Electrical Safety

Key Information

Subject Area

Subject Area
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Start Date

Start Date



In a nutshell

Whether you’re an experienced or newly-qualified electrician, this course will bring you up-to-date with the latest wiring, electrical equipment and systems regulations, covering the 18th edition of the IET Wiring Regulations recognised by the British Standards Institute as BS7671::2018 (2382-18).

This course is for...

...you if you are over 19, in employment and earning under £26,000 a year
...you're looking to take the next step towards a career in the construction industry by studying a flexible programme of study built around you
...if you want to be upto date with latest wiring regulations

Course content

Taking place over 4 days (plus examination), this is a very specific course covering a variety of topics:
•The legal status and association with statutory documents
•Scope, object and fundamental requirements for safety
•Assessment of general characteristics
•Protection for safety
•Selection and erection of equipment
•Inspection and testing
•Special installations or locations

At the end of the course you’ll be assessed by a two hour multiple choice question paper set by City & Guilds.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal requirements, but you’ll either be a practising electrician with specific qualifications who needs to update your certification or a newly qualified electrician who needs to gain this certificate

Additional information

You’ll be provided with a copy of the British Standard - Requirements for Electrical Installations: BS 7671:2018 Amendment No 3: IET Wiring Regulations Eighteenth Edition (Paperback Blue).

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All courses may be subject to change and cancelled if deemed not viable to run.

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