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Summary

If through experience, previous training or independent learning you feel confident in your ability to pass a full scope competency assessment, then this presents a training solution that will allow you to avoid the additional cost and time commitments of having to undergo training that you may not need.

To enquire or apply, please call the team on 0121-702-1093 or make an on-line application.

Description

The assessment has been designed for experienced contracting electricians who are familiar with BS 7671:2008 (2015), On-Site Guide, Guidance Notes 3 and the Memorandum of Guidance on the Electricity at Work Act 1989.

Working on approved model rigs, the candidate will also need to show competence in:

  • Carrying out a periodic inspection on an existing 3 phase installation and correct completion of an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
  • Carrying out an initial inspection and test of a new domestic installation and correct completion of an electrical installation certificate
  • Carrying out an inspection and test of an addition to an existing circuit and correct completion of a minor works certificate

On attendance of the assessment, you will need to bring the following:

  • IET Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671:2008 (2015)
  • Memorandum of Guidance on the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, HSE (free download)
  • IET Guidance Note 3
  • IET Onsite Guide BS 7671:2008 (2015)
  • Your own test equipment and in date calibration certificate (we can provide test equipment if required)

On successful completion of this assessment, candidates will receive a Blueflame Certificate of Competence, approved by UKAS and valid for 5 years. This is one of a number of qualifications required for NAPIT's all electrical work scheme and therefore represents a step towards being able to self-notify under Part P of the Building Regulations.

Key Areas

  • Basic electrical knowledge (Ohm’s Law etc.)
  • Statutory regulations
  • Health & safety
  • Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
  • Part P of the Building Regulations
  • BS 7671:2008 (2015) & On-site guide

Entry Criteria

Have already undergone training for NAPIT (NA-FS 1) Full Scope Part P or can demonstrate relevant competence.

What Next

Initial Verification or Periodic Inspection and Testing.


Course options

  • 2019/20 Part Time Day

    Provider

    South & City College Birmingham

    Location

    Bordesley Green Campus


    Mode of attendance

    2019/20 Part Time Day

    Days

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday


    Course Duration

    2 Day(s)

    Fee

    £288

    Course Dates

    Throughout the Academic Year | 2019/20

    Age range Start Fees Duration Further information
    16-18 Throughout the Academic Year | 2019/20 - 2 Day(s) Any course under level 4 for 16-18 year olds is likely to be free.
    19-23 (no level 3 qualification) Throughout the Academic Year | 2019/20 - 2 Day(s) Any course under level 4 for 19-23 year olds without a full level 3 qualification is likely to be free, please contact the college for further information
    19-23 (with 1 or more level 3 qualifications) Throughout the Academic Year | 2019/20 £0 2 Day(s) You are eligible for an advanced learning loan; please visit our advanced learning loan information page to find out more.
    24+ Throughout the Academic Year | 2019/20 £0 2 Day(s) You are eligible for an advanced learning loan; please visit our advanced learning loan information page to find out more.
    Hours Per Week Study Details Minimum Age Average Class Size Max Class Size Material Fees International Fees
    - - 16 - - 0.00 0.00

    Leisure Program Fees Further Information International Comments
    0.00 - -
    Or click here to enquire:

    Other Options:

  • 2018/19 Part Time Day

    Provider

    South & City College Birmingham

    Location

    Bordesley Green Campus


    Mode of attendance

    2018/19 Part Time Day

    Days

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday


    Course Duration

    2 Day(s)

    Fee

    £288

    Course Dates

    Throughout the Academic Year | 2018/19

    Age range Start Fees Duration Further information
    16-18 Throughout the Academic Year | 2018/19 - 2 Day(s) Any course under level 4 for 16-18 year olds is likely to be free.
    19-23 (no level 3 qualification) Throughout the Academic Year | 2018/19 - 2 Day(s) Any course under level 4 for 19-23 year olds without a full level 3 qualification is likely to be free, please contact the college for further information
    19-23 (with 1 or more level 3 qualifications) Throughout the Academic Year | 2018/19 £0 2 Day(s) You are eligible for an advanced learning loan; please visit our advanced learning loan information page to find out more.
    24+ Throughout the Academic Year | 2018/19 £0 2 Day(s) You are eligible for an advanced learning loan; please visit our advanced learning loan information page to find out more.
    Hours Per Week Study Details Minimum Age Average Class Size Max Class Size Material Fees International Fees
    - - 16 - - 0.00 0.00

    Leisure Program Fees Further Information International Comments
    0.00 - -
    Or click here to enquire:

The college reserves the right to change details of its advertised courses including course dates where circumstances beyond the College’s control necessitate such changes or where the number of enrolments is not enough to operate a course viably. In such circumstances, the College may be able to offer you an alternative. You have the right to choose whether you would prefer to cancel the course (terms and conditions apply) or to accept a place on another course.

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