Seaward’s Best Practice Electrical Test Training

Seaward test guideElectrical safety testing instrumentation specialist Seaward has expanded its range of specialist training courses to provide all the practical skills and technical knowledge associated with the electrical wiring regulations and portable appliance testing (PAT).

Seaward's Training Centre is City & Guilds, EAL and NCFE approved and all courses are hosted by industry experts capable of providing the very latest electrical sector best practice training and advice.

For installation testing, the three day 17th Edition Wiring Regulations BS7671 (City & Guilds 2382-12) programme is designed to ensure that individuals are fully conversant with the format, content and application of the requirements the current electrical test requirements.

Also over three days, the City and Guilds 2377-22 In-Service Inspection and Testing course is designed for those with electrical experience or who are currently carrying out portable appliance testing (PAT) and who would like to achieve a formal nationally recognised qualification.

Other specialist PAT training options include a one day course dedicated to the 4th Edition of the IET Code of Practice, as well as a range of product specific practical guidance sessions on the Seaward range of electrical testing equipment and software.

All courses are specifically designed to equip individuals with all the knowledge required to carry out electrical testing professionally and in line with current industry requirements.

The Seaward training programmes also incorporate a high practical content and all participants receive a certificate to confirm their attendance and completion of their course.

For further details visit www.seaward.co.uk/training or call 0191 587 8741

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