This is a ONLINE based course. It is designed to bring you up to speed with ala the latest 17th Edition wiring regulations including all the latest amendments. You will learn all the key regulations that you will find in day to day installations, as well as understand how to reference your regs book for the more obscure ones. The course then culminates in an open book multiple choice exam which allows 2 minutes to answer each question. This means you can take your copy of the BS7671 book into the exam and refer to it as and when required.
There are 7 units that make up the 17th Edition course:
Part 1 – Scope, object and fundamental principles
Part 2 – Definitions
Part 3 – Assessment of general characteristics
Part 4 – Protection for safety
Part 5 – Selection and erection of equipment
Part 6 – Inspection and testing
Part 7 – Special installations or locations and - Appendices
This course does include the latest amendments such as:
Operating and Maintenance Gangways
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for experienced electrical installation designers, electricians, electrical inspectors, electrical contractors and anybody requiring up to date knowledge of BS 7671
All electricians must possess this qualification 2382-15 from the end of January 2015
No previous qualifications required
This is the first step for electricians and can be followed by a number of other City and Guilds Electrical qualifications
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Andrew Membury asked:
Was wondering if I could do exam from home as look after my children, and what exam do I need to take to certificated my own work I am electrician
Yes just enrol or contact me to discuss terryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
i have bachelor's degree as electronic, electrical engineer. issued in Lithuania. is this course i have to start with?
Hello Artur, Yes this is the first step for the electricians. This has a home exam at a time you choose and is available 7 days per week to 10 pm Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Hi, I have no experience in electrical industry but I am interested in gaining qualifications in this area, is this the right course for me?
Yes it is the first step knowing what equipment and service is required. Once successful you can do the part p and eventually an inspection and testing course TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Do you receive a recognised city and guilds certificate in 17th edition?
Yes it is the city and guilds 2382-15 full online course with home exam using my system. The certificate takes about 10 days after the exam to come through TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
cristian nicolae asked:
I would like to know what course should be followed to become a qualified electrician. I have diploma an electrician recognized as BTEC Level 2 Award.
17th edition first then a testing course later TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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Maris, Sorry I dont know what your question is, all I can say is it is a home exam when you choose and available 7 days per week to 10pm Please contact me again TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Terry humphreys asked:
Please send me details etc defo need to do this the home exam big help for me as im self emplyed.
Hi Terry, The course is exam only or full course with presentations and banks of practice questions. Home exam at a time you choose and available 7 days per week to 10pm Once enrolled we issue a password for the site, you will still need a copy of the regs book and if passed before July 2018 is valid for 5 years Regards Terry CroweThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Kwame Bediako asked:
With a cpd certificate in electrical and electronic engineering from Liverpool university and jib/ecs card as a electrical labourer what can I do?
Hi, You must have the 17th edition to work as an electrician to current legislation Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
What would i be quilified ro do with this xourse if anything. Also what would i need to do to be quilified for fitting lights, adding in sockets ect..
Hi This course is the legal requirement for a qualified electrician, it means you know what you are doing in terms of the equipment and method of fixing etc. It does not make you a qualified electrician only the first stage, To be able to sign off your work you would need another qualification called inspection and testing but you cant do that until you have passed the regulations course TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Does this, or can it include the 18th Edition Course within the basic electrical qualification?
Hi Robert, No not yet the 18th is not available until early July after the regs books have been published. The 17th edition is however valid for 5 years if taken before January 2019 when the new regs are legally required. you could always do the 17th and then update before the 5 year deadline with a short update course. It is also much cheaper than the 18th edition will be in July Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
I servicing trains. in order to progress to the next level, I need some form of basic certification on electrical systems/diagrams will this help ?
Hi Steve, You should have the 17th edition and probably the 2392-10 inspection and testing course. Both are available through me and the 17th is all online and the 2392-10 can be 2/3rd online but does have a practical element to it. Regards Terry CroweThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
If I am a certified and experienced electrician from another country, do I need to start from scratch in the UK or should I use this course instead?
