Electrical Verification & Certification

Please note:

METAC Training is an approved training centre for City & Guilds and is therefore certified to assess the Electrical Verification & Certification to a City & Guilds 2407 standard, a course recognised by the CRU. On successful completion of this assessment candidates can obtain a QC number, through their registration with the ESSB.

AIM:

This Electrical Verification & Certification assessment/course is to update the skills of electricians operating in the electrical industry, to verify, test, complete test records, and completion of certificates to comply with Safe Electric requirements.

OBJECTIVES:

On successful completion of this training the candidate will be able to,

  • Visually inspect a electrical installation and identify faults
  • Test the electrical system using required instruments to verify safety within the system in accordance with I.S. 10101:2020
  • Enable you to meet the requirements of clause 1.2.12 (iii) of section C of the CRU Criteria Document
  • Enable you to obtain a QC number through registration with the ESSB

 

CONTENT:

Module 1 - Pre assessment test on electrical safety

Module 2 - Visual inspections of faults on electrical systems

Module 3 - Inspection and test of domestic circuits, continuity, insulation resistance, polarity, loop impedance and RCD operation

Module 4 - Complete test record sheets and completion certificates

TRAINEE PROFILE:

(i) Served a recognised apprenticeship as an electrician and having been awarded a National Craft Certificate or

(ii) Another suitable electrical award, equivalent to Level 6 or higher on the National Framework of Qualifications

DURATION: 2 Days or 4 Days Subject to experience on Testing and Verification

FEES: Contact our office for further details

CERTIFICATION: City & Guilds qualification 2407

Please Note:

Application Forms with all details including payment must be completed before training/assessment commences. Two recent photographs (passport style and size in colour) must be submitted with each application.

Non-Irish Qualifications need to be approved by the CRU before registering for the course.  Please see CRU Process for International Qualifications

QC numbers are obtained through registering with the ESSB.  Please see Safe Electric - How To Join

Calibration Services available: www.bcscalibration.ie/

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