Total Electrical 30: Course Description
These comprehensive Total Electrical 30 training courses fully meet the certification requirements of Part P schemes and are aimed at non-electrical and electrical persons wishing to up skill or re-train. The aim of the Total Electrical 30 training courses is to provide a level of competence, which will allow work to be safely and efficiently carried out on Electrical Equipment and Systems all within a 4 or 6 week period.
A 4 week Total Electrical 30 training course which gives you the foundation knowledge you need to commence working as a domestic electrician. The Total Electrical 30 training courses are a mixture of both practical work and theoretical study, with the emphasis being put on as much practical as possible.
This Total Electrical 30 training course can be supplemented to a 6 week course with additional modules to enhance your existing skills and therefore widen your market.
The Total Electrical 30 training courses are designed to be as PRACTICAL as they possibly can be, with over 50% of the course time being practical, because we believe that the best way to learn is to do it!!
With ALL our courses we offer unbiased technical support and access to a wealth of knowledge and information upon completion. Once you’ve completed your course with Technique, you can be assured that our service doesn’t end there…
There are NO hidden costs on our courses, everything is included..
The above Total Electrical 30 training courses are inclusive of examination registration entry fees, stationary, and a FREE tool kit*. All test instrumentation required for the course will be available for use during the course, should you require to purchase you own, advice will be readily available to assist you with your selection. These items can either be pre-ordered or purchased during the course.
This Course covers the Basics of Electricity and is designed to provide a basic understanding of electric principles and to prepare you for subsequent courses related to electrical work.
Upon completion of the Basics of Electricity you will be able to:
Explain the difference between conductors and Insulators
Use Ohm’s Law to calculate current, voltage and resistance
Calculate equivalent resistance for series, parallel, or series-parallel circuits
Calculate voltage drop across a resistance
Calculate power give other basic values
Identify factors that determine the strength and polarity of a current-carrying coil’s magnetic field
Determine peak, instantaneous, and effective values of an AC sine wave
Calculate primary and secondary volatages of single phase and three-phase transformers
Calculate kVA of a transformer
This practical course covers all the commonly used domestic wiring circuits in use today and aims to make you familiar with the application and use of different types of circuit, along with practical construction, inspection and testing of the circuits built. The topics that are covered include the following and are put across in a relaxed way, with trainee interaction encouraged from the outset of the course.
A short course aimed at newcomers to inspection and testing of electrical installations, who possibly require certification to demonstrate technical knowledge and practical ability for entry into a Part P competent person’s scheme and also the logical route towards 2392-10.
City and Guilds Certification is achieved on successful completion of both the practical assessment and PC based examination.
A 3 day short course aimed at anyone involved in the design, construction and inspection and testing of electrical systems, also a nationally recognized ‘must have’ qualification for companies seeking to recruit electricians. This course is intended to introduce the candidate to a working knowledge of the Wiring Regulations along with a brief overview of the Electricity at Work Regulations covering their statutory duties.
Essential Book supplied *throughout* course!
First exam fee included!
*PLEASE NOTE: No Discounts, Free Toolkits, gifts or otherwise are eligible to ELCAS delegates as this can be interpreted by ELCAS as an inducement*