Design and Verification of Electrical Installations (City & Guilds 2396)
Replacement for the City & Guilds 2391-20
This theory based course is intended for those who have responsibility for the design, specification, installation and testing process of electrical installations. It will provide delegates with the necessary information and knowledge to design and erect electrical installations. And as a Level 4 qualification is ideal progression for those who have responsibility for design and supervision.
Who is this course aimed at?
This course is aimed at those who will have responsibility for designing, supervising, installing and testing electrical installations. Candidates should ideally hold the City & Guilds 2391 or the 2394/2395 and must have a good working knowledge of the current wiring regulations and ideally hold the City & Guilds 2382 qualification.
How long will the course take?
4 days - typically 9am to 4pm plus a 40 hour project and a 3 hour open book written exam.
What topics will it cover?
• Relevant statutory and non-statutory regulations
• Installation design and construction
• Selection of equipment
• Requirements for Initial Verification
• Factors affecting the choice of alternative energy sources
What books will I need?
You will need the IEE 17th or 18th Edition Wiring Regulations, Guidance Note 3, and On-Site Guide.
Is there an exam?
Yes there is an externally set three hour open book written exam and an externally set design project (40 hours home study).
When will I know if I've passed?
The exam is externally marked by City & Guilds. The project is centre marked.
How much will it cost?
£580+VAT to include a buffet lunch, registration, examination fees, project marking and certification.
On successful completion of this course you can now consider:
• C&G Level 4 HPD in Building Services Engineering (Electrical)
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT - Book this course & Pay in Full at least 2 months in advance to receive a 10% discount!
(Please note: Candidates must be registered by the 1st day of the month before the written exams are due to take place to avoid paying a City & Guilds late entry fee)