SQA [SELECT] Customised Award in Inspection & Testing (including periodic inspection) of Electrical Installations to BS 7671 (18th Edition) (214)
10 Marchand concluding on 11 March 2020 | £576.00
This SQA approved programme is recommended for all qualified electricians who want to keep their skills and knowledge up-to-date in relation to inspection, testing and certification of both new and existing installations.
This programme will help delegates build their knowledge and practical skills in Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection including knowledge of the certification process. This course will help delegates to gain an understanding of the requirements contained in the latest version of BS 7671 in relation to this type of work
This award has been SCQF credit rated by the SQA, and is approved to SCQF Level 7 (This is equivalent to level 4 on the QCF scale).
This programme is made up of two separate training days. Part One (Initial Verification) must be completed before delegates can attend Part Two (Periodic Inspection & Testing).
Successful completion of the course is accepted by the SJIB for Grade Card renewal.
SELECT Members £295.00 Plus VAT (£354.00)
Non-Members £480.00 Plus VAT (£576.00)
SELECT Technical Staff or an independent consultant.
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How to book:
When you book online you register delegates for a place(s) on the two-day training programme. The dates you are booking are:
Inspection & Testing of New Installations (Part one) – 10 March 2020, Cambuslang
Inspection & Testing of Existing Installations (Part two) – 11 March 2020, Cambuslang
Candidates who completed the Initial Verification qualification within the last 5 years may be able to get credit for this when working towards the Inspection and Testing qualification. This will reduce the cost and the time needed. Contact SELECT training on 0131 445 5577 for further information or email email@example.com.
You are required to bring: Insulation/Continuity Tester, Earth Fault Loop Impedance/Prospective Fault Current Tester and Residual Current Device (RCD) Tester.
The above may be incorporated in one multifunction tester. All test equipment brought to the course should be calibrated and in a safe condition.
If you do not have suitable test equipment available, it is suggested that you consider hiring them, e.g. from your local wholesaler.