CITY & GUILDS 2919

ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING POINTS

This two day course will be aimed at experienced electrical installers who have an underpinning knowledge of electrical installations in both commercial and domestic premises. Accordingly, delegates wishing to attend the course will be required to have achieved an 18th Edition qualification.  This course will ensure that installers meet the requirements for BS 7671 and the Code of Practice.

The course also includes an online C&G exam, together with practical assessments.

Course Duration: 2 Days

Course Dates:

Friday 16th and Monday 19th October

Monday 16th and Wednesday 18th November

Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th November

Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th December

Thursday 14th and Friday 15th January 2021

Friday 5th and Monday 8th February

Friday 12th and Monday 15th March 

Cost: £416.67 + VAT

Further Course Details:
Britain has seen a sharp increase in the use of electric or hybrid vehicles over recent years.  It is widely anticipated that this use of electric vehicles will increase further still in the next few years, particularly as performance and capacity of batteries continues to improve. In order to meet the charging needs for these vehicles, we have seen a sharp increase in the installation of charging points, both in commercial premises and domestic dwellings.

It is therefore the perfect opportunity for electrical contractors to expand their business and offer additional 'specialist' service and installation of charging sockets to their clients.

The course will cover topics including:

  • An overview of electrical vehicle charging equipment

  • Arrangements prior to installation commencement

  • Physical installation requirements for general, domestic, on-street, commercial and industrial installations

  • Inspection, testing and maintenance requirements

  • DNO notification

Essential Publication: IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle, Charging Equipment Installation 4th Edition, which we can provide at £75.00. This publication is used as course material and permitted within the online multiple-choice exam.