£230.20 (£263.20 inc VAT)
Virtual Electric Vehicle Classroom Training Course and includes IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging 2020.
This course will be running across various locations and dates.
Choose from one of the 7 events with open places below.Choose a venue from the list below
Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular as consumers are looking for new ways to reduce rising fuel bills. Because of this, the demand for electric vehicle charging points is also increasing and this has opened up a lucrative new business opportunity for electrical contractors.
This course will teach you how to install electrical vehicle charging points in compliance with BS 7671, the Electrical Safety Quality and Continuity Regulations and the new IET Code of Practice.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is aimed at contractors looking to expand their business to accommodate the installation of electric vehicle charging points.
The course will cover the requirements of BS7671 with regards to the new section on electrical vehicle charging points, discussing how the electrical supply can be delivered from both private and public supplies. By the end of the course you will understand how to install these points in compliance with BS7671, the Electrical Safety Quality and Continuity Regulations and the new IET Code of Practice.
• Modes of charging and connection
• Pre-Installation consideration and surveying
• Meeting the requirements of BS 7671:2018 + Amendment No.1:2020 (Section 722)
• Awareness of IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (4th Edition)
• Commissioning and notification process
• Course assessment
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.
Did you know about these Electrical Vehicle grants offered by the government?
Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme
The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) provides grant funding of up to 75% towards the cost of installing electric vehicle charge points at domestic properties across the UK.
Workplace Charging Scheme
The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) is a voucher-based scheme that provides support towards the up-front costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle charge-points, for eligible businesses, charities and public sector organisations.
For all schemes applicants MUST have:
• Proof of membership of the Electrician Associations (e.g. NICEIC/ECA/Select)
• Proof your company's installers have been trained to install electric vehicle charge points; names of installers, their qualifications and renewal dates.
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Please note this is a Virtual Training Course and includes IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging 2020
Continue your professional development from the comfort of your own home, office or van
Using compatible devices to access the training software whether a PC, Laptop, Tablet or Smart Phone
Learning materials loaded onto the training platform to aid your learning journey
Delivered by a Subject Expert, learning with a small number of like-minded delegates
With delegate and tutor interaction to aid your learning
Completed over a day with regular breaks
Learn at a location of your choice – home, office or van
No need to travel, saving on both costs and time
No Health & Safety Risks from COVID-19
Same content and objectives achieved as classroom-based training
Interactive through use of the GOTOTRAINING software through webcam, chat panels and assessments
Accessible on multiple devices – Laptop, Tablet or Smart Phone
Learning materials available to be downloaded to a device and accessible as reference at a later stage
IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging 2020
The Code of Practice provides a clear overview of EV charging equipment, as well as setting out the considerations needed prior to installation and the necessary physical and electrical installation requirements. It also details what needs to be considered when installing electric vehicle charging equipment in various different locations – such as domestic dwellings, on-street locations, and commercial and industrial premises.
Assessment Body NICEIC & ELECSA Duration 1 Day