£935.00 (£1,122.00 inc VAT)
This is an EAL Level 4 Award qualification. The emphasis is on the safe and ergonomic design on an installation.
This course will be running across various locations and dates.
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This qualification is for learners who wish to obtain an understanding of the concepts, processes and practices involved with the design, construction management and the initial verification of electrical installations.
The emphasis is on the safe and ergonomic design on an installation which complies with relevant statutes, regulations; industry standards, and sound engineering practices.
In order to prepare the Assignment (portfolio), candidates will have to return for approximately two days, five weeks after the start date of the course.
The Assignment will be due by 10 weeks after the start date of the course.
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Accredited at Level 4
Supported by Certsure
Supported by the JIB
Course Outline This qualification is: Accredited at Level 4 | Industry recognised | Supported by Certsure | Supported by the JIB. Duration 5 Days Learning Outcomes This qualification comprises of a single knowledge unit which has 30 guided learning hours (GLH) which covers: relevant statutory and non-statutory requirements, electrical installation design, BS 7671, design and verification procedures, associated protective systems; and aspects of environmental technologies. It covers design calculations and the application of BS 7671 and related guidance in the safe and effective design of an installation. The qualification has a total qualification time (TQT) of 100 hours. Related Courses Initial Verification Who should attend Learners must be at least 16 years old. There are no formal entry requirements for these qualifications; however centres should ensure that the learners have the potential to achieve these qualifications. Learners must have the minimum levels of literacy and numeracy to complete the learning outcomes and assessments. It is recommended that learners have completed a recognised electrical apprenticeship, or as a minimum hold qualifications covering inspection and testing, and a current qualification to the wiring regulations.