Electricians: book now to keep up to date with the 18th Edition amendments

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Electricians: book now to keep up to date with the 18th Edition amendments

Whether you’re new to the electrical industry, work in an associated trade or are an experienced electrician who needs to update their qualifications, the 18th Edition course is a must.

The 18th Edition Wiring Regulations books will be published on 1 July 2018 and the regulations will come into force 1 January 2019, with the latest qualification demanded by major employers and as a requirement for electricians who are considering joining a competent person part p scheme provider, like NICEIC, to certify their installations meet current guidelines.

The IEE 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 are recognised by the British Standards Institute as a British Standard (BS 7671).

Our 18th Edition course will provide you with an understanding of the Wiring Regulations you must follow when carrying out electrical installation work, both in a domestic and a commercial setting. It is also essential if you want to join a Government Approved Part P Scheme Provider, such as NICEIC or ELECSA.

Update your qualification in our state-of-the-art facility, with expert tuition in small, professional and friendly classes. At the end of the course you will take an online exam which lasts two hours. You have to answer 60 multiple choice questions during this time. You can take your Wiring Regulations book into the exam with you for reference.

Those taking part will receive a copy of the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations manual (worth £90).  The course itself  can be booked for the discounted rate of £440 (booking before 18 May 2018), with a deposit of only £50 securing your place.  Contact Karen Windle on 01282 733013 or email k.windle@burnley.ac.uk.


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