Eal Level 3 Award In Initial Verification And Periodic Inspection & Testing Of Electrical Installations (eal 600/4337/4 + 600/4338/6)
|23 Oct - 27 Oct 2017||08:30 - 16:30||£750.00 + VAT||Clinterty||6|
|20 Nov - 24 Nov 2017||08:30 - 16:30||£750.00 + VAT||Clinterty||6|
About this course
Please note! This course is NOT suitable for those with no practical experience in electrical disciplines.Practical Content 60% Theoretical Content 40%
This Award gives the learner an understanding of the theory and practice of Initial and periodic inspection, testing of both single and three phase electrical installations.
Course Content>>Safe isolation procedures and equipment
>>Requirements of Periodic and Initial and Inspection and testing
>>Safe use of test equipment
>>Completing Inspection & testing documentation
>>Continuity of Protective Conductors
>>Continuity of Ring final circuit conductors
>> Insulation Resistance
>>Protection by SELV
>>Earth Electrode resistance
>>Earth fault loop impedance
>>Prospective fault current
>>Verification of volt drop
>>Course consist of both practical workshop and theoretical elements
>>90 minute Initial Verification online open book exam
>>60 minute Periodic Inspection & Testing online open book exam
>> Ideal preparation for anyone applying for Approved Contractor Scheme status/approval (NICEIC, ECA, NAPIT.etc)
>>On completion progress to the Level 4 Design and Verification of Electrical Installations (C&G 2396); an additional qualification and skill set which will allow you to expand the range of work you are competent to undertake.
DeliveryThe majority of this course is practical hands on training delivered by fully qualified and experienced ex industry
personnel using equipment replicated from the onshore and offshore oil and gas working environment.
>>EAL Level 3 Award in Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations (QCF) 600/4337/4
>>EAL Level 3 Award in Periodic Inspection and Testing of Electrical Installations (QCF0) 600/4338/6)
Min/Max Delegates3/6, course duration and times may vary depending on delegate numbers.
>>Delegates must supply proof of relevant electrical industry qualification on starting the course, e.g. IET Electrical Regulations 17th edition (2381) vocational qualification/ time-served apprenticeship certificate.
>>Delegates are required to supply and take with them their own PPE, e.g. overalls/safety footwear/safety glasses
Very worthwhile course and enlightened with different approaches & various scenarios
Wood Group PSN Ltd
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