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Our NEW City and Guilds 2382-12 course, the 17th
edition' of the IEE Wiring Regulations, BS7671:2008 including
the Amendment No1 : 2011 is now available.
Our C&G 2382-12 course, also referred to as the the 17th edition, has been
updated in time for the new regulations to take effect. The update means
the C&G 2382-12 supersedes the C&G 2380 and 2381. From the 1st January 2012
any electrical system designed must conform to the new
17th edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations.
The two 2382 courses coded as 2382-20 and the 2381-10 are both no called
the 2382-12. Both examinations are open book and the student is allowed
to take into and use the book IEE Wiring Regulations Seventeenth Edition
7671: 2008. Our City and Guilds 2382-12 course cover all the syllabus.
The 2382-20 course is provided so any student who has sat the C&G 2381 since the IEE wiring regulations BS7671: June 2001 can sit a short course and upgrade from the 16th edition to the 17th edition. It has a shorter examination lasting 1 hour and consisting of 30 multiple choice questions.
The 2382-10 course is provided so any student can learn the complete 17th edition of the IEE Wiring regulations BS7671:2008.. It has an examination lasting 2 hours and consisting of 60 multiple choice questions.
C&G 2382-12 , also referred to as the the 17th edition, is ideal for
those who's occupation involves a small amount of electrical work. For
Example Kitchen fitters, Conservatory installers and other areas of work
in which electrical installation is not the main part of the business.
It is also a requirement for electricians who wish to apply for a full Part P registration scheme and have not got an equivalent qualification.
What we are offering is a chance to study at home and become an electrician
who can work and register for any Part P self certification schemes. The
City and Guilds 2382-12 , or 17th
edition is all you need to start your career as an electrician.
Courses on the 2382-12 are oversubscribed, expensive and waiting lists
Please note:- All products and services offered on this website are the products and services of Domlec and are in no way authorised, approved, endorsed by, or associated with City and Guilds.
So what do we offer?
ALL NEW and complete course notes for City & Guilds 2382-12 , covering
all of the syllabus,
2). Step through guide of the 17th edition highlighting the major changes
3). Questions on BS7671:2008 incl amend No1 :2011, the 17th edition.
4). Tips on examination type and technique
5). The complete April 2006 part P regulation
6). 3 HSE electricians safety guides.
7.) 2 types of printable electrical installation certificates, plus notes
8.) 1 type of schedule of inspection record, printable with notes.
9.) 1 type of schedule of test record, printable with notes.
10.) 1 type of minor works, printable with notes.
11.)1 type of periodic inspection certificate,
installation condition report, printable with notes.
13). Free course notes for City & Guilds 2381
All our courses come on a CD-ROM or are downloaded, they are in PDF
format they are compatible with all Windows and Macintosh computers. The
courses include Adobe Reader and the price also includes delivery.
All you need to do is purchase one of our courses and the required books and away you go. Just enrol for the examination turn up on the night and pass.. Saving hundreds of pounds and tons of time, these courses work, I know because I have passed using these notes and know at least 10 more who also have. (check my electricians certificates out on course details)
Credit card payments are taken through Paypal system, you do not need to be Paypal registered, just click option on payment page to indicate no Paypal account. These are used to train electricians at a leading car manufacturer that used to be based in Coventry....
Fundamental Requirements for Safety
Requirements of the IEE Regulations BS7671
Health and Safety at Work, Act, 1974
The Electricity at Work Regulations, 1989
Types of earthing
What is earthing?
Who Supplies the Earth?
How Good Should the Earth Be?
Earthing and the IEE Regulations
Earth fault loop impedance
Attaining the value of total loop impedance
Residual Current operates Devices
Protection against ingress of solid objects and liquids.
Protection against electric shock
Protection Against Overcurrent
Protection Against Overloads
Protection Against Short Circuit
Breaking capacity of circuit breakers and fuses
Discrimination & Back-up Protection
Protection against overvoltage
Protection against undervoltage
Precautions against a high risk of fire
Protection against Voltage disturbances and electromagnetic disturbances
Isolation and switching
Selecting the cable
Selecting CPC size
Inspection and Testing
Continuity of protective conductors
Continuity of ring final circuits
Earth electrode testing
Earth fault loop impedance.
Prospective fault current
Special locations Special Installations Or Locations
Section 700 - General
Section 701 - Locations Containing a Bath or a Shower
Section 702 - Swimming Pools and other basins
Section 703 - Rooms and cabins containing Sauna heaters
Section 704 - Construction and demolition Site Installations
Section 705 - Agricultural & Horticultural Premises
Section 706 - Conductive locations with Restrictive movements
Section 708 -Electrical Installations in Caravan, camping parks
and similar locations.
Section 709 - Marinas and similar locations
Section 710 – Medical locations
Section 711 - Exhibition installation's, shows, stands, displays.
Section 712 - Solar Photovoltaic (PV) power supply systems (solar
Section 717 - Mobile or transportable unit.
Section 721 - Electrical installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans.
Section 729 - Operating and Maintenance Gangways
Section 740 - Temporary Installation's for structures, amusements
and devices used at
fairgrounds, amusements and circuses
Section 753 - Floor and Ceiling heating systems
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