Practical Inspection and Testing Course
Next Course Date:
July 22nd 2021
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE?
The 2391 Practical Inspection and Test Course is for electricians who wish to gain an inspection and test qualification but have little or no experience in the practical aspects of electrical inspection and testing.
WHAT DO I NEED TO TAKE THIS COURSE?
Candidates with little or no experience in electrical inspection and testing will benefit from this course. All test equipment and documentation is supplied but you may bring your own if you wish. There are no prerequisite requirements for this course.
HOW LONG IS THE COURSE?
The Practical Inspection and Test Course is a Two day course. Having said this, the preparation for the course begins well before the two days in the training centre. You would benefit from reading the IET Guidance Note 3, and or the IET On - site Guide, before attending the course
West Midlands Developments Electrical Training Centre has developed this course for our candidates to gain the necessary skills to be able to pass the practical assessments required by the city and guilds inspection and testing course or the logic certification inspection and testing course.
Due to the unique way in which our course is presented, which includes training on completion of the electrical certification documents our candidates enjoy an unprecedented 80% + pass rate for the 2 courses listed.
The Inspection and Test courses listed are the qualifications set by the industry for its qualifying supervisors. The qualifications not only allow you to inspect, test and certify your own work but also that of those under your supervision. It is also the qualification required for the carrying out of Electrical Installation Condition Reports (Periodic Inspections), as required by landlords certificates etc.
The areas covered by the course include:
• Preparation for initial inspection and testing
• Electrical Inspection & Testing
• The use of multi function testing meters (Candidates may bring their own if they wish)
• Safe isolation procedures and equipment
• Inspection & testing documentation
• Continuity of Protective Conductors
• Continuity of Ring final circuit conductors
• Insulation Resistance
• Protection by SELV
• Earth fault loop impedance
• RCD testing
• Prospective fault current