The C&G 2377-32 is aimed at anyone with a responsibility to set and control a system in order to maintain electrical equipment (portable appliances). This could range from qualified electricians following electrical training to those with basic PAT Testing knowledge.
The course contains both theory learning and an insight into practical elements involved in the inspection and testing of portable appliances (more commonly know as PAT Testing).
Candidates must have achieved the C&G 2377-12 or 22 In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment Certificate.
The C&G 2377-32 Management of In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment is aimed at anyone who has a responsibility to set and control a system in order to maintain electrical equipment (portable appliances). This can include:
Health and Safety Operatives
Candidates do not have to be practicing electricians, but should have a basic knowledge of electrical and PAT Testing principles.Course Overview
As this course is aimed at Managers the emphasis is more on managing PAT Testing Jobs and the importance of the PAT Testing records and results. For a more practical course see the City and Guilds 2377-32 Inspection and Testing of Electrical Appliances.Progression & Development
On completion of this PAT Testing training course successful candidates should be able to undertake basic PAT Testing, keep records to satisfy the Electricity at Works Regulations and maintain administrative records.
Candidates who successfully complete City and Guilds The Management of In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (PAT Testing) - 2377-32 course can progress onto more advanced electrical training courses: