5-day classroom based or distance learning course Overview
The 7232-(5) course is aimed at the partially qualified electricians who have not completed a full apprenticeship or qualified electricians who need to provide evidence of competency to a third party certification body such as NAPIT and STROMA. This course is third party certified by City and Guilds.
The NA 7232-(5) is delivered in two different study options; either as a 5-day classroom based course delivered by Allied Training Solutions training staff, prior to completing an online exam and three practical assessments or as distance learning where no tuition is provided by Allied Training Solutions and the candidate attends the training centre for one extended day to complete the online exam and three practical assessments.
Classroom based course
The course content below is delivered over the first three and a half days equipping the candidate with the knowledge and information they need to give them the best chance of passing the online exam and three practical assessments. The course is delivered by one of Allied Training Solution’s electrical trainers who have all come from a practical electrical background and have the ability to work with the candidate on any shortfalls that may appear during the tuition.The classroom based course is over 5 consecutive days and starts on a Monday (please contact Allied Training Solutions for the latest dates available)
Distance learning course
For those candidates who feel they do not require any tuition, can complete the syllabus via distance learning were Allied Training Solutions will send the candidate the course material and the candidate will only be required to attend training centre for one extended day to complete the online exam and three practical assessments.
Note : No tuition by Allied Training Solutions is included in this distance learning option. The assessment dates for the distance learning option are held on most week days except Fridays (please contact Allied Training Solutions for the latest dates available) and will start at 8:00 am.
All entrants need to have an understanding of the requirements for domestic dwellings and an amount of domestic buildings knowledge.
To achieve the level of competency required for installation practices, inspection and testing; verification and certification of electrical installations to BS 7671:2008 (2015)
At the end of the course, delegates will have demonstrated theoretical knowledge and practical competency in the following modules:
• Understand your own/your employers’ responsibilities under the 1989 Electricity at Work Act
• Have knowledge of the Building Regulations
• Understand the requirement for Health and Safety
• Carry out formal visual checks
• Carry out formal inspection and testing
• Carry out electrical checks
• Create records of electrical checks and tests completed
• Use records resulting from the above
Exam and assessment
All candidates are required to complete an online exam, which is split into three units and complete three practical electrical assessments. The applicant must pass the online exam before they are able to progress to the practical assessments.
Booking the course
When booking your course, you have to contact Allied Training Solutions to confirm your requirements.