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City & Guilds 2394 + 2395 combined course

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City & Guilds 2394 + 2395 combined course

Exeter EX03 (Devon)
29 January 2014 // 09:00

12 February 2014 // 17:00

£750.00 GBP + VAT

One day a week for 3 weeks, Exam dates 11+12/02/2014

Course Description:

Course Introduction - C&G 2394

All domestic installers and electricians looking to improve their skill range can benefit from partaking in the City & Guilds 2394 Initial Verification Course.  You’ll gain a professional qualification which will allow you to safely and efficiently perform inspections and verifications on new installations, including 3 phase installations. This course is viewed as the 'stepping stone' to the 2395 (or the 2391 as it was formerly known).

The course teaches legislation and the principles and practices for the verification of electrical installations.  You will learn all the necessary information required for installations including testing, commissioning and certification.  The topics of the course are:

- How to safely isolate circuits and installations
- What the requirements are for initial verifications
- The requirements for the inspections of installations before they are put into service
- Safe testing and commissioning requirements
- Tests required before energising circuits
- Testing energised installation requirements
- Completing electrical installation certificates and the associated documentation
- Safe working systems for inspection, testing and commissioning before completion
- Inspections
- How to commission electro technical equipment and systems

In addition to the above skills there is a strong focus on health and safety and all the relevant documentation you will use is also covered.  You will also learn about the correct procedures required when working with clients.

Who is the City and Guilds 2394 Course Aimed Towards?

The City & Guilds 2394 is designed for candidates that have some experiences working with electrical installations, and knowledge of electrical science. The ideal candidates are contractors already working within the industry that require the skills and qualifications which will allow them to adequately test and inspect installations and perform initial verification and certification.

We advise that students with limited knowledge of testing attend the City & Guilds 2394 before attempting the City & Guilds 2395.

Gain a Recognised City and Guilds 2394 Qualification

Employers within the trade respect City & Guilds qualifications, which are formally recognised all over the UK and internationally.  With this welcomed addition to your CV you’ll be able to verify, test and perform inspections on electrical installations.

There are three assessments which are as follows:

1.    An online multiple choice assessment testing the Principles, practices and legislation for initial verification
2.    A written assessment on the Principles, practices and legislation of initial verification
3.    A practical assignment of Principles, practices and legislation of initial verification

These City and Guilds 2394 courses are tutor led and held at various training centres up and down the UK

Please note – The exam date for this course may be different to the course date as scheduled by City & Guilds. The tutor on the course will arrange this with you if it has not already been done.

Course Introduction - C&G 2395

A great way to increase your earning potential as an electrician is to master a number of sought after and necessary skills. This Inspection & Testing Course delivered by the City & Guilds is the ideal option to take if you are hoping to venture into the lucrative Inspection and Testing field.  This course will provide you with the right qualification and the skills to inspect and test in both commercial and domestic settings.

You will learn a number of excellent skills and be provided with the required knowledge based on the principles, practices and the legislation for periodic inspections and testing.  There are many topics covered which include health and safety, the correct procedure when working with clients, why inspections are necessary and requirements and methods of testing.  You will also learn:

•    How to isolate electrical circuits and installations safely
•    How to complete electrical installation condition reports and other supporting documentation
•    Completing periodic inspections
•    The differences between initial verification and periodic inspections
•    Safe testing of installations already in service
•    Safe testing before circuits have been energised
•    How to test energised installations
•    How to interpret and understand the results of testing
•  Confirmation of the safety of systems and equipment before completion of the testing, inspection and commissioning
•    Recording observations and classifications

Gain a Recognised Qualification

The City & Guilds are internationally recognised and offer some of the best and most popular courses.  The 2395 is the most current inspection and testing course available.  Holders of the certificate will be able to test installations in commercial and domestic settings, even those which have previously been installed by other electricians.

Assessment and Success

At the end of the four or five days you will need to successfully pass three assessments in order to be awarded with the Inspection & Testing Certificate from the City & Guilds.  The assessments are as follows:

•    One online multiple choice assessment in the Principles, practices and legislation for the initial verification of electrical installations
•    A written assessment in the principles, practices and legislation for the initial verification of electrical installations
•    One practical assignment in the principles, practices and legislation of the initial verification and electrical installations

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