£405.00 (£486.00 inc VAT)
Ideal for contractors who have completed their 17th edition training prior to 3rd Amendment 2015.
This course will be running across various locations and dates.
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This 3-day course will give candidates an in-depth knowledge of the key areas of the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.
Includes scope, object and fundamental principles, definitions, assessment of general characteristics, protection for safety. selection and erection of equipment, inspection and testing, special installations or locations and appendices.
Assessment body: City & Guilds
Pass Rate: 92.9%
Exam: At the end of this course there will be a 2 hour examination. Please ensure you bring photographic ID and a copy of BS 7671:2018 with you. Failure to do so will prevent you from sitting this exam.
I would like to thank NICEIC for the excellent standard of tuition and facilities for the course last week. The standard of training from the course tutor, Matt, was outstanding. I have never encountered anyone who instilled so much confidence in trainees, and who was able to make such a dry subject interesting and informative.
Ged Asbery, Electrician
The whole delivery of the course was excellent, helping me further develop a real appreciation of regulatory requirements. Each lesson was well planned, clear and concise. I would fully recommend anyone with an interest in electrical engineering to enrol onto this course.
Barry Faichnie, Electrical Engineer - Glasgow Clyde
Recommended Learning Hours 12.5 Hours Duration 3 Days Learning Outcomes Successful candidates will hold the full qualification, be able to demonstrate a much better understanding of the 18th Edition of BS7671, and should be able to apply the understanding within their role. Who should attend This course is suitable for people working in the electrotechnical industry and having completed their 17th edition training prior to 3rd Amendment 2015. There are no formal entry requirements to attend this course however candidates should have a basic knowledge and understanding of electrical science and the principles of electrical installation work.