City & Guilds (2391-52) Combined Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection and Testing
- Cardonald Campus
- SCQF Level
- Start Date & time
- Various start dates
- Qualification Type
- Other non-advanced qual
- Course Type
- 7 days (one per week) 14 evening (one per week)
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The City & Guilds 2391-52 Combined Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection and Testing course is a part time commercial course aimed at qualified electricians or individuals with direct electrical experience and current Wiring Regulations certificate (18th Edition).
Courses are currently underway or full until June. Next course with availability starts Tuesday 22 August. Both day and evening delivery available. Register your interest via firstname.lastname@example.org
What will I learn?
The City & Guilds 2391-52 Combined Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection and Testing course is a part time commercial course aimed at qualified electricians or individuals with direct electrical experience and current Wiring Regulations certificate (18th Edition). It is developed to aid delegates to understand principles, practices and legislation to efficiently carry out initial verification and periodic inspection on electrical installations.
DATES OF DELIVERY IN 2023
- Tuesday 22 August 2023 (one day per week)
- Tuesday 22 August 2023 (one evening per week)
- Thursday 24th August 2023 (one day per week)
This qualification is intended for practicing electricians who want to expand their skills and knowledge and continue their professional development. It provides specialist knowledge and skills, including appropriate legislation, inspection and testing techniques, completing and issuing certificates or reports and understanding of results and measurements.
Delegates enrolling on this course will achieve a greater understanding of initial verification and periodic inspection & testing in both new and older properties in the UK; domestic, commercial and industrial aspects are covered.
The course is delivered in line with BS7671:2022 (amendment 2).
Assessment consists of 3 parts:
- An online multiple choice test
- A written exam
- A practical assessment
The assessments details and arrangements are confirmed during the course and may require additional attendance out with course start and end date.
A basic level of IT skills is beneficial to candidates due to student account set up and the online assessment which is undertaken on a PC or laptop (provided by College). If you require support with IT please let us know at time of booking.
Entry requirements (minimum)
Entrants must be 18+ years of age and able to demonstrate the following:
- Current 18th Edition Wiring Regulations BS7671 certificate
- Knowledge and understanding of electrical principles
- Experience of electrical installation work
These entry requirements are stipulated by the College as per recommendations from City & Guilds to ensure candidates have the potential and opportunity to successfully complete the course.
The course is delivered in line with BS7671:2022 (amendment 2). Therefore, as a Centre we specify candidates hold the 18th Edition certification to demonstrate a current understanding of BS7671 Wiring Regs.
Candidates are recommended to have access to the following:
- Laptop or Smart device
- Internet / WiFi
- Microsoft Teams
This will enable access to e-learning materials and a communication channel with the trainer and training group between sessions. Office 365 Service is included in your student account which you will have access to for the duration of the course.
Jobs and further study
On successful completion, delegates will be able to efficiently and accurately carry out initial verification and inspection and testing on electrical installations and those who are qualified electricians can also progress on to courses such as
Making an application
For courses starting in August, you can make up to two applications.
Applications are made to a course and a first choice of campus. If the course is oversubscribed at your first choice you will be automatically considered for alternative sites and may be made an offer without a further application.
I've applied — what happens next?
There are various funding options you or your company may be eligible for - specific criteria applies:
- Individual Training Account (via Skills Development Scotland)
- Enhanced Learning Credits (ex and current Armed Services Personnel)
- Flexible Workforce Development Funding (FWDF) (businesses)
This part time commercial training course does not meet the criteria for SAAS funding or Fee Waivers
The College has a student funding department for further funding / financial advice and support while making enquires and for the duration of the training course - email@example.com