Electrical training courses in Birmingham.
18th Edition Electrical Training Course
Trade Skills Ltd are now offering the latest 18th edition regulations course which has now super ceded the 17thedition as of July 2018.
After 10 years of the 17th edition, the IET has decided that it is now time to update its current regulations to the 18th edition. Trade Skills Ltd is offering the course at over 50 locations throughout the UK.
A lot of our centres will be offering both City and Guilds and EAL so please clarify what certification you require at point of booking.
The 18th edition training course is aimed at anybody working in and around the electrical industry. From the 31st December, all electrical installations will have to comply with the new 18th edition standard (BS 7671:2018).
The obvious people who the course will be aimed at are qualified practising electricians however there are no prerequisites to attend the course so anybody with a need to understand the IET regulations including Surveyors, Designers, Kitchen Fitters and many other trades.
If you have any questions with regards to whether the course is suitable for you please don’t hesitate to call us on 08443307382 to discuss.
The 18thedition training course is usually run over 3 days that would be 3 days training with the multiple-choice exam commencing at the end of the 3rd day.
No is the answer to this question, however, some of our trainers are allowing recently qualified to 17th edition with amendment 3 (2015 onwards) to sit the latest exam with a one to a two-day training course which will cover all the latest updates.
Should you be interested in this please contact us to discuss options in your area.
The latest 18th edition training course will be needed by an electrician and domestic installer who is part of a competent person scheme. The certificate will be proof that the person in question is up to date and will need to be produced at his or her annual inspection. You are not expected to have any knowledge before attending the 18th edition training course however you will also run through the regulations as a whole. So even if you have previously taken the 17th edition you will be able to brush up on your knowledge previously learned.