Who Should Attend?
A qualification covering Inservice Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment is a useful add-on to anyone with suitable experience and knowledge of electrical systems. An accredited PAT qualification means that electrical contractors and individual workers, are more likely to win new business and employment opportunities.
Candidates should be familiar with electrical systems and hazards of electricity in order to satisfactorily complete this qualification. Candidates must be able to demonstrate adequate prior knowledge and experience to ensure that they have the potential to successfully gain the qualification.
What Will I Learn?
The course content is designed to help you understand, interpret and apply the Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment. To achieve this, we make use of the latest edition of the IET ACOP publication. We will also provide hands on practical training using approved and calibrated instruments.
- The Code of Practice
- Class and type of equipment
- Inspection & testing, documentation
- Exam preparation
Exams and Assessments
To allow time for study, the exam & assessment will be scheduled to take place approximately 4 weeks after you attend the course. Dates will be confirmed with you on the day of the course.
- Online multiple choice exam, 40 questions, 1 hour 45 minutes (open book). Please note your first attempt at the exam is included in the price of this course. Any subsequent resits will incur a fee of £65.
- Practical assessment 1 hour. Please note your first attempt at the practical is included in the price of this course. Any subsequent resits will incur a fee of £90.
City & Guilds state that
“any books taken into exams cannot contain the following:
• Sample exam questions, answers or diagrams
• Any writing in the regulations or accompanying written notes
• Notes, diagrams or any content that may in anyway advantage the candidate in answering questions within the exam.
It is the responsibility of the centre (ETT) to ensure the material in the candidate’s resources cannot unfairly advantage candidates in any way. If there is any doubt over the suitability of content the
publication should not be used and replaced with a ‘clean’ publication.” To remove any uncertainty or additional stress to candidates during exams by having to check each page of their book and possibly confiscate their books.
Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (4th Edition) ISBN 978-1849196260
Terms and Conditions
We understand that it may be necessary for you to cancel your course booking. If you do cancel, we will refund your payment in accordance with the policy as set out below.