1 Day PAT Testing Courses UK Wide.
At TTS we have been teaching people to PAT test for over 12 years. We regularly run courses around the UK and we also run courses at your site, when you want.
There is no previous electrical experience required for this 1 day course, we will take you from start to finish with excellent instructors, training aids and if you have a PAT test machine we can show you how to use it, if you don’t have one, we can loan you one for the course and even provide advice to which machines would be the most suitable. .
Whether you are looking to save money on your PAT testing costs or start a PAT testing business, we believe this is the best course for your needs.
To discuss the course, dates or anything else, please get in touch.
Have you got some questions? Call us on 01793 497181
COURSE Venues and Dates | £165 +VAT
SWINDON PAT COURSE
We also offer on-site training, we bring the course to you.
PAT Test FAQ
A very common error is people call PAT testing PAC testing. PAT testing is Portable Appliance Testing.
We will run our PAT testing course anywhere, we regularly go to clients sites in England, Scotland and Wales. We also have run courses in Europe for some of our customers.
PAT testing is the process of ensuring the appliance is safe, the process that we need to follow to make the decisions that an appliance is safe could be done by most people.
To do PAT testing you need to complete some training and be assessed as competent. Most people after such training could become a PAT tester.
Of course, all successful learners will receive a certificate, if you complete the competency course, you will receive a certificate from us (TTS) and if you complete the City and Guilds version of the course, you will receive a City and Guilds certificate. There is no requirement for one over the over.
A quick search about PAT testing and just about everyone claims to be a “PAT testing expert”.
Any PAT testing course worth doing will follow the IET Code of Practice (Currently 4th edition). Please ensure your “PAT Testing Expert” courses follows this.
A PAT tester is the test and measurement instrument needed to complete the full PAT test. It measures levels of resistance and it needs to be checked at suitable intervals. Most manufacturers and the IET Code of Practice state that this should be annual. We can arrange for your PAT tester to be calibrated if you require.
Unlike some of our courses there is no formal time limit. The certificate is valid for as long as the COP is valid. Some customers do a 3 year refresh for their own records.
PAT testers start from a few hundred pounds to a few thousand pounds. Call for advice or ask your trainer on the day for advice. we also have a pst shop https: PAT TESTING SHOP
Yes! There is no requirement to have any certain level of qualification to PAT test as a business. The requirement from the HSE is you must be a competent person – how you evidence this is up to you.
Taught by our qualified and experienced PAT test tutors, you will be taught everything you needed to know how to PAT test and be a competent person.
This competency course is suitable for all, regardless of any previous electrical experience.
The course has a multiple choice test and a practical assessment, you must pass both to get a certificate.
Successful candidates will receive a Certificate of training and
competence in PAT Testing.
The course will usually commence at 9.30am, finishing at approximately 4.30pm. This course runs over one day
Call: 01793 497181
We Sell, Calibrate and Repair all Makes of PAT testers.
TTS PAT Course Programme.
Whichever PAT testing course you choose to do with us, we will cover the same course content.
We take you through everything, you will leave the course having covered everything you need to be successful in PAT testing.
- Electrical Safety
- Regulations roles and responsibilities
- Insulation and Earthing
- Classification of appliances I, II, III
- Testing 230V, 110V, and 415V.
- Using a Portable Appliance Testers
- Essential tests
- Optional tests
- Labelling of appliances
- Reporting and recording results
- Practical Assessment
- Law and scope of relevant legislation
- Types, use, and testing of electrical equipment.
- Categories, frequency, and practicalities of PAT testing
- Procedures and documentation.
- Appropriate test instruments and how they are used.