18th Edition Amendment 2 Wiring Regulations
One Day Update Course

 

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COST: £199

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​WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE?
The 18th Edition Amendment 2, wiring regulations 1 day update course is only recommended for electricians who have taken the 18th Edition Wiring regulations course within the last 6 months since 28th September 2021.  Or for candidates who already have a very good working knowledge of the wiring regulations and use them on a day to day basis

WHAT DO I NEED TO TAKE THIS COURSE?
This 18th Edition Update Course is limited to candidates who already hold the 18th Edition qualification.

Further to this, it is a requirement that any candidate opting to take this course has a thorough and in depth knowledge of the 18th edition wiring regulations.


HOW LONG IS THE COURSE?
The 18th edition update course is One day duration, with the Full City & Guilds exam taking place on the day.  The exam for this course is the same exam as that for the 3 day course.  Non of the accrediting bodies do an update exam, hence the requirement for an in depth knowledge of the wiring regulations.


It is a legal requirement under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and is advised by BS7671:2022 that any person carrying out electrical work in the U.K. must be competent to do so.



All electrical governing bodies will require all members to hold the BS7671:2022 18th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification in order to gain or hold existing memberships.



The Qualification taught by WMD are amongst the most recognized qualifications in the world.   Our pass rate for the 18th edition course is 99%.



​Course Content 

 

PLEASE NOTE:  ONLY CHANGES FROM THE 18TH EDITION AMENDMENT 1 WILL BE TAUGHT PLACING THE ONUS ON YOU TO ENSURE YOU ARE FULLY PREPARED FOR THIS COURSE BY PRE STUDYING THE 18TH EDITION AMENDMENT 2 WIRING REGULATIONS


• Main protective bonding

  Additional protection for socket outlets

  Arc fault detection devices AFDDs

  Protected escape routes

  Transient overvoltages and surge protective devices

  Identification of conductors

  Warning notices and labels

  Residule current devices and testing thereof

  Special locations

  Prosumer installations, Part 8