Electrical Kitchen Appliance Installation

Description

A 1-day course designed for kitchen fitters and allied trades who are required to understand the requirements for electrical installations in domestic properties. Includes kitchens, bathrooms and similar installations. This is a introductory course which does not qualify candidates to formally approve installations in accordance with Part P of the Building regulations, however it does give an insight into the requirements and valuable practical tuition.

This course is suitable for those installers overseen by a Qualified Electrical Supervisor and can be tailored to suit individual and company requirements.

What you will learn

An introduction to the statutory requirements for safety

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (relevant)
Non statutory guidance

BS7671 2008 – Wiring Regulations (relevant)
Safe Isolation

Isolating, Locking off and Testing for dead
Safe use of Test equipment

GS38
Approved Voltage Indicators
Electric shock prevention

Basic Protection
o Barriers and Enclosures – minimum standard
Fault protection
o Automatic disconnection of supply
Plug Top Fuses

BS1361
Sizes
Wattage
Single Phase Supplies

Live conductors
PE (Protective Earth) conductors
Testing for voltage present
Functional Tests
Multiple Choice Test Paper

Part 2 – Afternoon

All candidates:

Will carry out safe isolation and identify isolator components
Will wire flexible cable into a FCU (fused connection unit)

Further information

Proactive Technical Training
Provider:
Proactive Technical Training
Duration:
1 Day
Price:
POA
Availability:
Scheduled dates
Course type:
Classroom
Locations:
Birmingham, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Tring

Contact Information

Proactive Technical Training

Unit 5A
Icknield Way Industrial Estate
Tring
HP23 4JX

Credentials

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