Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Point Installation Course
Logic4training's Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Point Installer course covers the installation of EV charging equipment in domestic, commercial and industrial locations; ideal for electrical installers looking to take advantage of the growing EV market.
We have partnered with Rolec, one of the world’s leading specialists in EV charging equipment and succesful candidates can be registered on their approved installer’s scheme.
The EV charging point course is for experienced electrical installers and covers all the key skills to design, install, commission and test domestic and commercial electric vehicle charging points.
The course has been developed with leading specialists in EV charging equipment design and manufacture, Rolec. On successful completion, candidates can be registered on Rolec’s national database of EV charge point installers and get referrals for installation jobs in their area.
This qualification also meets the competency requirement for installers to register on the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) grant scheme, for charge points in the home or workplace.
Contact our Customer Service Team on 0208 845 7222 for more information.
In July 2017 the government confirmed that it will end the sale of all new conventional petrol and diesel cars and vans in Britain by 2040. This, coupled with rising fuel prices, is creating a surge in demand of ultra-low emission vehicles.
According to statistics from nextgreencar.com, the electric car market is growing quickly, with over 420,000 pure-electric cars on UK roads at the end of February 2022, and more than 780,000 plug-in models if including plug-in hybrids (PHEVs).
If this trend is going to continue upwards, the UK needs a reliable and wide-ranging charging infrastructure, providing a great opportunity for suitably trained electrical installers.
The course is for electricians who should hold the 18th Edition BS7671 and Initial Verification qualification together with 2 years’ experience in the electrical industry.
- City & Guilds 2382 18th Edition Wiring Regulations or equivalent qualification.
- Two years experience in the electrical industry
- Have a qualification and experience in carrying out Initial Verification (Inspection and Testing) on electrical installations -this will be required to undertake the practical assessment.
You must be 18+ years to register for this course.
The Level 3 RQF award (C&G 2921-31 or LCL Awards EVCE), covers all the knowledge and practical skills required to:
- Understand key requirements, advantages & disadvantages of different types of electric vehicle charging arrangements and equipment.
- Design and install electric vehicle charging equipment at domestic, commercial and industrial locations.
- Carry out Inspection, testing, commissioning and handover of electric vehicle charging equipment.
- System test and fault finding.
Upon completion of the training, candidates will be assessed through an online multiple choice test and practical assignment.
The course is based upon the IET Code of Practice for EV charge point installations and a copy of this book is included as part of the course.