Watford (London) Electrical Training Centre

Ideally located for Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Edgware, Brent, West London

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Our Watford electrical training centre, based in London (Herts) is ideally located near major commuter routes and within a modern business training centre. The venue offers courses which include the City & Guilds 17th Edition Wiring Regulations, PAT testing, Part P, Basic electrical and Solar panel installation courses.


PASS - London 1st Floor 41 Watford Metro Centre Dwight Road Watford WD18 9SS Phone: 01642 987 978


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Watford High Street Railway Station , 182 Watford High Street , Watford , WD17 2NW


Courses at Watford (London) Electrical Training Centre

We have a full range of City & Guilds courses including; 18th Edition Training Courses, Inspection & Testing and PAT Testing courses and much more. All are available to book online today.

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Available nationwide, the industry-standard 18th Edition - City & Guilds 2382-18 will get you up to speed with the latest IET Wiring Regulations and ensure that you are fully compliant.

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This training course combines together the City and Guilds 2391-50 and 2391-52 courses and is ideal for anyone wanting to perform inspection and testing on electrical installations.

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Competency course for carrying out small electrical tasks

The Safe Isolation/Handyman Course is a competence course for caretakers, handymen or members of other trades that may want to carry out small electrical tasks such as safely replacing socket and fused spur fronts, electrical accessories, replacing lamps, replacing bulbs and other small electrical applications as part of their role.

What is Safe Isolation?

Ensuring that electrical equipment is isolated is a major part of the course and being able to safely isolate, prove dead and re-energise is a fundamental part of the course.
  • Basic electrical theory
  • Electrical shock – what is it?
  • Overview of current and resistance
  • Earthing and why it’s important
  • Different types of circuit board (240v and 415v)
  • Circuit identification
  • Fuses, circuit breakers and, MCBs
  • Lighting and power circuits
  • Safe working practices
  • Safe isolation
  • Test equipment
  • How to wire/change a plug
  • Replacing socket outlets and fused spur units
  • Working with light fittings
  • Replacing tubes, bulbs and starters
  • Ladder and step ladder safety
  • Limitations of electrical work allowed
  • Handymen
  • Caretakers
  • Joiners
  • Plumbers
  • Property maintenance personnel
  • Facilities management companies
  • Schools
Upon successful completion, learners will receive a certificate of attedance detailing topics that have been covered in the course.

Are There Any Entry Requirements?

There are no entry requirements for the course.

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