2392 Fundamental Inspection and Testing (Domestic)
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE?
This course is ideal if you wish to carry out Initial Verification / Electrical Inspection and Testing of your own work in Domestic Installations and you are new to Inspection and Testing of electrical installations.
WHAT DO I NEED TO TAKE THIS COURSE?
You will need to have a good knowledge of domestic electrical installations and in particular Inspection and testing procedures. It is recommended that you hold the 18th Edition wiring regulations qualification along with either: Part P Full Scope/ Domestic Installers qualification
HOW LONG IS THE COURSE?
The City and Guilds 2392 Course is a Three day course, but do check out the package deals section of this website before you decide to book this as a stand alone fundamental inspection and test course or as part of a package. Our electrical training package deals will save you time and money.
West Midlands Developments Electrical Training Centre has one of the best Pass Rates in the country for the City and Guilds 2392 qualification.The 2392 is one of the latest most up to date inspection and testing courses from City & Guilds. Due to the unique way in which our course is presented, which includes pre-course study notes, inspection and testing sample questions and some of the most experienced electrical trainers in the country it is expected that you will enjoy the same unprecedented success that our 2391 candidates have achieved.
The 2392 qualification is the standard set by the industry for competent persons to be able to Inspect and Test their own domestic installation work. This qualification allows you to inspect, test and certify your own Domestic Installations but not that of others . The areas covered by the course include:
Safe isolation of electrical circuits and installations
Requirements for initial verification of electrical installations
Requirements for completing the inspection of electrical installations prior to their being placed into service
Requirements for the safe testing and commissioning of electrical installations
Requirements for testing before circuits are energised
Requirements for testing energised installations
Requirements for the completion of electrical installation certificates and associated documentation
Safety of systems and equipment prior to completion of inspection, testing and commissioning
Inspection of electrical installations prior to them being placed into service
Commissioning electrotechnical systems and equipment
Throughout the above you will also cover:
Procedures Health and Safety requirements
Requirements for the inspection
Factors that affect conductor resistance values
Common earth fault loop paths
Methods for verifying protection
Requirements for determining fault current
Procedures for dealing with clients