The 18th Edition Regulations course is not available yet, we predict it will be available in 2018
Description of the 18th Edition IET wiring regulations course
This City and Guilds Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations (2383) qualification is primarily aimed at practising electricians with relevant experience and other allied professionals e.g. surveyors, consultants and other trades needing to update and enhance their understanding of the 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations. It is also suitable for anyone wishing to demonstrate an understanding of the IET 18th Edition Wiring
What does the Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations (2383) qualification cover?
The 17th Edition IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671) are the definitive standards for the electrical industry in respect of safe use and operation of electrical equipment and systems. They set requirements and operating criteria for the UK and correspond to EC standards and are recognised by the British Standards Institute as a British Standard (BS 7671). It is intended to ensure that individuals are conversant with the format, content and application of the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671: 2018.
What does the Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations (2383) 18th Edition course consist of?
- The course last 3 days and is all theoretical learning in a classroom.
- There are 8 units to study, 7 relate to the parts and 1 to the appendices of the BS7671 IET regulations.
- You will be assessed by an open book online exam
Why do you need the Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations (2383) qualification?
- To gain a better and more up to date understanding of the BS7671 Regulations
- If you are an Electrical Contractor looking to register with a Part P scheme, you will need this qualification.
- If you are another allied trade and looking to register as a Domestic Installer, you will need this to give you understanding of the Electrical regulations.
If you would like to know what qualifications you need to become a fully qualified Electrician, then check out our “how to become a qualified Electrician” page...