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17th Edition City & Guilds 2382-10

(Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2008 Level 3)
Course overview
The City & Guilds 17th Edition 2382-10 is a vital qualification necessary for all electricians or people working within the electrical industry who need the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification to serve as proof of their knowledge of the electrical regulations. The City & Guilds 17th Edition qualification is commonly acknowledged as the widely recognised qualification that is required by most employers. It is a requirement as it demonstrates that the individual has a thorough understanding of the regulations and proves that they posses current levels of knowledge.

The overall intention of the City & Guilds 17th Edition electrical course is for the individual to be able to understand, interpret and apply the contents within the meaning of the regulations and to gain the awareness of where to find particular information within regulations.

The structure, the contents and how the regulations within the BS 7671 (2008) 17th Regulations Edition apply are taught extensively throughout and the course is entirely theory and classroom based. The course involves no practical training, but it covers all the regulations through clear examples of when and how they apply in typical situations.

The course also covers the updated IEE ‘On-Site Guide’ where all students will be taught how this book can be used alongside the BS 7671regulations book. The course culminates with each student sitting the City and Guild 2382 multiple choice online examination in our assessment suite which, for successful candidates, leads to the achievement of the Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2008 (Level 3).
Who is this qualification for?
Even thought there are no entry requirements to attend this course. We would only advise that the individual should have at least some prior knowledge of electrical principles and electrical theory. This is because the course uses common electrical terminology and uses practical examples of how the regulations apply. If you are in any doubt as to your suitability then please call. The course is ideally designed for anyone already involved in domestic, commercial or industrial electrical installations but can be undertaken by people without technical experience.
You will gain the highest standard of achievement
This City & Guilds 17th Edition Course of the Wiring Regulations requires the candidate to prove their knowledge by examination consisting of 60 multiple choice questions. The exam is classed as “open book” and is carried out via computer at our testing facility using the cIty & Guilds GOLA system. The advantage of this is that all candidates will be given their results after completing their test. Successful candidates will achieve the City & Guilds 2382-10 certificate. Our current success rate is 96% for this examination.
Units covered
(Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2008 (Level 3))
  • The fundamental requirements for safety
  • Terminology and Definitions and the numbering system
  • The scope and fundamental principles of the Regulations
  • Using the BS7671 2008 book
  • Assessment of General Characteristics
  • Special Installations or Locations
  • Selection and erection of equipment
  • Navigating through the parts and chapters
  • Isolation and Switching
  • Shock Protection, Earthing and Bonding for protection and safety
  • Inspection and testing
  • Overview of 15 Appendices
  • Preparation for City & Guilds examination
Guided Learning: 1 day
Progress routes
After this course some students also undertake the EAL Part P Domestic Installers qualification and go further with their training. If this is the case than we recommend that completing both as complete package ensuring that the student has practical experience as well as theoretical knowledge of electrical work. This provides students who successfully complete both courses with a good grounding and the ability to carry our domestic installations safely and within the regulations.

Our electrical courses provide a clear progression route, helping learners to achieve the career goals they aspire to. Successful candidates can progress to higher level work during their career and can for example move on to work in the Building Services Industry in roles such as Project Management. This helps those who wish to, to progress from skilled occupations into technical, supervisory or managerial posts. The Level 3 Inspection & Testing also provides candidates with a route to becoming certified to carry out work testing existing electrical installations and gain even more lucrative work in the sector.
  • City & Guilds 2392-10: Certificate in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification (Level 2)
  • City & Guilds 2391-10: Certificate in Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (Level 3)
  • City & Guilds 2391-20: Certificate in Design, Erection and Verification of Electrical Installations (Level 3)
Support for students
Access Training is committed to the highest standards of customer focus and technical expertise, with a host of benefits including:
  • Specialist, professionally qualified teaching staff with a wealth of industry experience.
  • Enhanced Online Assessments, allowing students to sit exams with flexibility to fit around their speed of learning.
  • Students are provided with a study pack and relevant books to support each qualification:
  • 24hr online support for all student questions and queries when studying away from the training centre.
We train students from anywhere in the UK
The main areas include:
  • South Wales
    (Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Bridgend)
  • South of England
    (Bristol, Gloucester, Bath, Swindon, Oxford, Reading, Slough, London)
  • The Midlands
    (Birmingham, Hereford, Worcester, Derby, Nottingham, Leicester)
  • The South West
    (Devon, Cornwall, Exeter, Plymouth, Taunton)
Further information
Information regarding careers in electrics are available from our Course Advice Team. Please call for advice or leave your details and we’ll contact you!
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