Electrical training courses in Dukinfield.
PAT Testing Training - City and Guilds 2377 Course
What is PAT Testing?
PAT Testing stands for Portable Appliance Testing. The purpose of PAT testing is to ensure that electrical equipment is in a safe condition for the public to use. It is a legal obligation to ensure all items within a commercial premise are PAT tested at least once a year. Our City & Guilds accredited course will ensure you are taught to the correct principles to be able to competently test all the electrical items you may encounter.
What does the course consist of?
During the course you will recieve BOTH theory and practical training. Even though a PAT testing machine is used to test electrical equipment, you are taught to such a standard that you will able to spot potential problems with just a visual examination.
Will I learn a Formal Qualification?
Our PAT Testing course is a nationally recognised qualification awarded by the internationally renown City and Guilds. The syllabus has been built around the IEE Code of Practice, and all candidates will need to pass the examination in order to be awarded with the formal certificate.
Our City & Guilds PAT testing courses are tutor led and held at various venues up and down the UK. Our tutors are fully qualified to teach and have a number of years experience within the industry.
There are NO pre-requisites to attend the city and guilds 2377 pat testing training course and we have put people through the course from all types of different back grounds. How ever it is advised that if you dont come from an electrical back ground that you speak to us prior to booking to discuss the course and make sure it is right for you. please feel free to give us a call on 08443307382.
Required Course material
Please note you will need to purchase a copy of the following publication before attending the course:
IEE Code of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment
08:30AM Mon 14th Oct 2019
05:00PM Tue 15th Oct 2019
Dukinfield SK16 4RN
+vat / delegate
Monday 14th & Tuesday 15th October 2019 (exam 15th October 1430 – 1615)
"Been in classes before where the trainers had no idea! Bob (the trainer) had been on the tools for 30 years, so explained in a manner that all the lads understood! Great course!"