The PASS Ltd training centre, over a 10 year period, has been awarded leading accreditations and certifications for the PASS Training and Development electrical training centre.
PASS is an accredited City and Guilds training course provider offering a full range of professional training courses aimed at the electrician.
City and Guilds are represented in over 100 countries worldwide as a vocational awarding body for qualifications.
The courses are given an ability level of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 etc. This is to ensure that candidates pick the correct level to become qualified and so they can see the progression routes within a given field. If you are unsure about your level of ability, give us a call on 01642 987 978. Some courses also have pre-requisites that require you to hold certain qualifications before you can attend a course.
The 16th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations has since 1992 been adopted as the British Standard (BS 7671) for electrical installation work. The regulations have since been superseded by the British Standard BS 7671 "Requirements for electrical installations" 17th Edition.
The 17th edition, released in January 2008, was made mandatory for all installations tested, designed or constructed after July 1, 2008. One of the more significant changes is (chapter 41) that 30 mA RCDs will be required for socket outlets that are for use by ordinary persons and are intended for general use. This improves the level of protection against electrical shock in the UK to a similar level to other EU countries. The 17th edition incorporates new sections relating to micro-generation and solar photovoltaic systems.
Logic are UKAS accredited to offer certification to approved assessment centres and PASS have been granted this highly recognised certification from Logic, who are client focused and only approve the highest quality centres.
PASS are accredited by EAL, a leading awarding organisation that offer high quality qualifications covering practical and academic skills. This widely recognised company has accredited PASS with their accreditation badge as a mark of excellence and achievement.
The ISO9001 certification ensures that organisations have proven processes to meet customer requirements. This internationally recognised certification means that PASS are approved and that quality assurance is paramount.
ISO 14001 sets out PASS' criteria for an environmental management system. It maps out a framework that we follow to set up an effective environmental management system.
OHSAS 18000 is an international occupational health and safety management system specification.
NVQs are based on national occupational standards. These standards are statements of performance that describe what competent people in a particular occupation are expected to be able to do. They cover all the main aspects of an occupation, including current best practice, the ability to adapt to future requirements and, the knowledge and understanding that underpin competent performance.