Who needs Periodic Inspection and Testing Training?
Periodic Inspection and Testing training is for experienced electricians, responsible for ensuring existing electrical installations remain in-line with the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations and issuing Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR). Periodic Inspection and Testing is often required in public buildings and rented properties, both domestic and commercial.
What is this course?
Periodic Inspection, Testing and Reporting of Electrical Installations has been created as a consequence of changes to the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations. This meant that old qualification Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (2391-01) was split into two distinct Level 3 qualifications. Periodic Inspection and Testing (2395) and Initial Verification of Electrical Installations (2394), giving electricians more choice, depending on their role.
Our course includes a practical assessment and written exam.
How much does it cost?
The course is £455.00 Ex VAT
Where can I take this course?
Logic4training’s Periodic Inspection, Testing and Reporting course can be taken at any of our three centres, Northolt, Luton or Basildon, depending on availability.
How do I find out more?
If you are interested in learning more about course content or course dates please send us an enquiry using the quick enquiry form on this page.
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At the beginning of 2014, several electrical training courses were redeveloped to reflect changes to the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations and actual working practice in the industry, and in order to bring them in line with the QCF (Qualification and Credit Framework).
As a consequence, 2391-10: Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations, was split into two distinct level 3 qualifications:
2394: Initial Verification of Electrical Installations (for testing and certification of new and altered electrical installations)
2395: Periodic Inspection, Testing and Reporting of Electrical Installations (testing and reporting on existing electrical installations)
We offer both the City & Guilds and Logic Certification versions of these courses.
Historically, electricians had to cover both areas through the single qualification, but the split means that electrical installers can choose which course best suits their role, offering more obtainable options into the electrical industry.
Electricians who do complete both qualifications will effectively demonstrate a level of technical knowledge and understanding relevant to the requirements of a Qualified Supervisor (QS).