City & Guilds 2382-18 -18th Edition

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Burn Hall, York

Course name: 18th EditionDate(s) of course: Wed 28th Aug, Thu 29th Aug, Fri 30th AugDuration: 3 days course including lunch
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Swindon

Course name: 18th EditionDate(s) of course: Mon 9th Sep, Tue 10th Sep, Wed 11th SepDuration: 3 days course including lunch
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Overview

The 18th edition of BS 7671; the IET Wiring Regulations, has been released and is now available.

From the 1st January 2019 the design of new electrical installations will be required to comply with the new 18th edition.
We also believe that Competent Person Scheme providers will be requiring members to hold a qualification in the new 18th edition. Get prepared and make sure you secure your place on a course to have your qualification in time for the new regs.
It is expected that those individuals holding a 17th Edition qualification will be required to update their qualification; even if this was completed after one of the 17th edition amendments were introduced.

Important: The course price includes all certification and examination fee’s, however, does not include the BS 7671:2018 book which is required for the qualification. Please bring your own copy, if you don’t have a copy you can purchase one online, or you can call us and purchase a copy from us ready for you on the day of your course.

18th Edition

Run over 3 days the 18th edition course will teach you how to design and install to the latest regulations. Suitable for anyone who is currently involved in electrical installation and design, whether they are engaged in the domestic, industrial or commercial industry.

Pre-requisites

There are no formal pre-requisites to attend the 18th edition course however as a general rule you will already have some knowledge of electrical installation and science.

Assessment

To achieve your City & Guilds qualification you’ll be assessed via a multiple choice assessment with 60 questions.

The assessment is “open book” and you are able to take your 18th Edition Regulations book BS 7671 into the exam and refer to it throughout.

Course Content

  • Part 1: Scope, object and fundamental principles
  • Part 2: Definitions
  • Part 3: Assessment of general characteristics
  • Part 4: Protection for safety
  • Part 5: Selection and erection of equipment
  • Part 6: Inspection and testing
  • Part 7: Special installations or locations
  • The Appendices

What are the key changes we expect in the 18th Edition?

At present the proposed changes have been indicated to be as;

  • A new, blue coloured wiring regulations
  • Protection against overvoltages - Clause 443 is likely to be overhauled
  • Protection against fire - Chapter 42 will be updated with extra information on arc fault detection
  • Updates to Isolation and Switching and to Surge Protection
  • The special location Section 753 Electrical Embedded heating will be extended to include embedded electrical heating systems for surface heating, and will include de-icing and frost prevention systems
  • A new appendix covering aspects of energy efficiency

Course content is subject to change.

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