This four-day course enables learners to develop the knowledge and practical skills required to professionally install and carry out initial verification and testing on electrical installations. It’s an excellent addition to any electrician’s CV.
It equips learners with the relevant knowledge to underpin the application skills for the inspection, testing, commissioning and certification of electrical installations. This is a nationally recognised qualification and for anyone entering the electrical installation industry.
Before undertaking this course, it is highly recommended that learners take the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations course and the Basic Testing Skills course so they can gain a larger understanding of current electrical regulations and procedures.
If it’s been a while since you have undertaken inspections or you do them infrequently, the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical course is a great refresher.
Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for practicing electricians that are involved in initial verification and certification of new installations. It is aimed at individuals who have completed the 17th Edition Course but have not done any extensive inspections since undertaking the course or at all.
It is also an ideal course for those people who require some additional training before undertaking further City & Guilds qualifications.
To successfully gain the certificate, delegates will need to complete an hour and a half exam marked by City & Guilds. This is theory only.
To complete the practical examinations, delegates will have to complete a 40-multiple choice question examination in one hour and 20 minutes, as well as four practical assessments taking a total of four hours in total.
Once successfully completing the course, delegates will receive a City & Guilds 2394-01 Level 3 Award in Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations.
Delegates are required to have complete the 17th Edition Course which brings them up to speed with IET Wiring Regulations. It is highly recommended that delegates are practicing electricians.