- 14-21 Study Hours
- Online Study
- Self-Printed Certificate
- Includes one attempt at the City & Guilds examination
This online course provides learners with a good working knowledge of the latest version of the 18th Edition Full e-learning course and how aligns with the requirements of BS 7671:2018 ‘for Electrical Installations – IET Wiring Regulations Eighteenth Edition’.
This includes the changes created by the release of 2nd Amendment 2022.
This 18th Edition full online course has been developed in partnership with NICEIC to provide a cost-effective way to update your knowledge in order to sit your 18th Edition exam (included in price of training).
What does this course cover?
This online course provides learners with a good working knowledge of the latest version of this core industry standard BS 7671:2018, including the updated requirements introduced by Amendment 2:2022.
Key areas include:
· Scope, object and fundamental principles
· Assessment of general characteristics
· Protection for safety
· Selection and erection of equipment
· Inspection and testing
· Special installations or locations
The scope of BS 7671:2018 covers permanent and temporary installations in residential, commercial, public and industrial premises. It also includes requirements relating to special locations as well as considerations for energy efficiency.
On completion of this course, you will be able to print a certificate to demonstrate you have completed the learning.
This course includes one attempt at the City & Guilds 2-hour examination.
14 to 18 study hours to complete. The length of time taken depends entirely on how quickly learners can study and absorb the material.
This training is particularly appropriate for those who design, install, commission or maintain low-voltage electrical installations. Whilst the course is primarily aimed at experienced electricians, it will also be of benefit to allied trades as well as trade related professionals including contract managers, installation designers, consultants, specifiers and surveyors.
Although there are no formal entry requirements it is expected that candidates have experience of electrical installation work and a good understanding of electrical science and principles.
What happens after completion of the course?
On completion of these modules, learners will need to book their exam with NICEIC to receive their accreditation.
This course includes 1 attempt at the City & Guilds 2 hour examination. To book please call 0333 015 6627. Please ensure you have photographic ID and a copy of BS 7671:2018 including Amendment 2:2022 available to you. Failure to do so will prevent you from sitting this exam.
You will learn
- Fundamental principles
- Assessment of general characteristics
- Protection for safety
- Selection and erection of equipment
- Inspection and testing
- Special installations or locations
Who is it for?
- Any electrician who needs to become BS 7671 18th Edition (IET Wiring Regulations 2018) qualified
- Any electrician wanting to work in the UK
- Anyone who designs, installs, commissions or maintains low-voltage electrical installations.
- Experienced electricians
- Contract managers
- Installation designers