Protective Equipotential Bonding Training Course (PEB1)
Logic4training's Protective Equipotential Bonding (PEB1) course is for gas installers involved in the repositioning, altering or extending the Protective Equipotential Bonding (PEB) conductor when changing the position of gas meters within homes and outbuildings.
This course was formally known as the Main Equipotential Bond (MEB).
This training course is designed for existing gas engineers who require the skills to reposition, alter or extend the Protective Equipotential Bonding (PEB) conductor when changing the position of a gas meter – this could be inside the home, an associated outbuilding or other location.
Formally known as the Main Equipotential Bond (MEB), PEB is of a limited scope nature; where doubt or confusion arises on site regarding the electrical installation, advice should be sought from a competent electrical engineer prior to carrying out any work.
Candidates must possess as a minimum valid:
- CMA1 or CMA3,
- CESP1 or CCLP1 (PD)
- Or any of the City & Guilds N/SVQ6012 qualifications with MET1.
A knowledge of basic electrical principles would be an advantage but not essential.
The course includes practical and theoretical training and assessment on the following areas:
- Legislation & standards
- Understanding electrical installations
- Repositioning, alteration and extension of PEB
- Safe isolation and working methods
- Correct material selection and safe use
Course certificate expires in 5 years and is certificated by LCL Awards.