| The course contains both theory and practical electrical training elements. |
Areas of study include;
- Hazards of Electricity
- Classification of Appliances
- Legal Requirements
- IEE Code of Practice
- Recording Results & using a PAT Tester.
No previous qualifications are required to be eligible for the
City and Guilds 2377-22 PAT Testing course.
It is advisable that candidates have some basic PAT Testing knowledge and
any previous electrical training would be advantageous.
We suggest the following timescales as a guide:
- 1 Day Course - is suitable for people with a good electrical / testing backround
- 2 Day Course - is suitable for people with basic electrical / testing knowledge
- 3 Day Course - is suitable for people with very little electrical experience.
Candidates will require a current copy of the IEE Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing 4th Edition in order to sit the exam.
Candidates who successfully complete C&G 2377-22 (PAT Testing) can progress onto more advanced electrical training courses:
- C&G 2377-32 The Management of In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (PAT Testing)
- C&G 2382-12 17th Edition Requirements for Electrical Installations (BS 7671: 2008 - amd 2)
- C&G 2394-01 Level 3 Certificate in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification
- C&G 2395-01 Level 3 Certificate in Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical installations
The C&G 2377-22 PAT Testing course will conclude with a 50 question online examination and a practical assessment.
This will be an open-book examination, lasting 1.5 hours.
Certificates are issued from C&G only after successful completion of the online exam and practical assessment.
Calibration for PAT Testing equipment is carried out by: