Getting an apprenticeship used to be the only way to become a qualified Electrician. Now days there are many ways to gain this status, including courses such as City & Guilds 2365 Levels 2 and 3.
The Electrical Industry, along with the World that we live, in has changed massively since the 1st Edition of what we now know as the Wiring Regulations was published in 1882.
XS Training are delighted to announce that we will very soon be offering courses for both the installation of Solar Photo Voltaic Panels and Electrical Energy Storage Systems in our new premises in Leeds.
In this article, we will look at completing Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) electrical reports, advice on fault coding when a problem is found, and the City and Guilds 2391 qualifications.
All British Standards are typically non-statutory specifications, guides or codes of practice. This means that there is no obligation to follow them, however, in the case of BS 7671 it has been cited in numerous legal cases.