Hi Esther, You will need the 17th edition in the UK but your qualifications should be transferable depending upon the country agreement the Uk awarding body has. Each awarding body has a mapping of the skill sets required. City and Guilds qualifications such as 2382-15 are accepted everywhere in the world. Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Terry humphreys asked:
Whats the cost of exam only terry
Hi Terry, You must check out the web site, we have made some changes this weekend and I don't have the figures to hand yet, I have not been sent the details from my web designer yet, along with the listing of what changes they have made TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Saville Thomas asked:
Does this course makes me a highly Qualify Electrician after completion and what about the 18th Edition and how can i access the fullness.
Hi, The 17th edition is valid for 5 years if taken before July 2018. 18th Edition should be available from July 2018 and a legal requirement for new installations from January 2019 This is the first step to take to become qualified as an electrician and a legal requirement, you will also need a Health and Safety card and later an Inspection qualification if you wish to sign off your work. Once enrolled you get a password to the web site materials. TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Nicholas Smith Eshun asked:
Is the any fees paid in it
Yes. Nicholas all city and guilds registration and exam fees for 1 exam are paid by me TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
giovanni Mansueto asked:
hi,i am enrolled and i am still in the studying process, but i am not too sure what should i do when i am ready
Contact me to arrange your exam through the web site when you are ready.TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Hi. I haven't any experience in electrical industry. Can I get some advice about what course I should take first? Thanks
Hi, It depends upon what you want from the industry. If you want to be an electrician you will need practical experience, theoretical experience and testing experience. The first course you would have to have is the Wiring Regs 17th edition, this would be followed by an inspection course 2394 and then join a competence person scheme Part P. But you must have a level of practical experience to understand the theory part of it, I do not know your experience to be able to judge this element TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
I have worked in the oil & gas industry as an electrical technical. I now have to have a grading card with Cscs does this course provide this.
Hi Robert, This course is the 17th edition regulations course and is a stand alone qualification, It is one of the qualifications asked for for electricians to get the cards. If you take the exam before January 2019 it will last for 5 years after July 2nd this year the 18th edition will be available and will also last 5 years, so its your choice 17 or 18th but the 18th is not legally required until january 2019 and then only on new installations regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Andrew Godfrey asked:
Hi, I passed 17th edition in October 2009, I understand I need a refresher course, is it still £300+ and 2hr exam? I thought refresher was 1 he exam?
Hi Andrew, You can do an exam only with me now if you feel confident of passing with the yellow regs book before July, check out my web site for details TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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please send in englishThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
I want to be an electrician and is this course a starting point ? And what other qualifications do i need ? Can they be done in Mk or online
Hi Robin, You will need the 17th edition 2382-15 and a health and safety card to get on a building site, In addition it would be advisable to get the 2392-10 Inspection and testing at a later date. Both can be done with me, one fully online and one partly online but the location does not matter since the exams are done at home at a time you choose and available 7 days per week to 10pm with me Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Hi,am in Kenya, cost of this course in local currency please.
Hi Justas, The uk cost is £365 through Reeds, and the exam can still be done whilst in Kenya, I dont know what the conversion rates are for kenya to UK Pounds though Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
John Watson asked:
Hi what locations can you take exams? Thanks John
Hi John, I specialise in doing the exams at your home up to 10pm and 7 days per week, what ever your location in the UK. I only offer this for 2 city and guilds courses. To read any testimonials you must consult my web site Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Terry humphreys asked:
Can you contact me
Not directlyThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Terry humphreys asked:
Website adress please link not opening
I cant help with Reeds link to my web site TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Trey Du Plooy asked:
Im in Zimbabwe looking to do your domestic electrician online course. how would you suggest going about applying for exams and where to do practicles
Hi Trey, You can do the course anywhere and the exam at home (City and Guilds 2382-15 17th edition wiring regs) or work with a good internet connection, I offer this all over the world, regarding the practical you would have to set this up for yourself either here in the Uk or at work over there, this 17th is purely about the regulations, 60 questions in 2 hours with a pass of 65% approx Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Can course be payed in instalments as I’m not working just now but this course would give me better chance of employment
Yes 4 payments please TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Liam muldoon asked:
Hi there Iam looking to do online exams fr electrical , been a electrical 26 years studied for two years when I was younger for 2364/2365 but did not
Hi Liam the 17th edition is your starting point, home exam, 7 days a week available, 60 questions in 2 hours pass approx 65% You can use the regs book and you will need a copy regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
I am looking for a Basic electrical course for one of our machine builders, What course would you recommend?
