18th Edition Training Course | Gloucester

Course Length

The Gloucester 18th Edition Course lasts for a total of 3 days.

Assessment

Upon course completion, candidates will sit an examination on the third day of the course. The exam lasts for a total of 2 hours.

Certification

Upon successful completion of this course candidates will be fully qualified to undertake work to 18th Edition Wiring Regulations requirements.

Location

40 miles from Bristol airport and just 2 miles from Gloucester train station, this course is ideal for anyone in the Gloucester area including Sandhurst, Innsworth, Abbeydale, Minsterworth, Huntley and many others.

Gloucester
Premier Inn
Gloucester (Twigworth)
Tewkesbury Road
GL2 9PG

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 18th Edition Regulations)

Course Suitability

Gloucester’s 18th edition amendment one course is suited to anyone in Gloucester and the surrounding area that works in an environment requiring 18th edition knowledge and is also suitable for those who need to update from the previous versions such as 17th or 16th edition.

All candidates must have an interest in the subject.

Progression and Development

18th edition is a requirement for all electricians, making this course and exam necessary for anyone seriously considering a career in the electrical industry.

A pre-requisite for many other advanced courses, successfully passing this course will allow you to move on to other training programmes and further your skillset.

Prerequisites

Those attending the 18th edition course should have an interest in the electrical field, some electrical knowledge and any prior training is an advantage.

Course Reading Material

Purchasing and reading a copy of the current 18th Edition Wiring Regulations book is recommended before attending the course.

Gain the electrical industry standard 18th Edition qualification at Gloucester

Based in Gloucester, the 18th edition electrical course covers the fundamentals of the latest IET Wiring Regulations.

As of July 2018, all those working in the electrical industry will be are required to sit the City & Guilds 2382-18 18th Edition course. Whether you are an electrical installer, a manager or if you work within the building trade and need to have a knowledge of a buildings electrical installation or design, then you will need to know the Wiring Regulations and be able to work to the current standards.

Note: those who have attended 17th edition training in the past need will need to update their knowledge to this latest regulation You should take this course to ensure you’re up to date with this content.