City & Guilds Combined 2391-52
City & Guilds Combined 2391-52
Who is the qualification for?
It is aimed at practising electricians who have not carried
out inspection and testing since qualifying or who require
some update of training before going onto other City &
Guilds qualifications. The qualification is also suitable for
those with limited experience of initial inspection and
periodic inspection of electrical installations, such as
those entering the industry from other engineering
disciplines or who have been working in allied trades
What does the qualification cover?
This qualification prepares candidates for the initial
verification and periodic inspection of electrical
What opportunities for progression are there?
It allows candidates to progress into employment or to
the following City & Guilds qualifications:
• Level 4 Award in the Design and Verification of Electrical
• ILM management and leadership qualifications
A 2391 qualification is currently required in order to gain your JIB grading as an approved electrician. There are initial (2391-50) and periodic (2391-51) qualifications available but you can save time and money with our combined 2391-52 course. The course has been introduced to streamline and simplify the qualifications required to carry our advanced inspection and testing. Until July 2017 most people would take a combined 2394/2395 course which required 1 online exam, 2 practical assessments and 2 written exams. This new qualification only requires 1 online multiple choice exam, 1 written assignment and 1 practical assessment.
Entry to both these qualifications require you to have ‘experience and knowledge of inspection and testing.’ It is useful for you to have taken the entry level City & Guilds 2392 Level 2, if you’re new to testing and inspection. Not mandatory, but certainly useful. Please note there are no practical elements on this course so you must already have practical experience of inspection and testing.
The 2391-52 course package is intended for people working in the electrical industry who have existing knowledge of inspection and testing but who need to complete the formal qualifications and refresh and/or upgrade their skills in initial verification, certification, periodic inspection & testing of electrical installations. All candidates must be over 18 years old.
Options? - If you do not meet the above requirements you may wish to consider our City & Guilds 2392 course
City & Guilds 2391-52 Course Content:
Generally speaking the first three days of the course will be spent covering initial verification and certification whilst the last two days will be concentrated on principles, practices and legislation of periodic inspection & testing.
2391-52 Course Content is as follows
- Safe isolation of electrical circuits and installations
- Requirements for initial verification of electrical installations
- Requirements for completing the inspection of electrical installations prior to their being placed into service
- Requirements for the safe testing and commissioning of electrical installations
- Requirements for testing before circuits are energised
- Requirements for testing energised installations
- Requirements for the completion of electrical installation certificates and associated documentation
- Safety of systems and equipment prior to completion of inspection, testing and commissioning
- Inspection of electrical installations prior to them being placed into service
- Commissioning electrotechnical systems and equipment
- Requirements for Inspecting and Testing of existing electrical installations
- The completion of the Electrical Installation Condition Report and Supporting Documentation
- Requirements for completing the periodic inspection of electrical installations
- The differences between periodic inspection and initial verification
- Requirements for the safe testing of electrical installations which have been placed in service
- Understand and interpret test results
- Requirements for the completion of electrical installation condition reports and associated documentation
- How to confirm safety of system and equipment prior to completion of inspection, testing and commissioning
- How to carry out inspection of electrical installations prior to them being placed into service
- How to test electrical installations prior to them being placed into service
- How to produce a condition report with recording observations and classifications