are all the Zs values changing – the Cmin factor
  • Why plastic consumer units ‘may’ no longer be suitable in domestic installations
  • Protection against overheating
  • The EMC directive – Compatibility
  • Wiring systems in escape routes
  • New Section 557 – Auxiliary Circuits – what are they?
  • Update to RCDs in bathrooms
  • New Section 714 – Outdoor lighting installations
  • New Section 715 – Extra-Low Voltage Lighting Installations
  • Changes to the certification – Risk assessment and new inspection schedules

17th Edition Update Course Benefits

Candidates will gain a full understanding of the changes introduced to BS7671:2008.

Certification

On completion of the 3rd Amendment Workshop, candidates will receive a certificate of attendance from PASS.

What Should You Bring?

  • Scientific calculator (smart phones are not acceptable)
  • Pen and paper

Length

One day course.

Locations

We run this course on-site and nationwide in the following venues:

  • Birmingham
  • Carlisle
  • Chesterfield
  • Motherwell (Glasgow)
  • Gloucester
  • Leeds
  • Manchester
  • Merseyside
  • Newcastle
  • Nottingham
  • Stockton-on-Tees
  • South London (Surrey)
  • Watford (London)

Dates

Dates are available by selecting a location on the left menu. Alternatively, please contact us or call on 0845 365 39 45.

Cost

£99+VAT

How to Book

You can book online, contact us or call on 0845 365 39 45.

Dundee

City and Guilds accredited 17th edition training course based in Dundee

Train with PASS at our 17th edition course Dundee and ensure you’re fully in compliance with the latest version of the IET Wiring Regulations!

If you’re carrying out or involved with electrical work in the UK, it is required that you show you have full understanding of the Wiring Regulations and how to implement them as part of your work. This course gives you a full, City and Guilds accredited certificate in this discipline and the course’s content is in line with Amendment 3 of the Wiring Regulations, which became mandatory from 2015.

This course is ideal for those in the Dundee area, including Newport-on-Tay, Tayport, Wormit, St Andrews and Tealing.

It is a good idea to familiarise yourself with the IET Wiring Regulations book before attending this course. We recommend bringing this with you when you attend. Not got a copy? You can get one from us directly via our test equipment website, Tester.co.uk.

Note: if you already have taken a 17th edition course previously that did not include the Amendment 3 changes, you are required to attend another course to ensure you’re up to date. We regularly also run workshops for those with previous experience – please call us directly for more information.

Bristol

Our Bristol 17th edition course will get you fully qualified to the latest standards of the IET Wiring Regulations, including Amendment 3 (2015).

The Bristol 17th edition course is fully accredited by City and Guilds and gives you a recognised qualification (2382-15), allowing you to move on to further qualifications and start a career in the electrical industry.

By taking this course, you will gain thorough understanding of the IET Wiring Regulations and how they apply to the daily work of electrical installers and all other professionals involved with electrical work. The course is theory-based, and finished with an open-book exam upon successful completion of the modules.

City and Guilds 2382-15 takes into account the latest changes to the Wiring Regs – Amendment 3 – which officially became mandatory in July 2015.  For those already with an existing 17th edition qualification, you must take the course again to ensure you remain compliant with the latest changes brought under Amendment 3.

The Bristol 17th edition course is ideal for those in both Bristol and the surrounding area, including Keynsham, Weston-super-Mare, Thornbury and Bath.

What Are The 17th Edition Regulations?

Anyone involved with electrical work at any stage in a property must work to the standards outlined by the IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671).

Regularly revised to reflect changes brought about by new innovations and installation techniques, the IET Wiring Regs have become the industry standard for work on electrics in the UK. It is recommended that all people considering taking the Bristol 17th edition course own a copy of the latest edition of the Wiring Regs.

You can purchase a copy of the book you will need from this link.

City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition Course

The latest version of City and Guilds’ 2382-15 17th Edition Course, incorporating the important changes made under Amendment 3.

Book Your Place Online Today!

