• New IET wiring regulations, 18th Edition

  • New IET wiring regulations, 18th Edition

    18th Edition

    The 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations will be launched on 2 July 2018. This update, also known as BS 7671:2018, provides an opportunity for all electricians to get fully up to date with the latest industry standards.

    Once the new 18th Edition Wiring Regulations are issued electricians will have six months to get up to speed with the changes. During that time electricians will be able to design, install and certify to either the 17th or 18th Edition standard. 

    From January 2019 all new electrical installations will have to comply with the updated regulations. 

    If you need a basic working knowledge of the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations, this is the course for you. The course covers theory training designed to help you become familiar with the layout, content and use of the new 18th Edition Wiring Regulation.

    Find out how we can help you transition from the 17th Edition to the new 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations.

    Bookings now being taken for the new 18th Edition2382-18 City & Guilds

    • 3 day course
    • 1 day update
    • Exam only
    • E- Learning Online Course

    The 18th Edition course is an essential electrical qualification, and it is suitable for both newcomers to the industry, associate trades and those looking to update their existing qualification. The 18th Edition Wiring Regulations is also a requirement for anyone interested in joining a competent person part p scheme provider, like NICEIC, and certify that their installations meet current regulation guidelines.

  • 18th Edition city & guilds
    Bookings now being taken for the new 18th Edition2382-18 (3 day, 1 day update and Exam only options)

    Full Course 3 days (Block, weekly and evenings available)- For practicing Electricians with relevant experience. It is suitable for electrical engineers, contracts managers, designers and practising electricians.

    Course cost £350.00 + vat.

    One day update - This courses is aimed at qualified electricians who are fully conversant with the current edition of the 17th Edition IET wiring Regulations incorporating the 2015 Amendment 2382-15.

    Course cost £150.00 + vat

    Exam only - 2382-18 - On- Line exam only £80 + vat per person.

    Books are available to buy from the centre for £85.00

    Contact PGL now for 18th Edition training

  • 3 Day Course

    £350 + VAT recommended for individuals new to Electrical or those with the 17th Edition but not amendment 3.

    • Monday 13th, Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th August Online exam on Wednesday afternoon)
    • Monday 20th Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd August (Online exam on Wednesday afternoon)
    • Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th August (Online exam on Wednesday afternoon)
    • Monday 24th, Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th September (Online exam on Wednesday afternoon)
    • Monday 15th, Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th October (Online exam on Wednesday afternoon)                     

    1 Day Course

    £150 = VAT Recommended for those with the 17thEdition and amendment Number 3.

    • Friday 31st August (Online exam in the afternoon)
    • Thursday 27th September 2018 (Online exam in the afternoon)
    • Thursday 18th October 2018 (Online exam in the afternoon)

     Maximum places per course: 10

     

    Exam only option

    £80 + VAT

    • Friday 17th August 9am
    • Friday 24th August 9am
    • Friday 31st August 9am

     

    E - Learning Bundles. Online Course

    Bundle 1    18th Edition Registration, Short Course (7 hours) E - Learning and Exam £200.00 + Vat

    Bundle 2     18th Edition Registration, Short Course (7 hours) E- Learning, Wiring Regulations Publication, On-Site Guide and Exam £275.00 + Vat.

    • Friday 17th August 9am
    • Friday 24th August 9am
    • Friday 31st August 9am

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  • 18th Edition Training Courses – 18th Edition Wiring Regulations due 1st July 2018

    The 18th Edition course is an essential electrical qualification, and it is suitable for both newcomers to the industry, associate trades and those looking to update their existing qualification.

    The BS 7671 Wiring Regulations written by the IET (The Institution of Engineering and Technology) set out the standards for electrical installations in the UK and many other countries. The IET plays a key role in electrical installation standards and safety, and is known for its independent and trusted voice. It manages the national committee JPEL/64 and publishes the IET Wiring Regulations BS 7671.