Course Details

This course is designed and delivered to be learner focused, as well as covering the knowledge required to complete the City and Guilds based assessment. The course will enable you to design electrical installations, taking into account external influences and customer specifications. You will gain a greater understating about how protective measure are applied in electrical installations.

Entry Requirements

It is highly recommended that you have an existing level 3 qualification, 2360 or 2330, BS7671, 2391 or 2394/2395, and experience from a variety of electrical installations from across the domestic and commercial sector.

Career options

The qualification is often a requirement for Quality Supervisors in large companies. Gaining this qualification should lead to further business or progression opportunities.

Design and Verification of Electrical Installations Level 4 Award

Five highlights

  • 1 Trade experienced lecturers.
  • 2 Theoretical and real scinarios are used to help understanding.
  • 3 Application of regulations, explained using scinarios.
  • 4 City and Guilds recognised qualification.
  • 5 Opportunity to network with others in the trade.

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • Flexible start date
  • City and Guilds Award in the Design and Verification of Electrical Installations (QCF)


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Course code Location Course length Start date
EEL094CE1A Chichester Campus Flexible Flexible start date

What you need to know

What will I study?

The application of theory and legal aspects of electrical design, verification of electrical installations. Selection of wiring systems to suit external influences. Cable calculations using information from BS7671. Required documentation for electrical installations. Applied protective measures.

How will I be taught?

Simple clear PowerPoint presentations. Group discussions. Step by step calculations. Example exam scinarios. Videos.

How will I be assessed?

Written exam set and dated by City and Guilds. Design project. To be completed in your own time (Some class time will be devoted to this) It is recomended that you allow at least 40 hours fro this project.

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