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As per the City & Guilds 2395 qualification, our Periodic Electrical Inspection & Testing course helps candidates to develop their inspection and testing skills and achieve the level of knowledge required to carry out periodic work in a professional capacity.
This course trains you in initial verification and certification of electrical installations, and is an essential requirement for those looking to further their professional electrical careers.
This course has been specifically designed for experienced electricians who wish to achieve the equivalent of the City & Guilds 2395 certificate (Periodic Inspection & Testing), and so it is recommended that candidates have some prior knowledge of inspection and testing.
Here are the main elements of the course:
- Safe isolation of electrical circuits and installations
- Inspecting, testing and recording the condition of electrical installations
- Safe testing of electrical installations which have been placed in service
- Testing circuits which have been placed in service and may require isolation
- Testing energised installations
- Understanding and interpreting test results
This course is perfect for those looking to finalise and practise their installation and testing skills, or as a follow-up to a basic inspection and testing course.
Contact Access Training now to find out more about this training course.
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