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17th Edition of IEE Regs

17th Edition of IEE Regs

The 17th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations was published in January 2008 and came into force in July 2008. The 2382-15 3rd amendment is the direct replacement for the old 2382-12 course covering the 17th Edition in its entirety. This qualification ensures that you are up-to-date with the latest industry regulation on wiring and the safe use and operation of electrical equipment and systems. These regulations are recognised by the British Standards Institute as a British Standard (BS7671). If you’re a practising electrician, you must comply with the regulations for electrical work. This qualification is designed to provide those seeking progression in their career with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to carry out job roles and responsibilities associated with the Electrotechnical Industry.

Content

Scope, Object and Fundamental Principles
Protection of Safety
Definitions
Selection and Erection of Equipment
Assessment of General Characteristics
Inspection and Testing
Special Installations or Locations
Appendices

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements although candidates will require a basic knowledge of electrical installation and principles

Target audience

This course is primarily for practising electricians who are looking to update their IEE Wiring Regulations.

Benefits to the individual

Individuals will be able to apply the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations in a safe and competent manner. This will allow 17th Edition endorsement to be listed on SJIB and JIB cards.

Benefits to the organisation

This qualification will provide organisations with the confidence that their workforce can demonstrate competence when carrying out any electrical installation design, installation, test and inspection work by applying the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations.

SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Instrumentation and Control)

Summary

These SVQs are work based qualifications that are suitable for people working in an engineering environment.

What subjects will I study?

Subject studied will include:

• Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements.
• Reading and using engineering drawings and specifications.
• Working efficiently and effectively in engineering.
Other units will be set into a qualification pathway to suit the needs of the student and the employer, as detailed below.

How will I be assessed?

The SVQ is assessed on practical work in the work place and a portfolio of work. It also includes questioning to show an underpinning knowledge of engineering work, and is assessed by a trained assessor coming into your working environment and assessing you on real installations that you are working on.

For apprentices or semi skilled workers this programme/training gives the complete coverage of hands on practical assessments making a competent and highly skilled worker

How long is the course?

The SVQ is work-based and is designed to reflect the skills and knowledge of people who work in the engineering industry. The qualification is taken over 12-24 months depending on each individual.

SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Instrumentation and Control) SCQF Level 6:

Engineering Maintenance (Instrumentation and Control)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: Select both of the following:
SENM3/074 Carrying out fault diagnosis on instrumentation and control equipment and circuits
SENM3/075 Maintaining instrumentation and control equipment and circuits

Plus two from the following:
SENM3/076 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on instrumentation and control equipment
SENM3/077 Repairing/overhauling instrumentation and control equipment
SENM3/078 Testing and calibrating instrumentation and control equipment and circuits

For more details on the SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Instrumentation and Control) Level 3, please email hugo@logis-tech.co.uk or complete the form below.

SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Electrical)

Summary

These SVQs are work based qualifications that are suitable for people working in an engineering environment.

What subjects will I study?

Subject studied will include:

• Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements.
• Reading and using engineering drawings and specifications.
• Working efficiently and effectively in engineering.
Other units will be set into a qualification pathway to suit the needs of the student and the employer, as detailed below.

How will I be assessed?

The SVQ is assessed on practical work in the work place and a portfolio of work. It also includes questioning to show an underpinning knowledge of engineering work, and is assessed by a trained assessor coming into your working environment and assessing you on real installations that you are working on.

For apprentices or semi skilled workers this programme/training gives the complete coverage of hands on practical assessments making a competent and highly skilled worker

How long is the course?

The SVQ is work-based and is designed to reflect the skills and knowledge of people who work in the engineering industry. The qualification is taken over 12-24 months depending on each individual.

SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Electrical) SCQF Level 6: GC90 23

Engineering Maintenance (Electrical)
Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:

SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: All of the following must be completed:
SENM3/011 Carrying out fault diagnosis on electrical equipment and circuits
SENM3/012 Maintaining electrical equipment
SENM3/013 Modifying or rewiring electrical circuits

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/014 Testing electrical equipment and circuits
SENM3/015 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on electrical equipment
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment
SENM3/081 Assisting in the installation of electrical/electronic equipment

For more details on the SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Electrical) , Level 3, please email hugo@logis-tech.co.uk or complete the form below.
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SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Mechanical)

Summary

These SVQs are work based qualifications that are suitable for people working in an engineering environment.

What subjects will I study?

Subject studied will include:

• Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements.
• Reading and using engineering drawings and specifications.
• Working efficiently and effectively in engineering.
Other units will be set into a qualification pathway to suit the needs of the student and the employer, as detailed below.

How will I be assessed?

The SVQ is assessed on practical work in the work place and a portfolio of work. It also includes questioning to show an underpinning knowledge of engineering work, and is assessed by a trained assessor coming into your working environment and assessing you on real installations that you are working on.

For apprentices or semi skilled workers this programme/training gives the complete coverage of hands on practical assessments making a competent and highly skilled worker

How long is the course?

The SVQ is work-based and is designed to reflect the skills and knowledge of people who work in the engineering industry. The qualification is taken over 12-24 months depending on each individual.

SVQ Level 3 Engineering Maintenance (Mechanical) SCQF Level 6: GC8Y 23

Engineering Maintenance (Mechanical)

Mandatory: ALL Assessment Routes must be completed:
SENM3/001 Complying with statutory regulations and organisational safety requirements
SENM3/002 Using engineering drawings and documents in maintenance activities
SENM3/003 Working efficiently and effectively in engineering
SENM3/004 Handing over and confirming completion of maintenance activities

Optional: BOTH of the following must be completed:
SENM3/005 Carrying out fault diagnosis on mechanical equipment
SENM3/006 Maintaining mechanical equipment

Plus two more from the following:
SENM3/007Restoring mechanical components to usable condition by repair
SENM3/008 Producing replacement components for maintenance activities
SENM3/009 Carrying out preventative planned maintenance on mechanical equipment
SENM3/010 Carrying out condition monitoring of plant and equipment
SENM3/080 Assisting in the installation of mechanical equipment

HN Engineering

HND Engineering (Edexcel)

There is five HND (under licence by Edexcel) in Engineering programmes by distance learning

HNC Engineering (Edexcel)

There is five HNC (under licence by Edexcel) in Engineering programmes by distance learning

HND Engineering (SQA)

There is one HND (SQA – Scottish Qualifications Authority) in Engineering programmes by distance learning

HNC Engineering (SQA)

There is six HNC (SQA – Scottish Qualifications Authority) in Engineering programmes by distance learning.

Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology – Electrical Systems (Level 3)

Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology – Electrical Systems (City & Guilds – Level 3)

Level 3 City and Guilds Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology The course looks at the underpinning knowledge relevant to the electrical engineering maintenance sector; as well as the theory, operation and practical application of the electrical equipment and systems used in extraction.

The course/series consists of 5 modules: –

• Electrical Safety
• Electrical Hazard area equipment
• Electrical Motors
• Generation, Distribution and Control of Electrical Supplies
• Electrical Protection Systems

These stand-alone modules will enable an individual to select those learning materials that suit his or her own particular requirements. Modules can be studied at the candidates own pace and can be studied in any order but the order is as numbered. The study time needed will vary from one module to another, and from one individual to another. It is likely to be in the range 40 – 60 hours for each module.

Each module will consist of four Workbooks, and a “Guide to Open Learning”.

No commitment to enrolling for the complete Oil and Gas Well Technology Series is required at any time although each candidate must register for each module. Modules are non-transferrable and can only be assigned to one candidate.

Each module (detailed above) may be assessed by examination and an individual certificate endorsed by City and Guilds of London Institute awarded to successful candidates.

Each exam which is passed successfully will contribute to one Certificate of Unit Credit towards The Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology. The Certificate will be awarded after all 3 Certificates of Unit Credit have been accumulated.

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