IEE Wiring Regulations (Full Course, City & Guilds 2382-10)

4.9
7 opinions
  • To be totally honest, I thought the course I took which was the 17th edition 3 day course, was going to be a total waste of my time seeing as I missed out on the cut off date by 5months. But in actual fact it proved me absolutely wrong, it was well worth doing and definately good value for money. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, the venue was excellent, the tutor was very friendly, helpful and made learning enjoyable. I would highly recommend anyone to use Update for this course and personally use Update for any other courses I might benefit from, like the PV course which will be available to do in the very near future.
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  • What an enjoyable course a nice relaxed pace a good venue tea and biscuits. The tutors jokes (Nigel Harman) are the same as when i did my 16th edition in 2001 but on both accounts I passed first time. Although some of the jokes are really not that funny the training was first class and I look forward to other courses with this tutor.( I just hope that some new jokes have been learnt and a big thankyou to Nigel)
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  • Course done in a relaxed but systematic manner.
    Background information provided for better understanding of reason behind certain requirements within regulation
    Good guidance in how to use the 17th edition in an effective manner
    MOST IMPORTANTLY - helped me in passing my examination at the 1st attempt !
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In Folkestone

£ 400 + VAT
  • Typology

    Training

  • Location

    Folkestone

  • Duration

    3 Days

Description

At the end of the course, candidates will have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the 17th edition Regulations (BS7671:2008) and be prepared to sit the City ang Guilds Examination.
Suitable for: The 17th Edition full course is aimed at electrical and non-electrical personnel who design, install, inspect & test and maintain wiring systems. The course is intended for persons who are not familiar with the 17th edition (BS7671;2008)or who may have studied a previous edition of the Regulations some time ago. Most registration bodies are now insisting that persons undertaking full scope or defined scope electrical installation work are in possession of a 17th Edition qualification.

Important information

Documents

  • Course Details 2382-10

Facilities

Location

Starts

Folkestone (Kent)
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Shearway Business Park, CT19 4RH

Starts

On request

To take into account

There are no formal entry requirements

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Opinions

5.0
excellent
  • To be totally honest, I thought the course I took which was the 17th edition 3 day course, was going to be a total waste of my time seeing as I missed out on the cut off date by 5months. But in actual fact it proved me absolutely wrong, it was well worth doing and definately good value for money. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, the venue was excellent, the tutor was very friendly, helpful and made learning enjoyable. I would highly recommend anyone to use Update for this course and personally use Update for any other courses I might benefit from, like the PV course which will be available to do in the very near future.
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  • What an enjoyable course a nice relaxed pace a good venue tea and biscuits. The tutors jokes (Nigel Harman) are the same as when i did my 16th edition in 2001 but on both accounts I passed first time. Although some of the jokes are really not that funny the training was first class and I look forward to other courses with this tutor.( I just hope that some new jokes have been learnt and a big thankyou to Nigel)
    |
  • Course done in a relaxed but systematic manner.
    Background information provided for better understanding of reason behind certain requirements within regulation
    Good guidance in how to use the 17th edition in an effective manner
    MOST IMPORTANTLY - helped me in passing my examination at the 1st attempt !
    |
100%
4.8
excellent

Course rating

Recommended

Centre rating

david probets

5.0
08/07/2010
What I would highlight: To be totally honest, I thought the course I took which was the 17th edition 3 day course, was going to be a total waste of my time seeing as I missed out on the cut off date by 5months. But in actual fact it proved me absolutely wrong, it was well worth doing and definately good value for money. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, the venue was excellent, the tutor was very friendly, helpful and made learning enjoyable. I would highly recommend anyone to use Update for this course and personally use Update for any other courses I might benefit from, like the PV course which will be available to do in the very near future.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Ken Moor

5.0
11/03/2010
What I would highlight: What an enjoyable course a nice relaxed pace a good venue tea and biscuits. The tutors jokes (Nigel Harman) are the same as when i did my 16th edition in 2001 but on both accounts I passed first time. Although some of the jokes are really not that funny the training was first class and I look forward to other courses with this tutor.( I just hope that some new jokes have been learnt and a big thankyou to Nigel)
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Vitus Luk

5.0
08/03/2010
What I would highlight: Course done in a relaxed but systematic manner.
Background information provided for better understanding of reason behind certain requirements within regulation
Good guidance in how to use the 17th edition in an effective manner
MOST IMPORTANTLY - helped me in passing my examination at the 1st attempt !
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

mark herbert

5.0
14/01/2010
What I would highlight: the course was very well put together and put across in a very easy to understand way . i am now looking to do my test and inspect with the same trainer
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Chris Burden

5.0
13/01/2010
What I would highlight: Had a very good Three Day course, very intense but fun. Well worth the cost, didnt think i would pass but they got me through it.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Peter Garwood

5.0
13/01/2010
What I would highlight: The course was very informative, good value for money and ticked all the boxes.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Chris Burden

4.5
13/01/2010
What I would highlight: Had a very good Three Day course, very intense but fun. Well worth the cost, didnt think i would pass but they got me through it.
What could be improved: --
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Teachers and trainers (1)

Nigel Harman

Nigel Harman

Principal Trainer

Nigel has over 30 years experience in the electrical industry and as a trainer/assessor and author of many training publications. He has a wealth of electrical knowledge and the ability to put this across in a friendly, relaxed manner.

Course programme

17th Edition IEE Regulations (BS7671;2008) course will provide a detailed exploration of the Regulations, concentrating on their practical application on site. It is ideal preparation for the City & Guilds 2382 (17th Edition)Examination.

There are no formal entry requirements to this course. The course is therefore suitable for those who have not studied the 17th Edition of the regulations before or who may have studied them some time ago (before June 2001). It is suitable for electricians and non-electricians who carry out electrical installation work associated with their main activity. Assessment is by means of a 2 hour, 60 multiple choice question, open book, computerised examination. This means that a provisional exam result can usually be given to the candidate shortly after the end of the examination. Successful candidates will be awarded the City & Guilds 2382 (17th Edition) certificate. Most awarding and registration bodies (eg Part P) are now making the 17th Edition qualification a minimum requirement for entry onto their schemes.

Additional information

Comments:

This is a full 17th Edition Course, successful candidates will be awarded a City & Guilds 2382 certificate.


Career opportunities:

Most electricians are expected to be qualified to the latest edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations by the various registration bodies and by prospective employers. It is also often one of the requirements for registration as a Part P installer


Students per class: 8
Contact person: Nigel Harman
£ 400 + VAT