Initial Inspection & Testing Training Course L3 RQF
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Logic4training's Initial Inspection & Testing training course is for experienced electricians.
This Level 3 LCL Awards qualification is recognised by the Joint Industry Board (JIB) and Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) and the Competent Person Schemes for electrical operatives.
Logic4training runs the industry recognised LCL Awards Level 3 RQF Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations.
This qualification, along with the RQF Level 3 Award in Periodic Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical Installations qualification form the Inspection and Testing suite of qualifications
By splitting out the qualifications, electricians can specialise in either Inital Verification & Certification or Periodic Inspection of electrical installations.
Alternatively, electricians can attend both courses when the appropriate level of on site experience in each sector has been achieved.
This testing and inspection training course is for experienced electricians who are responsible for the initial verification and certification of electrical installations.
The course includes training on the following:
- Electricity at Work Regulations
- BS7671 & GN3
- Initial Verification process
- Inspection techniques
- Practical testing
- Completion of Electrical Installation Certificate
The course includes the following assessments:-
- A practical assessment
- 2 short response written exam papers (open book)
The LCL Awards assessment is open book and will be completed as part of the course.
The cost of the course includes training, assessment and certification fee.
LCL Awards is an OFQUAL recognised Awarding Organisation and this qualification is recognised by Competent Person Schemes such as NAPIT, NICEIC, STROMA.
Operatives should hold City & Guilds 2382 18th Edition Wiring Regulations or equivalent and must have a practical working knowledge of both domestic and commercial electrical installations including 3 phase installations.
Operatives should have on site experience of initial verification and certification of electrical installations, using suitable test equipment and the completion of the relevant forms as per BS7671, including Minor Works Electrical Installation Certificates and Full Electrical Installation Certificates.
Operatives must purchase a copy of the IET Guidance Note 3 on Inspection, Testing and Certification as this forms an essential part of the underpinning knowledge for the written and practical assessments.
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