Course Overview

What Dundee PAT training courses have to offer

PAT training is invaluable for anyone involved in PAT testing. The course is ideal for those currently working with PAT or who intend to do so in the future. It is valuable to individuals who wish to carry out their own PAT testing, as it will save on the expense of having to hire others.

The following is included with every PAT competency course:

» Comprehensive course notes » Personalised certificate
» £20 off any tester/kit at » Lunch and refreshments

Course Details

Course Details

The topics covered by PAT training in Dundee include the classification of appliances, the principles of electricity and electrical danger. Also covered are the legal requirements relating to PAT testing, the IEE Code of Practice, methods for the accurate recording of results and learning how to use a PAT tester.

Included in the course material is a handbook of PAT testing, course notes and PAT reference cards. Morning tea or coffee and a buffet lunch are provided to all attendees.

What the course entails

Regulations insist that anyone involved in or who wants to carry out PAT testing must be competent to do so. This course, with its certification, is designed to demonstrate that participants are suitably trained and competent to carry out the task.

The course gives candidates the opportunity to enjoy supervised, first-class instruction in both the practical and technical aspects of PAT testing.


Those successfully completing the course are awarded a Certificate of Competence. The course includes a 20 question on-book testing exam, but candidates will be monitored throughout the day to ensure they fully understand the material.

Course Duration

Dundee PAT training lasts one day and takes place between 9 am and 4 pm.


Best Western, Queen’s Hotel Dundee, 160 Nethergate, Dundee, Angus, DD1 4DU, Scotland.

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Course Suitability


The course is suitable for both individuals wanting to test appliances for themselves or companies wanting to test their appliances in-house. After completion, those wanting to take electrical training will have the opportunity to sign up for other relevant courses.


Previous electrical experience is not a requirement of this course.

Essential Readings

Course Reading Material

Anyone participating in the course is recommended to bring along a copy of the IEE Code of Practice for reference during the day. No other material is required.

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