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Part Time 17th Edition IEE Regulations, Level 3 (City & Guilds) 2382-20

Blackpool and The Fylde College

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17th Edition IEE Regulations, Level 3 (City & Guilds) 2382-20 Qualification Obtained: Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations (16 to 17th edition update BS7671 June 2008) About this Course: This qualification is primarily aimed at practising electricians and other allied professions e.g electrical engineers, contracts managers, designers, consultants, surveyors and other related trades with a good working knowledge of BS7671 and who have already achieved the City and Guilds Certificate in the requirements for Electrical Installations (BS7671:2001) (2381) or recognised equivalent. It is intended to ensure that they are conversant with the format, content and the application of the current edition of the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2008 (17th edition). It should be noted that limited instruction will be provided on existing requirements and electrical science. Entry Requirements: Candidates who have already achieved the City and Guilds Certificate in the requirements for Electrical Installations (BS7671:2001) (2381) or recognised equivalent. See attached City & Guilds Information Sheet. Proof of previous qualifications must be provided Assessment Methods: This unit will be assessed by a multiple choice 1 hour 30 question on-line test covering the underpinning knowledge relating to the content and application of BS7671. Skills Developed: There are eight units making up the course relating to Parts 1-7 and the Appendices of BS7671:2008 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 Appendices Funding Information Most students do not have to pay full tuition fees and many students have their course fees waived completely depending on their age and circumstances. Repayable and non-repayable grants and loans are also available for higher education students. When a course code contains 'EC' this indicates that it is an economic course which in most cases does not attract course fee waivers. Where courses are run over more than one year, the tuition fee shown is for one year only. Fees for subsequent years are subject to review. Course Instances: Course Code : Start Date** : Duration : Tuition Fees : Location : Attendance CE1EC101 09/10 1st Aug 1 Day ?160 Bispham Campus Part Time ** For some courses offered by the college it is be possible to enrol after the start date has passed, while courses with open enrolment can be started at any point during the year.

17th Edition IEE Regulations, Level 3 (City & Guilds) 2382-20 Qualification Obtained: Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations (16 to 17th edition update BS7671 June 2008) About this Course: This qualification is primarily aimed at practising electricians and other allied professions e.g electrical engineers, contracts managers, designers, consultants, surveyors and other...

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