This course is aimed at managers, engineers, technicians, appointed individuals or persons involved in the health and safety aspects of electrical equipment. The course is based on the IEE Code of Practice for in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment and covers the law and the scope of legislation for the testing of electrical equipment.
The course covers the theory and practice of portable appliance testing (PAT) and the management of electrical equipment leading to the City & Guilds 2377 examinations.
This three day course covers everything necessary to successfully achieve City & Guilds certification enabling you to manage and undertake portable appliance testing.
Added October 2020
There are no formal entry requirements for candidates undertaking this qualification. However, we advise that you have a good grounding in electricals.
It is expected that candidates will have basic knowledge of electrical science and be capable of using Ohm’s Law and basic calculations, though these areas are covered to some extent on the course.
The content is a blend of theoretical and practical activities with on-line assessments on the last day.
There are two multi-choice examinations:
- City & Guilds 2377 –32 Certificate of Competent Management of Electrical Equipment
- City & Guilds 2377 –22 Certificate of Competence for the Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment.
One option is the City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition IEE Regulations
Students will need a copy of the Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing (4th Edition).