The IET has launched its Student’s Guide to the IET Wiring Regulations, aimed at students and electrical apprentices.
The publication provides essential guidance for learners working towards the successful completion of courses and gaining qualifications in line with the standards set by the awarding bodies.
Author of the Student’s Guide, Steven Devine, hosts a series of ‘How to’ guides on IET.tv to support the publication, and recently ran a successful roadshow at Cambridge Regional College.
Devine, who described the event in a recent blog, said the day had many students engaging in conversation and asking questions relating to the requirements of BS:7671 (the Wiring Regulations) and the IET in general.
He said, “It was a fantastic opportunity to introduce young budding electricians to the Student’s Guide to the IET Wiring Regulations and other resources that we are working on, such as our Student’s Guide video series. Simon Brown from BASEC joined the Roadshow to explain why it is important to use certified cables and some of the risks associated with using sub-standard cables.
“This was the first of the IET’s Student’s Guide Roadshows that will be touring the UK. We hope to make these events as fun and interactive as possible, and we will be bringing with us representatives from various parts of the industry to engage with students.”
For further information about the book and to watch our videos, visit theStudent’s Hub. Here, you can also order a copy of the Student’s Guide to the IET Wiring Regulations. Please note that charges and member discounts apply.
A video from the Student’s Guide roadshow is available on IET.tv.