5 day course*
Award in the Design and Verification of Electrical Installations
*This course runs in a block of three and then two consecutive weekdays.
Whenever new installation works or alterations are carried out within premises, someone will have to make crucial decisions. At the design stage, or when it comes to installation and testing the competence of the person making those decisions is judged.
As the highest level course relating to BS7671 offered by City & Guilds, and pitched to an experienced and knowledgeable level, this qualification is chosen by many as evidence of their professional competence.
It is mainly aimed at electrical trades people and electrical managers responsible for making design decisions within an electrical installation, and is achieved by completing a two-part examination. This consists of a 3-hour evening written assessment and a design project.
You will need a sound working knowledge of electrical installation practices, preferably with some knowledge of design and verification.
- Overview of regulations
- Installations characteristics
- Wiring systems
- Cable selection and design
- Discrimination and diversity
- Earthing and earthing systems
- Special installations
- Inspection and testing
- Documentation and certification
- Project design
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 2396-01 course.