  • Course Duration: 3 days
  • Locations: available in Birmingham, Bristol, Chesterfield, Dundee, Gloucester, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Maidstone (Kent), Manchester, Merseyside, Motherwell (Glasgow), Newcastle, Sheffield, South London (Surrey), Stockton-on-Tees and Watford (London)
  • Full Course Name/Qualification: City & Guilds 2382-15 Level 3 Award in Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671: 2008 (2015)
  • Course Requirements – no formal requirements – a solid understanding of electrical installations and electrical science is recommended
  • What’s Included?: City and Guilds examination fees, lunch and refreshments on each day of the course, course materials (excluding a copy of the IET Wiring Regulations) and £20 off a multifunction tester at PAT-Services.co.uk

As this course is heavily based on the IET Wiring Regulations book, it is highly recommended you bring your own up-to-date copy to the training.

We are not able to supply books to trainees on the day – you can purchase a copy of the book directly from our test equipment website, www.tester.co.uk >>

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Why Take the City and Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition Course?

It is an absolute essential for anyone involved with electrical installations at any point to have a fundamental understanding of the latest 17th Edition Wiring Regulations.

Although mainly aimed at domestic installers and electricians, this course is also highly recommended for those involved with electrical work including contract managers, designers, electrical engineers, consultants, surveyors and any other related trades. It is also an essential to ensure you are working to the current standards, so those with a prior qualification will also need to consider updating their knowledge to ensure full compliance with the latest Wiring Regulations.

Based on the comprehensive syllabus outlined by City and Guilds, our 2812-15 course ensures you gain this understanding and gain an accredited, recognised qualification to prove it afterwards.

What’s in the 17th Edition Course?

Over three days, you’ll work in a classroom environment with other trainees and our professional tutor to learn the ins and outs of the IET Wiring Regulations.

Our tutors, who have years of experience in the electrical industry, are on hand at all times to help you to understand the course to the highest possible standard. If you have any questions at any time, just ask the tutors, who will be more than happy to help.

There are seven key modules which you will learn during the 17th edition course:

  • Section 1 – Scope, Object and Fundamentals
  • Section 2 – Definitions
  • Section 3 – Assessment of general characteristics
  • Section 4 – Protection for Safety
  • Section 5 – Selection and Erection of equipment
  • Section 6 – Inspection & Testing
  • Section 7 – Special Installations or locations

In addition, this course also outlines the changes made under Amendment 3 of the Wiring Regulations (2015), which includes:

  • Section 557 – Auxiliary Circuits
  • Section 559 – Luminaires and Lighting Installationgs
  • Section 714 – Outdoor Lighting Installations
  • Section 715 – Extra-Low Voltage Lighting
  • Section 717 – Mobile and Transportable Units
  • Chapter 41 – Protection Against Electric Shock
  • Chapter 42 – Protection Against Thermal Effects
  • Chapter 52 – Selection and Erection of Wiring Cables

The Amendment 3 section will also reference Part 2 Defintions – ‘Cmin’ Factor and Condition Reports

Read a review of the course from one our students here.

Exam

Upon successful completion of the modules listed above, candidates will be required to sit a multiple-choice, open-book examination to gain the full City and Guilds 2382-15 qualification.

As the exam is open book, candidates are allowed to use the IET Wiring Regulations book as needed to answer questions.

Where Can I Sit The Course?

This course is ran regularly throughout the year at various venues across the UK.

We currently hold this course in venues at the following locations:

  • Birmingham
  • Bristol
  • Chesterfield
  • Dundee
  • Gloucester
  • Leeds
  • Maidstone (Kent)
  • Manchester
  • Merseyside
  • Motherwell (Glasgow)
  • Newcastle
  • Nottingham
  • South London (Surrey)
  • Stockton-On-Tees
  • Watford (London)

Do I Still Need to Take the 2382-12 Course?

No, this course is now obsolete and is no longer running. Anyone wanting to gain a 17th Edition qualification will need to study the 2382-15 course either online or at one of our venues.

Why Choose PASS for your 17th Edition Training?

PASS is a fully accredited City and Guilds training centre offering a wide variety of courses for both new and existing electricians.

With over a decade of experience in electrical training, the best tutors and a focus on our student’s development, we’ve helped thousands of professionals across the UK gain the qualifications to succeed in their chosen career.

With the PASS 17th edition course, you get all of the following:

  • Professional tuition from fully accredited, experienced tutors
  • Full breakdown of the IET Wiring Regulations, including Amendment 3
  • City and Guilds accredited qualification
  • Convenience – we run regular courses at different venues across the UK

Want to learn more about the 17th edition course? You can read information on frequently asked questions at the following link.

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