What is the 2391 qualification?
This qualification helps you to develop the knowledge and practical skills required to professionally carry out inspection and testing on electrical installations. This qualification offers three pathways depending on the type of inspection and testing required or previous qualifications gained by learners.
Do you need 2391 to be an electrician?
Worth Knowing: A 2391 qualification is currently required in order to gain your JIB grading as an approved electrician.
What does the 2391 allow you to do?
By completing and passing the Initial and Periodic Inspection and Testing of Electrical Installations (2391-52) course you will be able to show employers/contractors that you are able to carry out the testing and inspection of new electrical systems safely and correctly.
Is the 2391 exam hard?
The C&G 2391 qualification exam was well known for being one of the hardest exams within the electrical industry with a variable pass rate of delegates, around 30%.
What qualifications does an electrician need to do an EICR?
You must be able to show proof that it has been carried out by a registered electrician. I’m an electrician can I do an EICR? You must be able to prove your competency for an EICR – which you would only be able to do with a Level 3 periodic qualification.
What can a Level 3 electrician do?
Fault diagnosis and rectification. Inspection, testing and commissioning. Electrical Systems design.
What qualifications do I need to carry out an EICR?
Do you have to have 2391 for Niceic?
*The City & Guilds 2391 requirement may be waived if the nominated Competent Person is able to demonstrate the ability to inspect, test and certify electrical installation work during assessment to the satisfaction of the Inspecting Engineer.
What is the difference between 2391 and 2394?
These two testing and inspection qualifications (recommended to be taken together) replaced and improved on the original 2391 that was previously withdrawn. 2394 is a level 3 qualification to train you in initial verification and certification of installations, including 3 phase.
Is the 2391 multiple choice?
C&G 2391 Unit 301 – Sample Test No:1. Unit 301 multiple choice examination covers areas of knowladge and understanding which are common to both initial verification and periodic inspection. This assessment is the same assessment for both qualifications and learners need only achieve the test once.
Can any electrician do a EICR?
Only registered electricians should carry out an EICR.
Does 18th edition qualify you as an electrician?
The 18th Edition course is essential for all electricians working in the UK and training is highly recommended to ensure that all installers have a thorough understanding of the new regulations. The 18th Edition is also one of the most recognised qualifications by employers.
How do I book a 2391 qualification course?
Please call 0800 8564448 to book. Worth Knowing: A 2391 qualification is currently required in order to gain your JIB grading as an approved electrician. There are initial (2391-50) and periodic (2391-51) qualifications available but you can save time and money with our combined 2391-52 course.
What training do I need to take the C&G 2392 course?
Note: There is no practical training, as such we recommend you have 6 months testing experience before taking this course: If you have no previous training inspection and testing you should take our C&G 2392 Course.
Why take the C&G 2391-52 inspection and testing course (periodic&initial)?
Why take the C&G 2391-52 Inspection and Testing Course (Periodic & Initial)? This C&G 2391-52 course is aimed at practicing electricians who wish to gain qualifications in periodic inspection and testing as well as initial verification of new systems.
What are the assessment methods for the 2391-52 course?
Assessment methods for the 2391-52 course include a short written examination, an open book online multi-choice exam consisting of 60 questions, and a practical assessment on a simulated installation and visual inspection.