Who is this course for?
This 17th edition course is ideal for both newcomers to the electrical industry or for those people wishing to update their existing qualifications to the current 17th edition wiring regulations. This is an essential qualification for anyone looking to join a competent person part p scheme provider and self certify that their installation work meets current building and wiring regulation guidelines.
When booking our 17th Edition Course, you will have the option of paying for the course in full (£420 inc. VAT) or reserving your space by paying a deposit (£150 inc. VAT).
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17th Edition course
This 17th Edition course is known as the City & Guilds 2382-15. The objective is to give you an excellent understanding of the current wiring regulations that electricians need to follow when doing any electrical installation work. This electrical qualification is essential to be able to apply and join a government approved Part P competent scheme.
The 17th Edition Wiring Regulations 2008 is a large yellow book consisting of nearly 500 pages full of rules and regulations which we must follow as Domestic Electricians. The content of the book will appear quite daunting when you initially take a look at it and certainly not make much sense.
As electrical training specialists, we will ensure you completely understand the key areas of the 17th edition book and how to reference them before taking your exam at the end of your course.
Why choose us for your 17th Edition Course?
• Excellent pass rates
• State of the art training facility
• Small, professional and friendly classes
• City & Guilds accredited
• Unbeatable Prices
Our 17th Edition Course includes the following:
- Introduction of the Qualification and rationale behind it
- Why the wiring regulations exist and their role within statutory legislation
- Book Design and how to Navigate
- Explanation of the numbering systems within the book
- Quality Training
This course takes place over 3 Days. The core course times are Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Please take a look at our course FAQ’S for further course information.
The exam for the 17th Edition electrical training course is taken online with 60 multiple choice questions. You will have 120 minutes in which to complete it. You are able to take your course book in with you as you will need to reference it to get the correct answers.
The following publications are to be purchased by all customers wishing to take part on the 17th Edition Course. These books are ONLY for sale to customers who have booked a course with us. Books will not be posted out and will be available on the first day of your course.
There are no entry requirements for this course however we would recommend that those new to the industry with no installation experience consider taking our Key stage electrical course first.
If you would like any further information about the 17th Edition course or any of our electrician courses, please call us on 01444 872 145 and we will be delighted to help you.
What are the 17th Edition Course pass rates?
We have a 98% pass rate for this course.
How much does it cost to re-take the 17th Edition Exam?
The exam re-sit fee is £40 but as you can see by our pass rate this is a rarely incurred extra cost.
Does it take a long time to get your 17th Edition Exam results?
No you will get the results on the day of your exam and take away paperwork confirming this.
How long does it take to get my pass certificate?
This will be posted to you approximately 2-3 weeks after you have taken your exam.
What book do I need?
The book required is the 17th Edition (BS7671:2008), (ISBN 978-1-84919-769-4), we can pre-order a copy for £70.
What time does the 17th Edition Course start and finish?
Our normal training day starts at 9:00 AM and Finishes at 4:00 PM. However there is rarely a normal day here at EC4U so training can usually carry on later for those that want a little more help or for those we identify as needing additional support.
Where does this 17th Edition Training Course take place?
Near to Brighton in the South East and is classroom based.