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Electrical Installation Private Courses

Here at M.I.T. Skills we do not just deliver government funded apprenticeship courses, but also the latest electrical industry qualifications. In addition we can also create advanced bespoke courses for experienced professionals who wish to gain new skills.

The many types of bespoke courses we can offer

The Achievement Measurement 2 (AM2) is the end point assessment for Electrical apprenticeships. It has been designed by the electrical industry to demonstrate the learner has gained competence during their training. This test is industry recognised and is controlled by the National Electro-technical Training Organisation. The test consists of a series of timed tasks over 2.5 days covering lighting & power circuits, three phase distribution boards and sub circuits, central heating energy systems, safety services circuit devices and data cabling.
This course is aimed at practicing electricians and other allied professionals needing to update or enhance their understanding of IEE Wiring Regulations. The regulations set the requirements and operating criteria for the UK and correspond to EC standards. The course is designed to ensure that learners are familiar with the content and use of these regulations
This course is aimed at practicing electricians who would like to refresh their inspection and testing skills before progressing onto the Level 3 certificate in inspection, testing and certification. This course will cover Health and Safety, Inspecting Electrical Installations and Testing Electrical Installations. The aim of this qualification is to meet the needs of candidates who work or want to work as electricians in the electrotechnical sector; allow candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in the electrotechnical sector; meet the needs of those working in the allied trades who as a result of their primary activity undertake some electrical installation work.
This level will suit you if you work as an operative within the Electro-technical industry. There are three options learners can take depending on their individual industry requirements, level of experience or prior knowledge. Candidates can choose to learn the skills involved in Inspection and Testing in stages or as a combined assessment. The options are • 2391-50: Initial Verification. Intended for learners who wish to verify new installations and perhaps never need to carry out Periodic Inspection and Testing. • 2391-51: Periodic Inspection. Intended for learners who have previously gained qualifications in Initial Verification, perhaps through a recognised apprenticeship and wish to expand their skills to include reporting on the condition of existing electrical installations. • 2391-52: Combined Initial Verification and Periodic Inspection and Testing. Intended for experienced electricians who have never gained formal qualifications in inspection and testing or who may wish to update and reaffirm their skills. This qualification aims at the specialist knowledge and skills you need, including appropriate legislation, inspection and testing techniques, completing and issuing certificates or reports and understanding of results and measurements. Assessment will be through a multiple-choice on-line test and a practical task.
The Part P requirement is that: "Reasonable provision should be made in the design and installations of electrical installations in order to protect persons operating, maintaining or altering the installations from fire or injury." The Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings is for those working in the building trades and others who need to know how electrical installations in homes can affect the building construction. You should be a qualified electrician or a qualified individual in an allied trade. You should also be practicing your trade in England and Wales, as there are different regulations governing Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Our Basic Electricity Course provides a practical introduction to industrial electricity principles as applied to modern industrial, commercial and institutional electric power systems. This is an introduction to basic electricity, a course that will give you the knowledge you need to take the next step to advanced training for almost any profession that deals with electricity. This course will provide you with a solid foundation on which you can build. Whether you intend on continuing your education or apprenticing in any of the aforementioned trades you will start with a firm footing beneath you. The course covers the following areas: - Safety Methods - Electricity Sources - Resistors - Inductors - Capacitors - Basic Laws of Electricity - Single Phase AC Series Circuits - Single Phase AC Parallel Circuits - 3 - Phase System Power, Energy and Power Factor.

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