James Eade has developed a new and updated version of this extremely popular 3 day course which has the same industry input and support to ensure it remains relevant and up to date. It also takes into account the latest industry guidance and changes to Standards including BS 7671:2018.
The course covers the following areas:
The requirements and practical application of legislation, relevant standards (such as BS 7909 and BS 7671), IET guidance as well as related industry guidance from the ABTT and PLASA
The role earth plays in electrical safety, common earthing arrangements, protective bonding requirements and generator earthing
The application of different electrical protection methods, including the selection of appropriate devices and their correct use.
Testing and inspection of equipment and temporary systems, including the reporting requirements of BS 7909. This also includes a practical element using test equipment supplied by the trainer.
Managing temporary electrical systems in accordance with BS 7909 including practical steps to assessing electrical risks, especially in special locations (e.g. wet locations or those with greater risk of mechanical damage)
Generator operation and housekeeping and supply arrangements in mobile and transportable units
The course consists of written theory assessments as well as a practical one and is taught in a modular format with an open-book assessment at the end of each module. The assessments consist of a mix of short written questions/answers and multiple-choice questions. There is also a practical where candidates will demonstrate to the assessor their skills of observation of electrical inspection and also demonstrate testing of electrical systems using equipment supplied by the tutor.
Successful candidates will be awarded a City & Guilds Assured digital badge. This gives employer's concise yet detailed information about your competencies achieved on this course.
This is a 3 Day Course, and you must attend all 3 days.
To book, please email: email@example.com