Through a series of webinars, David (SparkyNinja) and Phil (Ascot College) will cover all of the technical requirements for you to be prepared for the written exam and will provided regular revision support.
The project featured in this course must be completed in your own time, so the lockdown is an ideal time for a course such as this.We will provide regular support meetings to keep you moving forward.
It is strongly recommended that you have achieved the 18th edition prior to attending this course – see our 18th edition course listing if you haven’t.
This qualification helps to develop the essential, up-to-date knowledge and techniques needed to professionally design and install or inspect and test electrical systems.
This award is ideal for qualified electricians wishing to expand or update their professional knowledge and skills. Level 4 is ideal if you are an experienced electrician, working with minimal or no supervision.
This one-day training course will expand on the scope of your prior PAT training. We will look into a variety of subjects including:
This course has been developed to introduce electrical theory and principles for those working in the events industry installing temporary systems — but who may not have a background of electrical training.
This course is primarily aimed at those working on or having responsibility for temporary electrical installations in their many forms. From Persons Responsible to those installing systems, this course covers the basic electrical knowledge that would be expected as a minimum requirement for those involved with temporary electrical systems.
This is the first BS 7909 course accredited by a recognised approved awarding body in the UK. To maintain quality and integrity it is delivered by qualified teachers or assessors who have many years of experience in the temporary electrical system industry.
To achieve the City & Guilds accredited certificate, candidates will need to complete a one-day practical installation, inspection and testing module. these will be arranged post COVID-19, at venues in the North, Midlands and South of England.
In the meantime, a certificate of unit credit towards the accredited certificate will be awarded for completion of this theory unit. It focuses on large systems that include three-phase.
City & Guilds accreditation will require attendance of a second practical day at the additional cost of £145, which includes the accreditation fee.
It details the design and management requirements of a Person Responsible from the planning stage through installation, inspection, testing, certification and removal.
Upon completion, candidates should be able to act effectively as the Person Responsible for systems, including the design and management of the system.
City and Guilds have enabled remote invigilation for the 18th edition training course.
This means we can now deliver training and assessment all from the comfort of your own home or suitable place of work.
Assessment will require all candidates to have suitable computers that meet the following requirements:
It's important to remember that with SparkyNinja this isn't a 'key areas' course or a 'train to pass'. This course is focused on discussing the regulations, making them real world so you can use BS 7671 to work from and go beyond.