City and Guilds 2392 Initial Inspection and testing
This 'Initial' inspection and testing 2392 course has been designed and developed by the electrical industry with City & Guilds
This particular course has been created specifically for Domestic Electrical Installers, existing contractors wishing to up skill and those unfamiliar to inspection and testing. It's a 'must have' if you intend to work on domestic installations which will need to be inspected, tested and certified in accordance with the latest Part P Building Regulations.
Why take this 2392 course?
Testing and Inspection is often a difficult subject for even the most experienced of electricians. The City and Guilds 2392 Inspection and testing qualification, not only demystifies testing, it also provides you with a qualification and certificate to show you are competent to undertake the work.
It's a very essential skill and qualification to have for anyone undertaking electrical installations.
There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. However we must ensure that all our candidates have the potential and opportunity to successfully gain this qualification.
Candidates are expected to have a basic knowledge and understanding of electrical science and principles and experience of electrical installation either within the electrical industry or allied trade.
This qualification is not approved for use by candidates under the age of 18. City and Guilds will not accept any registrations for candidates under this age.
City & Guilds 2392 Course Content:
This 2392 course covers both practical hands on skills as well as theory teaching. It is taught in a dual purpose classroom which allows you to put in to practice the the skills as and when you learn them. The course covers:
Preparation for initial inspection and testing
Electrical Inspection & Testing
Training in the use of multi function testing meters
Safe isolation procedures and equipment
Inspection & testing documentation
Continuity of Protective Conductors
Continuity of Ring final circuit conductors
Protection by SELV
Earth Electrode resistance
Earth fault loop impedance
Prospective fault current
Verification of volt drop
The above consist of both practical workshop and theoretical classroom electrical training.