Who is this course aimed at?
The City and Guilds 2392 Fundamental Inspection and Testing and Initial Verification of Electrical Installations Who is this course for?: This qualification was developed in conjunction with the electrical industry (including NICEIC and ECA) in order to meet the needs of the industry and centres to provide candidates with a basic introduction and starting point of how to inspect and test electrical installations in accordance with BS7671:2008(2011). It is aimed at people who who have not carried out inspection and testing before or have not done it for some time. The course involves a substantial amount of practical training in the workshops and training facilities. This course is seen as an ideal starting point before progressing on to the more advanced level 3 Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection/Condition Reporting courses.
Do you need previous experience or qualifications to attend this course?
Course description: There are no formal entry requirements for candidates undertaking this qualification. It would be expected that candidates have a basic knowledge and understanding of BS 7671:2008(2011) , electrical science and principles. It would also be expected that candidates have experience of electrical installation work either within the electrical contracting industry or an allied trade. Over 4 days: 25th - 28th February 2019
Day 1Preparation for initial inspection and testing Safe isolation procedures and equipment Health & Safety procedures Training in the use of multi function testing meters
Day 2Inspection Procedures Testing Procedures including:-
- Continuity of Protective Conductors
- Continuity of Ring final circuit conductors
- Insulation Resistance
- Protection by SELV
- Earth Electrode resistance
- Earth fault loop impedance
- RCD testing
- Prospective fault current
- Verification of volt drop
Day 3Inspection & testing documentation Practical exercises on test rigs
Day 4Practical assessment on 2392 test rig 2392 Online examination
Following successful completion of this course, candidates will have the ability to inspect and test single phase new installations up to 100 Amps and will have the knowledge to complete the relevant documentation for initial verification.
The Exam 2392
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Buffet lunch and Teas / coffees provided.
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