Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) Training Course in Kent - City and Guilds 2377
Two training courses delivered by experienced engineers leading to the City & Guilds qualifications.
· The Certificate of Competence for the Inspection and testing of Electrical Equipment 2377-22
· The Certificate of Competent Management of Electrical Equipment Maintenance 2377-32
The 2377 training course is delivered in Kent at our Rochester training centre or can be delivered on your premises by special arrangement.
Course features from IPS
Computer based on-line testing
Pre-book your test time
Do the training, do the test
Immediate notification of provisional results
Secure City & Guilds (SecureAccess) exam system
Swift resits if necessary
Get the C&G certificate, normally in 2/3 weeks
For Companies and organisations
IPS can take the computer based exams to your premises. We travel to you, deliver the training and the on-line exam in one complete session (requires City and Guilds authorisation to maintain quality). We do the travelling and your people dont need expenses to travel away from the workplace.
Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) training pre-requisites
This qualification is designed for those who do the inspection and testing of Portable Appliance equipment and are required to safely interpret results, record findings and label equipment. Candidates need basic electrical knowledge and are required to demonstrate practical ability to carry out tests and correctly record the results.
Open Learning Option
Candidates who are experienced and have the capability to pass the assessments and on-line test can Register to take an exam with IPS and receive Open Learning training. We will arrange a convenient time for you to visit IPS and have a 30 minute briefing on the course. We tell you what you need to learn, what you need to practice, what competence tests we will do with you.
You arrange a return visit to IPS and then sit the on-line test. Both together take about 2 to 3 hours and once you complete the on-line test you know whether you pass or not.
The Certificate of Competent Management of Electrical Equipment Maintenance 2377-32
The law and the scope of the legislation
Electrical equipment and classification
Inspection and testing methods
Documentation and labeling
Training for competence
HSE and IEE guidance notes
The Certificate of Competence for the Inspection and testing of Electrical Equipment 2377-22
Electric shock and electrocution risk
Equipment and appliance construction
HSE guidance notes
PAT code of practice
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For more information about this course please call us on 01634 298800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.