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Book Now Entry Requirements There are no formal entry requirements for this course. As a general rule candidates should have knowledge of electrical installation and electrical science. The course is primarily aimed at practicing electricians and domestic installers, however it is also very popular with allied professionals such as contracts managers, designers, electrical engineers, consultants, surveyors, and other related trades needing to update and enhance their understanding of the IEE Wiring Regulations.
All candidates must be over 16 years old. Why take this course? Every electrician and domestic installer needs to stay up to date with the latest 17th Edition wiring regulations. As such this is possibly the most popular course we offer. Anyone looking to register with a competent persons scheme will need to prove they are up to date even if they have already completed a Level 3 NVQ. We have been delivering this course for years and although it is mainly theory based you can not beat real training in a real classroom.
By training with other people in your class you will benefit from being able to ask relevant questions as well as finding the answers to many questions from your fellow students that you may not even thought of. All students on this course will gain access to our online learning portal. If any amendments to the 17th edition are published we will update the the details in the learning portal giving you direct access to the most up to date information.
There is no need to re-take or update your qualification for new amendments. It is designed to bring you up to speed withal the latest 17th Edition wiring regulations including all the latest amendments. You will learn some key regulations that you will find in day to day installations, as well as understand how to reference your regs book for the more obscure ones.
The course then culminates in an open book multiple choice exam which allows 2 minutes to answer each question. This means you can take your copy of the BS book into the exam and refer to it as and when required. There are 7 units that make up the 17th Edition course relating: Part 1 — Scope, object and fundamental principles Part 2 — Definitions Part 3 — Assessment of general characteristics Part 4 — Protection for safety Part 5 — Selection and erection of equipment Part 6 — Inspection and testing Part 7 — Special installations or locations Part 8 - Appendices This course does include the latest amendments such as: Electromagnetic Disturbance.
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Requirements for Electrical Installations, IET Wiring Regulations, Eighteenth Edition, BS 7671:2018