Hi Annette, The 17th edition is the one to identify what components should be used and where, but another may be a basic electrical online course not advertised with reeds. If you want him to have a qualification then its got to be the 2382-15 17th edition course Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Kwame Bediako asked:
I have a CPD certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Liverpool University, please can this be good for starting this course?
Hi Sorry having a delay answering you, you must have the 17th edition to work to current legislation Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
I have been out of the UK since the 13th edition. Can I go straight to the 17th edition.
Yes of course, you will need the current regs book Yellow copy, work through it and mark the pages with stickers for key text areas regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Can i have a contact number or email for more details?
Just check out my web site for detailsThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
i can get level 3 qualification with this course?
Yes this is level 3 course, it has presentations and banks of questions to practice for the exam, which is done at your home up to 10 pm and available 7 days per week. Certification is approx 10 days after, Resits are charged again at £55 so be prepared when you want the exam Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
This certificate can be accepted by any country . If we think to migrate
Hi City and Guilds qualifications are accepted all over the world, they have centres all over the world. The qualification 2382-15 applies to British workers but shows a level of achievement to our level 3 which can be matched to any similar countries qualifications. I hope this answers your question Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
What about the practical aspect of the course. How is that covered on this course? Is the practical workshops not important?
Hi Rachid, There is no requirement for practicals in this qualifications, it is purely about your knowledge of the wiring regulations, so that in practice your installations meet the requirements of the regulations. Your practical knowledge is separate and cannot be covered by this qualification. Inspection and Testing courses cover the practical elements of whether the installation is safe etc Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Anthony McGonigale asked:
I have an HNC in Electrical/ Electronics plus formal training in electrical installations. Can i fast track to qualified Electrician ?
Yes you need the 17th edition, then practical work but your theoretical knowledge should suffice to get the JIB card just enrol for the first step TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
No previous certification,experience as an electrician but I have a Bachelors degree in Oil and Gas Management, can I become an electrician and how?
Hi Dominick, you need to get the 17th edition and an inspection and testing course eventually, but practice is required before you can safely test. The first step is the 17th edition so that you know what is required TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Does one have to pay the entire course fee before starting the course?
I can offer terms but I dont know if Reeds will do itThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
I am looking to become a trained electrician. Currently have no qualifications in the trade. Can I still take this course?
Hi Yes this is the starting point to get qualifications, you must have this one, It may be quite hard and will require studying well, but you should pass it if you are well prepared, my system does this. Many thanks TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Can this exam be taken from home? As I have commitments
Yes you study online and the exam is available from home 7 days per week to 10pm through my system TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Giovanni Mansueto asked:
hi, how are the 30h going to be spread? can i do study in the evenings for example?
Spend the time however you wish, evenings day time weekends its up to you how many hours you spend until you are confident of passing the exam, practice and knowledge of the regs book is required to pass it TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
is this course for experienced electricians only? I have a general electrical level 2?
Not necessarily, but it is required if you want to become an electrician, it is part of the qualifications required Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Would I learn Electrical Safe Isolation and testing for dead etc on this course?
You would learn some of it but you need another qualification to sign off the work as being correct and safeThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Do i have to attend anywhere for this course or i can do it online, how many days after it will i recive my certificate
Hi Sorry I missed your question until now, once enrolled you get the passwords and all is done online, even the exam is at home, the certificate takes up to 10 days to arrive Regards TerryThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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