This electrical course package covers training on inspection & testing as well as periodic inspection and testing. As an advanced electricians course it is ideal for experienced installers especially those looking to gain JIB grading as an approved electrician.
These two new testing and inspection qualifications (recommended to be taken together) replace and improve on the former 2391 that was previously available to electricians but has since been withdrawn.
2394 is a level 3 qualification to train you in initial verification and certification of installations, including 3 phase.
2395 is a level 3 qualification to train you the in ‘Principles, practices and legislation for the periodic inspection, testing and condition reporting of electrical installations.’
** Please ensure you are available for the written exam dates listed below in the course dates section**
Entry to both these qualifications require you to have ‘experience and knowledge of inspection and testing.’ It is useful for you to have taken the entry level City & Guilds 2392 Level 2, if you’re new to testing and inspection. Not mandatory, but certainly useful. Please note there are no practical elements on this course so you must already have practical experience of inspection and testing.
The 2394 / 2395 course package is intended for people working in the electrical industry who have existing knowledge of inspection and testing but who need to complete the formal qualifications and refresh and/or upgrade their skills in initial verification, certification, periodic inspection & testing of electrical installations. All candidates must be over 18 years old.
Note! For the 2395 element you need to know your 17th edition wiring regs.
Worth knowing. The 2394 & 2395 qualifications are currently required in order to gain your JIB grading as an approved electrician, so save time and money with our combined course.
Questions? - If you are unsure of your suitability please call 01293 529777.
City & Guilds 2394 / 2395 Course Content:
Generally speaking the first three days of the course will be spent covering initial verification and certification whilst the last two days will be concentrated on principles, practices and legislation of periodic inspection & testing.
2394 / 95 Course Content is as follows
Safe isolation of electrical circuits and installations
Requirements for initial verification of electrical installations
Requirements for completing the inspection of electrical installations prior to their being placed into service
Requirements for the safe testing and commissioning of electrical installations
Requirements for testing before circuits are energised
Requirements for testing energised installations
Requirements for the completion of electrical installation certificates and associated documentation
Safety of systems and equipment prior to completion of inspection, testing and commissioning
Inspection of electrical installations prior to them being placed into service
Commissioning electrotechnical systems and equipment
Requirements for Inspecting and Testing of existing electrical installations
The completion of the Electrical Installation Condition Report and Supporting Documentation
Requirements for completing the periodic inspection of electrical installations
The differences between periodic inspection and initial verification
Requirements for the safe testing of electrical installations which have been placed in service
Understand and interpret test results
Requirements for the completion of electrical installation condition reports and associated documentation
How to confirm safety of system and equipment prior to completion of inspection, testing and commissioning
How to carry out inspection of electrical installations prior to them being placed into service
How to test electrical installations prior to them being placed into service
How to produce a condition report with recording observations and classifications
All our training takes place between Monday to Friday. The course last 5 days with the written exams usually taking place after the weekend. You can see specific course dates below:
Latest Booking Dates
|Course & Start Date||Location||Latest Booking Date||2395 Exam Date||2394 Exam Date|
|4th April||Gatwick||26th February||20th April||19th April|
|11th April||Warrington & Gatwick||26th February||20th April||19th April|
|23rd May||Warrington||6th May||8th June||7th June|
|31st May * Tues||Gatwick||6th May||8th June||7th June|
|25th July||Gatwick||30th June||10th August||9th August|
|1st August||Warrington & Gatwick||30th June||10th August||9th August|
|26th September||Gatwick||31st August||12th October||11th October|
|3rd October||Warrington & Gatwick||31st August||12th October||11th October|
|28th November||Warrington & Gatwick||31st October||7th December||6th December|
Exams, Qualifications & Registration Dates:
The dates for written exams are set nationally by City & Guilds.
You will be assessed in 3 ways; 1 online multiple choice exam, 2 written papers and also 2 practical assessments. The dates for written exams are set nationally by City & Guilds.
2394 Exams and Assessments
Principles, practices and legislation for the initial verification of electrical installations (Online Multiple Choice)
Principles, practices and legislation for the initial verification of electrical installations (Written)
Principles, practices and legislation for the initial verification of electrical installations (Assignment)
2395 Exams and Assessments
Principles, practices and legislation for the periodic inspection, testing and condition reporting of electrical installations (online)
Principles, practices and legislation for the periodic inspection, testing and condition reporting of electrical installations (written)
Principles, practices and legislation for the periodic inspection, testing and condition reporting of electrical installations (assignment)
** Practical Assessments will be booked in once you have pass your paper exams**
Last booking Dates & Nationally Set Written Exam Dates:
Due to the fact that exams are set nationally by City & Guilds the 2394 / 2395 course has certain deadlines by which we must register you. Please see the course dates above and their corresponding registration close dates.
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.
“Good course, good instructor and very good at explaining the subject and putting it into layman’s terms” Les Hartland 2394/5 11/12/13
“Good course. A lot of information to take in” Benjamin Faulkner 2394/5 15/10/13
“Very informative. Clear explanations with good examples” Glenn Broughall 2394/5 18/11/13
“James was excellent and hope does teaches me the 2396 next year” Jason Nicholls 2394/5 18/11/13
"There is a lot to take in but the tutor was very good at explaining all the information" James 11/04/2016
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Text books required:
We stock some books in the centre, however we can not guarantee stock availability unless you call us in advance to purchase the books. They can then be put aside for you to collect on the first day of your course. To buy books please call 01293 529777 or 0800 856 4448 or visit the links below and purchase directly from Amazon:
What experience do I need?
Entry to both these qualifications require you to have ‘experience and knowledge of inspection and testing.’ It is useful for you to have taken the entry level City & Guilds 2392 Level 2, if you’re new to testing and inspection. Not mandatory, but certainly useful.
What does this package allow me to do?
This course package allows you to carry out periodic testing, condition reports and testing on existing installations.
Is it difficult, I have heard the old 2391 was?
This course does have 2 written papers unlike most qualifications however with the 2394 course being introduced since the 2391 was replaced we have seen much higher pass rates this is because there is more practical training on the course.
What do the assessments consist of?
This course does have 2 written papers, 2 practicals and 1 online exam.
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