Householder Electrical Awareness including Energy Saving Equipment
About this course
This course is designed to provide the householder/landlord with basic electrical awareness to enable them to safely understand the functions of electrical safety equipment, understand energy saving technologies, understand the dangers of overloading sockets and to carry out simple electrical tasks such as fitting a plug. It is not designed to turn you into an electrician or to undertake any installation work.
Who is this course aimed at?
Domestic householders and landlords who have no electrical experience who wish to gain an understanding of basic electrical equipment and be given expert guidance on what to do in typical situations and to understand simple energy saving equipment.
How long will the course take?
Two evenings 6.00pm-8.30pm.
What topics will it cover?
· Electrical Safety
· Basic Electrical Theory
· The dangers of overloading
· Energy saving Equipment
· What to do in 'typical' situations
· Practical tasks - fitting a plug
What books will I need?
None. All materials will be provided.
Is there an exam?
Yes, there is a short multiple choice paper based on the topics covered in the course.
When will I know if I've passed?
Upon successful completion of the multiple choice paper candidates will be awarded a DCET certificate of attendance.
How much will it cost?
£85+VAT to include refreshments.