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The NEW 17th edition City and Guilds 2382 and City and Guilds 2394, (Inspection, Test and Certification)
We are now offering a special discount of £4.99 when a student purchases the NEW C&G 2382 course and our NEW City and Guilds 2394 and 2395 courses. Both comply to the 17th edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations, BS7671:2008.
The 17th edition(C&G 2382 )
This is ideal for trades who need to use a small amount of electrical work. Kitchen fitters, Conservatory installers and other areas of work in which electrical installation is not the main part of the occupations. It is also required for electricians who wish to apply for a full Part P registration scheme and have not got an equivalent qualification.
The C & G 2395 and the C & G 2394
are for the more advanced students than the C&G 2382. They require a strong electrical background. The courses teach the student how to Inspect and Test a new installation (Electrical Installation Certificate + Schedules) or an existing installation (Periodic Inspection Report + Schedules)
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 , ' 17th edition' and City and Guilds 2394, 'Inspection and Testing' are all the PART P qualifications you need to start your carer as an electrician and here we have the two courses available for just £22.99!
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?
1). Complete course for City & Guilds 2394 and 2395 covering all of the syllabus based on the 17th edition
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 BS7671 : 2008 the 17th edition , and also guidance note 3 inspection and test, plus these course's and away you go.
2). Overview of the practical parts of the C&G 2394 and C&G 2395
3). A guide to what knowledge is expected from the student for the course C&G 2394
4). A guide to what knowledge is expected from the student for the course C&G 2395
5). Common areas of past failures for C&G 2394 students
6). Questions on BS7671:2008.
7). ALL NEW and complete course notes for City & Guilds 2382 , covering all of the syllabus,
8). Step through guide of the 17th edition highlighting the major changes
9). Questions on BS7671:2008 with answers and references to the 17th edition
10).Tips on examination type and technique
11.) The complete part P regulation
12.) 2 types of printable electrical installation certificates, plus notes
13.) 1 type of schedule of inspection record, printable with notes.
14.) 1 type of schedule of test record, printable with notes.
15.) 1 type of minor works, printable with notes.
16.) 1 type of periodic inspection certificate, printable with notes.
17.) 3 HSE electricians safety guides
18). Free course notes for City & Guilds 2381 (16th edition)
19). Free course notes for City & Guilds 2394 (16th edition)
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Contents City and Guilds 2382
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
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 Reserved for Future Use
Section 711 - Exhibition installation's, shows, stands, displays.
Section 712 - Solar Photovoltaic (PV) power supply systems (solar power)
Section 717 - Mobile or transportable unit.
Section 721 - Electrical installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans.
Section 740 - Temporary Installation's for structures, amusements and devices used at
fairgrounds, amusements and circuses
Section 753 - Floor and Ceiling heating systems
Contents C&G 2394 and 2395
Chapter 1 Standards & Regulations
Plan of the IEE Wiring Regulations
Chapter 2 Earthing
Reasons for Earthing
Earth Fault Path
Chapter 3 Inspection
Frequency of Inspection & testing
Chapter 4 Testing
Sequence for Testing
Continuity of Protective Conductors
Continuity of Ring Final Circuit Conductors
Site Applied Insulation
Protection by Separation of Circuits
Protection by Barriers or Enclosures
Insulation of Non-conducting Locations
Earth Electrode Resistance
Earth Fault Loop Impedance
External Earth Fault Loop Impedance
Prospective Short Circuit Current
Residual Current Devices
Chapter 5 Documentation
Alterations and Additions
Periodic Inspection Report
Chapter 6 Instrumentation
Choose your course and select the format, if its download, you will receive a link via email, Cd's will be sent within 36 hours
Why pay more? offers only while stocks last
Only £12.99 for the instant download of the City and Guilds 2382. Please click on the button 'Download'.
CD Version of the 2382 course delivered £14.99.
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£12.99 for the instant download of the C&G 2394 and 2395 home study course please click on the download button.
CD Version of the 2394/95 course delivered £14.99.
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Special offer when you purchase our C&G 2382 and 2394 /95 course togethor its only £22.99, saving £4. Click on the download button.
CD Version £24.99 This is a limited offer, only available until stock last .
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