CITY AND GUILDS
City and Guilds 2377 PAT course.
CG2377 COURSE PROGRAMME.
On-Site In-House City and Guilds 2377.
We can run the City & Guilds 2377 course for delegates looking for a nationally recognized PAT qualification.
The 2377-22 Certificate for the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment is a nationally recognized qualification designed for those undertaking the inspection and testing of electrical equipment. This course is run over two days and is only suited to qualified electricians or candidates with vast amounts of electrical experience and theory and knowledge.
- 2 Day PAT Course (typically we run it 9am – 4/5pm)
- Follows IET Code of practice for in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment (4th Edition).
- On-Site training, you tell us where and when to deliver this.
- City and Guilds certification.
- Must have previous electrical experience.
City and Guilds 2377-22 Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment
This course is for practising electricians or people with vast electrical knowledge. It is not suitable for the non-electrically trained, the one day course would be more suitable.
- 2 Day PAT Course (9.30 – 4.30)
- Follows the IET Code of practice 4th edition.
- At your site, tell us where and when.
- Minimum of 6 candidates.
- Must have previous electrical experience.
- City and Guilds accredited certificate on completion.
- We can loan you a PAT tester for the course.
- You can bring your own tester and be trained using it.
- After course support via our own learning zone.
- Get a discount on PAT test machines.
Frequently asked questions
Portable appliance testing commonly referred to as PAT testing is a systematic approach to ensuring your portable appliances are safe for continued use. A competent and trained person needs to make the decision of whether the item is safe and uses a variety of assessment methods.
We have recently seen self-study PAT testing courses online and our opinion is that although self-study online learning is great for certain subjects we feel PAT testing is not one of them.
We do offer tutor-led live online PAT testing courses that take a full day and has practical elements included – this is a great compromise between self-study and full face to face training.
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 this is accredited bt UKRS. 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 other.
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.
TTS PAT Course Programme.
Taught by our qualified and experienced PAT test trainers, you will be taught everything you needed to know how to PAT test and be a competent person.
This CG2377 course is suitable for experienced practising electricians. it is NOT suitable or non electrically competent candidates.
Successful candidates will receive a City and Guilds accredited Certificate.
The course will usually commence at 9 am, finishing at approximately 4/5 pm. This course runs over TWO days.
This course can only be on-site, tell is where and when you want it, we will be there.
How the course is assessed?
There is a 1hr MCT and a practical assessment.
Is there a miminum number of candidates?
The minimum is 6.
- Electrical Safety.
- Regulations roles and responsibilities
- Insulation and Earthing
- Classification of appliances I, II, Ill
- Testing 230V, 110V, and 415V.
- Using a Portable Appliance Testers
- 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.