1 day course
18th Edition Wiring Regulations Update Course
It is the responsibility of every contracting electrician to ensure they are fully conversant with current electrical regulations, but it is equally important that maintenance electricians and electrical managers have sound knowledge of the regulations that relate to their environments and operations.
This course is recommended for holders of the current 17th Edition qualification to Amendment 3 2015 standard. It is primarily aimed at electrical tradespersons and electrical managers to make them aware of the changes introduced to the wiring regulations and implications to design and installation practices. The course will also be of great benefit to companies that intend to perform inspection and testing of fixed wiring installations by providing a sound knowledge of the latest version of the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.
The course builds to a 2-hour open book examination consisting of 60 multiple choice questions.
Please note, delegates will require a copy of the BS7671:2022 publication, both for the training course and examination. The course fee does not include a copy of this.
The course focuses on the changes brought in by the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations, including:
- Part 1 – Scope, Object and Fundamental Principles
- Part 2 – Definitions
- Part 3 – Assessment of General Characteristics
- Part 4 – Protection for Safety
- Chapter 41 - Protection against electric shock
- Chapter 46 – Isolation and Switching
- Part 5 – Selection and Erection of Equipment
- Part 6 – Inspection and Testing
- Chapter 64 – Initial Verification
- Chapter 65 – Periodic Inspection and Testing
- Part 7 – Special Installations or Locations
- Part 8 - Functional Requirements
Did you know, this course is available virtually?
Simply select ‘Virtual Learning’ under course location to view the dates available.
What can I expect from Virtual Learning?
Our Virtual Learning courses give delegates the opportunity to learn from the comfort of their own home whilst still getting all the tuition they would in the classroom.
This is training online but not to be mistaken for E-learning. Our training is delivered in real time by one of our electrical tutors using video conferencing software that gives delegates the opportunity to watch and listen to the tutor, follow the presentation live and interact and ask any questions they may have.
There are scheduled course dates with set start and end times, and short breaks throughout the sessions. This differs to E-Learning where courses are pre-recorded and you can join at any time.
Our virtual learning can be accessed via a PC, laptop or tablet. When you make a booking, we’ll then send you your joining instructions with the link to access the training – it really is that simple.
What information do I need to provide?
To ensure our virtual courses run as smooth as possible, we require the following:
- Delegate Name, Email Address and Contact Number
- Postal Address for the course pack, containing course notes and any purchased publications
We ask for this information no later than 2 weeks before the course start date. If no information is received, the email invite and course pack will be sent to the booker and company address provided.
How do I take the exam?
During the course, remote and in-centre examination dates/times will be given to you for you to select and confirm the session which suits you best.
Introducing Remote Invigilation
City & Guilds Remote Invigilation means there is no need to come to centre to sit the exam. This gives delegates greater flexibility and removes the need to travel to one of our training centres, saving you time and money.
Remote exams are invigilated online by a representative from City & Guilds who will supervise the delegate and ensure exam conditions are met. Your results will be available from us as soon as you have completed the exam.
Please note, for remote invigilation you will need:
- A Windows PC (Windows 8 or higher)
- A strong/stable internet connection
- A webcam
- A microphone
- A quiet and well-lit room where you will not be disturbed
- Photo ID (no older than 10 years) – e.g. driving license, passport, work-based ID or Student ID are all acceptable
- Surpass Viewer (This is a custom web browser to run the exam. Download instructions will be provided)
For further information regarding City & Guilds Remote Invigilation and how to take the exam, download the candidate guide here.
In-centre exams are still available for virtual courses if preferred. Our training team will provide you with available dates/times at our various locations for you to select the slot most suitable.
Do I have to resit the full course if I am unsuccessful in the exam?
Hopefully you will pass first time but, if required you can simply resit the exam rather than having to attend the whole course again.
Why do I need the publication for the course?
The publication will be referenced throughout the training and will be needed for the end of course open book exam
When do I sit the exam?
This will take place on the afternoon of the course
When will I find out if I have been successful in the end of course exam?
Results will be available instantaneously after completing the assessment.
Will I be able to sign off Electrical Installations on successful completion of this course?
No, the correct course to attend would be our City & Guilds 2391-52 course. Please click here to find out more.
The following books are recommended reading and are essential for specific courses with examinations.
If you are booking a course, please purchase your books at the same time as you are buying the seats. We can post them to you, or delegates can collect them on the day of the course.
If books are purchased independently of a course, we will deliver these to your company address.
The following courses are also available and may complement and build upon the knowledge gained
on the City & Guilds 2382-22: 18th Edition Update course.