Electrical Installation qualifications to Level 3 plus the 18th Edition. Although not essential, it is recommended that candidates do have at least 6 months of site experience before attempting this qualification. All candidates will require a formal interview with the tutor to assess their suitability for the course.
This qualification prepares candidates for the initial verification and periodic inspection of electrical installation work. It is aimed at practising electricians who have carried out little or no inspection and testing since qualifying (Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installation and the 17th edition).
This course supersedes both the C&G 2394 and C&G 2395 combined and is recognised by the NICEIC, Napit, Elecsa, and the JIB, as a pre-requisite towards registering as an Approved Contractor and Qualified Electrician respectively.
The course will comprise of theory and practical sessions.
Theory is delivered through blended learning which may include face to face and some online learning including Google classroom, I-GVS, Zoom and other online learning platforms. The mode of delivery will be governed by the Covid-19 guidelines adopted by the college at that time and may vary throughout the course.
Suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) is compulsory in the workshop and may be purchased from Amazon, B&Q etc. Please note the overalls should be navy colour and are described as workshop or warehouse coats at many outlets. Safety boots are also required. Candidates will also require the books.
PLEASE NOTE Candidates will have 9 theory session on Mondays between 6pm – 9pm and 8 practical sessions on Saturdays 9am – 4pm.
Unit 2391-052: 2 hour 60 question open book multiple choice exam following the end of the course.
Written, 4-item, open book question paper to be completed following the end of the course.
Unit 2391-502: (4 hr Practical Assessment session) on one Saturday following the end of the course (within 4 weeks), which will include:
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Various jobs in the electrical sector.
In order to achieve the qualification, candidates must pass all elements of the course within the current academic year, which ends on Saturday 24th July 2021 – there will be no opportunity for any resits/resubmissions after this date. However, serious personal issues that arise that may adversely affect attendance and consequently completion of the course - these will be considered on a case by case basis.
Last updated: 8 July 2020
This course requires an informal telephone interview. Please click the orange button below to fill out the application form with your details and we will be in touch to arrange a time to contact you.