City & Guilds 2392-10 Level 2

Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification

This course is intended to provide candidates with the necessary skills and competence that will enable them to inspect single phase electrical installations, and conduct initial verification of installed systems.

Course content
  • The fundamentals of initial verification of electrical installations

  • Safe working procedures

  • Electrical certification: new installations, alterations, and additions

  • Initial inspection: schedule of inspections

  • Test instruments: selection and operation, and testing sequence

  • Continuity tests: circuit protective conductors and ring final circuits

  • Insulation resistance testing

  • Polarity testing and earth electrode resistance testing

  • Earth fault loop impedance testing

  • Residual current device testing

  • Prospective fault current and verification of volt drop

  • Schedule of test results

 

 

 

 

The test specification for this qualification:

 

  • Multiple choice online test: Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification

  • Duration: 100 minutes / Number of questions: 50

  • This is a “closed book” exam, so candidates cannot refer to any written materials during the exam.

  • There is also a 2 hour practical assessment on single phase inspection testing and certification.

 

Course information

Course title: City & Guilds 2392-10 Level 2

Certificate: Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification

Duration: 3 days

Class times: 09.00-17:00

Course fee: £365 inclusive (includes registration and exam fee)

 

This qualification is primarily aimed at practicing electricians who may not have carried out fundamental inspection and testing, or for those still training as an electrician looking to develop their skills.

 

If you currently work in electrical installation or maintenance, a certificate in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification can help you update your skills to keep up with best practice in the area.

 

All learners must have a working knowledge of electrical installation, and the theory and principles of electricity.