C&G 2377-22 PAT Testing Course
Beginners, Other Trades & Existing Electricians
Why take the C&G 2377-22 PAT Testing Course?
This PAT testing electrical course is very similar to the 2377-32 & 22 but only contains one operator exam. This course is open to all including non-electricians and domestic installers.
Given that every commercial electrical appliance requires PAT testing, this PAT testing course is a very useful qualification and addition to the skill-set of any practicing electrical professional. Undergoing PAT testing training will prove invaluable.
This course has now been replaced by the brand new C&G 2377-77 Qualification. Find out more here.
Full Course Title: City & Guilds Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (2377-77)
Why take this PAT Testing course?
PAT testing is one of our most popular courses. It is a great way of streaming another source of revenue and will enable you to offer another service to your customers.
Kewtech PAT testers are used on this course and are available to purchase at Reception in our main centres (Leeds, Coventry, Gatwick and Warrington) at a discounted price.
Is this PAT course right for me?
PAT testing is a skill that can be learned by almost anyone (over the age of 18) such as office maintenance staff or landlords. Some basic electrical knowledge is useful but not essential. In a commercial environment, regulations insist that every item of electrical equipment is tested and certified as being safe to use. For electrical contractors this can be seen as a potentially lucrative new service to add - and one that is required by industry at all levels.
City & Guilds 2377-22 Course Content:
This course enables you to undertake PAT testing training and manage the testing process.
For this course option, you will take the City & Guilds 2377-22 Operators Registration and Examination. If you also want to take the City & Guilds 2377-32 Management Qualification you should book this PAT course.
Every item of electrical equipment in a commercial environment is required to be PAT tested, that is it has been tested as being safe to use and has been marked safe, whether it be a kettle, toaster or computer.
This two day 'practical' workshops cover everything necessary to successfully achieve the City and Guilds certification.
The course includes both a theory element and practical elements. We take you through the practical disciplines and formal recording processes, as well as preparing you for the online City and Guilds 2377 test.
- Electrical Safety
- Regulations role and responsibilities
- Insulation and earthing
- Classification of appliances
- Preliminary Inspection, test precautions
- Using a Portable Appliance Tester
- Essential tests
- Optional tests
- Labelling tests
- Reporting and recording results
- Implementing a test programme
- Practical Assessment
The City & Guilds 2377 -22 PAT Testing Exam
The PAT Testing exam consists of 50 questions with a time limit of 1 hour 45 Minutes. This exam will be conducted at our centre in a comfortable environment following your course. There is also a short practical assessment.
Please note that you must bring photographic ID such as a passport or driving license with you in order to sit the assessments on this course.
Course Book Required
We recommend if you have no electrical knowledge that you familiarise yourself with the book before you come on the course. Ideally if you read the contents page, glossary and the index and find out what the book covers overall this will help you when you start the course. If you are new to electrics you should be taking our 3 day PAT Testing Course.
- IET Code of Practice – In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment – 5th Edition. ISBN 978-1785619663
Frequently asked questions
Do I need any experience?
There are no formal entry requirements however if you are a complete beginner we recommend the 3 day PAT course.
Where can I carry out PAT testing with the 2377?
Anywhere it is required (domestic, commercial).
Is it a good money earner?
PAT testing is a good additional revenue stream for in-between bigger jobs.
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