Which accreditation bodies are recognised by JIB/SJIB for testing & inspection qualifications?
LCL Awards, City & Guilds (2391-52 course), EAL Level 3 Inspection and Testing Course and more are recognised and give the same formal qualification.
Will I gain practical skills by completing this course?
You'll gain specialist knowledge on the completion of inspection and testing, although, it's worth noting that the course is mostly theory-based. You'll undertake a practical assignment in our training centre during your assessment. At the end of your training, you'll be able to complete electrical installation condition reports (EICR)
What experience should I have to do this course?
This course is best for qualified electricians, but as a minimum, you up to speed with BS7671 Wiring Regulations as well as a basic knowledge of electrical science. If you need this additional learning, we cover BS7671 Regulations in our 18th Edition Course (C&G 2382-22). We recommend having 6 months testing experience before undertaking this course.
What is an EICR?
A comprehensive electrical inspection and testing report produced as a result of an electrical installation assessment is known as an EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report). The EICR is a report on the condition of the electrical installation, including the design, content, and practises of the installation. The report includes a grading system to indicate the overall condition of the electrical installation and identifies any areas that require additional evaluation or repair. The EICR is an important component of electrical safety and is required for compliance with current legislation.
2391 courses prepare students to become qualified electrical inspectors and testers. Lectures, textbook studies, quizzes, discussion activities, online tests, and practical assessments are common components of these courses, which often include both theoretical and practical components. A 2391 practical assessment is an important part of the course and is usually carried out by a professor or an experienced electrical inspector. After successfully completing the 2391 course and practical assessment, the candidate receives a diploma and certificate demonstrating his or her competence in electrical inspection and testing.
EICR training may be included as part of electrical apprenticeships and NVQs (National Vocational Qualifications). The training covers electrical testing and inspection principles, as well as the testing process and requirements. Some courses may also include open book exams, in which students can access materials and links to answers for assistance. The final examination, on the other hand, is typically closed book, with candidates required to demonstrate their understanding and knowledge without the use of materials or external resources.
what is the 2391 qualification?
The 2391 qualification refers to the Level 3 Award in Inspection and Testing of Electrical Installations. It is a vocational qualification designed for electricians who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge in the field of electrical installation testing.
The 2391 qualification is aimed at those who have already completed a Level 2 or Level 3 electrical installation qualification and have some practical experience in the field. The course covers a wide range of topics, including testing procedures, inspection and testing of electrical installations, and the relevant regulations and safety standards.
Upon completion of the course, candidates are able to carry out inspection and testing of electrical installations in a safe and effective manner, and produce detailed reports on the results of their tests. The 2391 qualification is recognised by the UK's Joint Industry Board for Electrical Contracting (JIB) and is widely recognised as a benchmark for competence in the field of electrical installation testing.
How do I pass the 2391 inspection and testing?
To pass the 2391 Inspection and Testing certification, you need to prepare, study, and practice.
Here are some tips to help you pass the exam:
Understand the exam format: Before preparing for the test, it is important to understand the exam format. The 2391 certification exam is split into two sections, a written exam and a practical evaluation.
Study the relevant rules and standards: The 2391 certification exam covers various topics such as inspection and testing procedures, electrical installations inspection and testing, and the applicable regulations and safety standards.
Utilise study materials: To prepare for the exam, it's advisable to use study materials such as textbooks, revision guides, and practice tests. These resources will help you to understand the material and identify areas where you need to improve.
Attend a training course: An excellent way to prepare for the 2391 certification exam is by attending a training course. The course provides you with an opportunity to learn from experts, practice your skills, and interact with other learners.
Practice and revise: Practice makes perfect. It's essential to practice the inspection and testing procedures regularly and revise the material to ensure that you understand the concepts and procedures thoroughly.
Manage your time effectively: During the written exam, manage your time wisely. Read the questions carefully, and take the time to understand what is being asked before answering.
By following these tips, you can increase your chances of passing the 2391 Inspection and Testing certification.
how much is the 2391 course?
The cost of our 2391 inspection and testing course is £845 + VAT.