4 & 5 Days City & Guilds /EAL 2391- 50/51/52 (single or combination course)
Please telephone for price and schedule.
City and Guilds 2391-50 Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations. (4 days)
City and Guilds 2391/51 Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (4 days
Combination course 2391/52 (5 days)
These Qualifications replace the City and Guilds /EAL 2394 2395, Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations.
We are delivering the technical knowledge and practical training for both (2391/50) and (2391/51) as a combined course, over 5 days, which will include an on line multiple choice exam.
The practical examination will be contacted within the course time, but the online exam will be sat usually the following week after 5.30pm
On successful completion of the course, the delegate will be able to:- Test, Inspect and Certify new electrical installations (2391/50) Or Carry out Periodic inspection, testing and recertification to existing electrical installations (2391/51). Or Carry out all of the above if they complete the practical and written test for both (2391/52)
It is recommended that prior to the course candidates have studied the latest IET Guidance Note 3, Inspection and Testing. These can be purchased from DETA if required. 18th edition
Please call 01302 343062 or e-mail Joanne@deta2000.co.uk for available dates and to book a place on the course.
Course content includes:
- Understanding and use of BS7671 and the On Site Guide.
- Understanding and use of IET Guidance note 3 Inspection and Testing.
- Electricity at Work Regulations.
- General requirements for Inspection and Testing.
- Purpose of Initial Verification Inspection and Testing
- Requirements for Initial Inspection.
- Requirements for Initial Testing.
- Safe Isolation, lock off tag off.
- Testing sequence.
- Completion of Electrical Installation Certificates, Schedules of Inspections, and Schedules of Test results
- Completion of Minor Electrical Works Installation Certificates.
- Resistance of conductors
- Earth fault loop impedance
- Purpose of Periodic Inspection and Testing
- Necessity for Periodic Inspection and Testing
- Routine checks.
- Frequency of Inspection and Test
- Requirements for Periodic Inspection and Testing.
- Completion of Electrical Installation Condition Reports and Test Results
- Observation coding’s and recommendations to be taken.
- Thermographic surveying
Test Instrument standards and accuracy