City & Guilds 2382-18 18th Edition Update

One Day Course

Course Details

If you have passed your 17th edition since the last amendment was launched in January 2015, then you can take the shorter one day 18th edition update course. The topics covered are similar but as there will be fewer updates, the content can be covered in much quicker time.

 

Who is it suitable for?

You should have completed a 17th edition course since the 3rd amendment in January 2015. To check, your qualification code should read C&G 2382-15 and not 2382-12. It’s aimed at practicing electricians and installers though would be suitable for other related trades where they need to attain a benchmark qualification relating to the 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations.

What the course covers

  • Scope, objective and fundamental principles

  • Definitions

  • Assessment of General Characteristics

  • Protection for Safety

  • Selection & erection of equipment

  • Inspection & Testing

  • Requirements for special installations or Locations

  • New Section 730

  • Appendices including Appendix 17


Qualifications you will achieve

Upon successful completion of this course individuals will be conversant with the format, content and the application of the Requirements for Electrical Installations (BS7671: 2018) 18th Edition Regulations.

You will be able to:

 

  • Locate specific Regulations and use the Regulations Index

  • State the relationship between the Appendices and Regulations

  • State the purpose and objective of the Regulations including the hazards they prevent

  • Evaluate the legal status of the regulations

  • Identify the fundamental requirements for safety

  • Define the main factors to consider when designing and erecting an installation

  • List the earthing arrangements

  • Discuss methods of protection from shock arising from direct and indirect contact

  • Distinguish between main and supplementary bonding

  • Calculate earth fault loop impedance

  • Select over current protection devices for particular installations

  • Select the appropriate switchgear for a given installation, including special locations

  • Calculate the size of cables in relation to their current carrying capacity and voltage drop

  • Explain why inspection of the installation is undertaken

  • State the items, which need to be inspected

  • List the background information required before carrying out an inspection

  • State why testing of an installation is undertaken

  • Understand the requirements of energy efficiency

Exams and Assessments

This course is entirely theory based. It is assessed through a C&G online multiple-choice exam (open book).

Hands on training for success

All our course trainers have decades of teaching experience and both courses are assessed by a range of methods including online multiple-choice exams, practical assessments and written assignments.

You’ll learn from a range of training methods in our computer-equipped classroom. All courses include the relevant hand-outs to support your learning.

 

Duration

One day, Saturday or Monday 9am-5pm

 

Cost

£174.00 inc VAT, City and Guilds registration and exam fees

Course Equipment Requirements

  • IET 18th Edition Wiring Regulations 2018:BS7671

  • Scientific calculator

  • Course notes will be supplied

  • Please note that you must bring photographic ID such as a passport or driving license with you in order to sit the assessments on these courses

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