2391 52 Initial Verification, Periodic Inspection, Testing & Reporting - Combined Course

Duration: 6 Days
Cost: £900

Course Outline:

The City & Guilds 2391-52 qualification has recently been introduced to replace the Combined Initial Verification & Periodic Inspection and Testing course. The new assessments will be beneficial to candidates by reducing assessment duplication, being largely open book and also having a quicker turn around for results.

This 6 day City & Guilds 2392-52 course covers the syllabus for two industry leading qualifications

City & Guilds 2391-50 Initial Verification of electrical installations (new installation work covered by an Electrical Insulation Certificate)

City & Guilds 2391-51 Periodic inspection, testing and reporting of electrical installations (existing installations covered by an Electrical Installation Condition Report)

Electricians looking to improve their career prospects and those working towards ‘Qualified Supervisor’ status and/or ‘Approved Electrician’ JIB grading. The course is also ideal for Electricians and Domestic Installers that wish to improve their knowledge and application of inspection and testing

 

What’s included?

  • City & Guilds registration, assessment and certification fees

  • Course notes

  • Refreshments

  • A unique and friendly learning environment!

Course entry requirements?

To complete this course it is recommended that you have a good working knowledge of BS7671 (17th Edition) and have recent practical experience of inspection and testing.

Assessments:

2391-050 – Online multiple-choice test

  • Open Book

  • 40 Questions

  • 90 Minutes

2391-500 – Assignment comprising of:

  • Task A – 30 minute visual inspection

  • Task B – 2 hour practical assessment of periodic inspection and test of an installation

  • Task C – 1 hour short answer paper (Open Book)

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