City & Guilds 2919 Training

Level 3 Award in Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation Course

Replenishh has partnered with City & Guilds to offer two ways to gain your 2919 Electric Vehicles Charging qualification. You can do a day's learning from home in your own time and 1-day at the assessment centre, or a 2-day guided course at the assessment centre. Both result in the same qualification. These courses are designed to provide the necessary theoretical and practical training to give experienced electricians the tools they need to install electric vehicle charging equipment with confidence.

Home Learning + assessment day : Course Cost £295 EX VAT (£354 INC VAT)

Summary

  • Learning can be done at your own pace
  • Less time taken out of your working week
  • Less disruption to home and family patterns
  • Opportunity to revise / revisit workbooks or topics
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Course Details

This home study programme is specifically designed for experienced electricians who are members of a competent persons scheme, who wish to obtain the Level 3 Award in Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation qualification but opt for a choice of home study and one day attendance at an assessment centre rather than a two day training centre course.

Course Description

The underpinning information given is the same but delivered by a blended learning on-line home study platform which still enables those interested in expanding or diversifying their business by learning to install this emerging technology using a training option of their choice. On successful completion of this qualification candidates are able to apply for inclusion on the OLEV (Office for Low Emission Vehicles) register of Competent Electric Vehicle Charging Installers. PLEASE NOTE that OLEV requires other criteria to be complied with along with this qualification.

Course Information

This Course Covers (Home learning package and 1 day at assessment centre)

Home Learning Section

The underpinning knowledge is provided by a learning package that covers the IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (3rd Edition). This will be completed at home by undertaking a series of on-line question and answer sections.

Training Centre Assessment

1-day attendance is required at an assessment centre where a brief recap and question and answer session will be held following which the practical assessment and the on-line theory components of the City & Guilds 2919-01 course will be undertaken.

Please Note: No training will be given at the assessment centre and the home learning package needs to be completed successfully 24 hours prior to your attendance.

The candidate applying for this course needs to undertake and complete the above Home-Learning section of this blended learning package and pass all assessments successfully prior to attendance at the assessment centre for the practical assessment and the on-line City & Guilds examination.

The blended learning package covers

  • BS 7671 Section 722 and the IET Code of Practice
  • Modes and cases of charging, EVSE and site restrictions
  • Installation practices, risk assessment, earthing systems, protection and labelling
  • Selection of the correct protective devices
  • Introduction to on-street, commercial & industrial situations
  • Inspection, testing, fault finding & maintenance
  • Certification, documentation & the required notification to the DNO

Course Structure

The course is designed to help installers take as little time away from planned work schedules but still take advantage of the opportunities presented by the growing low carbon transport sector. It will provide the skills and underpinning knowledge to help you to make the most of potential consumer demand for low-cost alternatives to conventional fuel as well as the tax reductions, access to the OLEV register of installers and incentives that going electric can provide.

Course Materials

Candidates are required to have access to the following prior to undertaking both sections of the course:

  1. IET Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2018 (Available to buy here
  2. IET Guidance Note 3 (Available to buy here
  3. IET Onsite Guide BS7671:2018(Available to buy here
  4. IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installations 3rd Edition (Available to buy here

Course Requirements

Candidates need to be experienced in electrical installation practices, inspection & testing and certification of electrical installations as they will be required to complete inspection, testing and certification during practical assessments on purpose-built EV rigs. No Training in testing techniques will be given. It is highly recommended that candidates are already a member of a Competent Person Scheme or hold a formal inspection and testing qualification such as: - (not an exhaustive list)

  • City & Guilds 2391-50,51, or 52 Certificate in inspection, testing and certification of electrical installation
  • City & Guilds 2394 Award in initial verification & certification of electrical installation
  • NA 7232 Competence in the Installation and Testing of Electro-technical Systems
  • EAL Diploma in electrical testing and commissioning
  • EAL Diploma in inspection & testing electrotechnical systems
  • EAL Award in initial verification & certification of electrical installation
  • EAL Award in approving electrical installation work in dwellings
  • Logic Award in initial verification & certification of electrical installation

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2 Day Course at assessment centre : Course Cost £345 EX VAT (£414 INC VAT)

Summary

  • Experienced tutor to guide through the course
  • Networking opportunities with like-minded trades people
  • Face to face group discussions
  • Model rigs available for duration of the course to investigate prior to the assessment
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Course Details

This course is specifically designed for experienced electricians who are interested in expanding or diversifying their business by learning to install this emerging technology. On successful completion of this qualification candidates can apply for inclusion on the OLEV (The Office for Low Emission Vehicles) register of competent Electric Vehicle Charging Installers.

Course Description

The underpinning information given is the same but delivered by a blended learning on-line home study platform which still enables those interested in expanding or diversifying their business by learning to install this emerging technology using a training option of their choice. On successful completion of this qualification candidates are able to apply for inclusion on the OLEV (Office for Low Emission Vehicles) register of Competent Electric Vehicle Charging Installers. PLEASE NOTE that OLEV requires other criteria to be complied with along with this qualification.

Course Information

This Course Covers (over 2 days)

This course will give you the technology specific knowledge that is required to install EV charging points with confidence

  • Introduction, BS7671 section 722 and the IET Code of Practice
  • Modes of charging, EVSE, restrictions
  • Installation practices, risk assessment, earthing, protection, labelling & practical exercises
  • On street, commercial & industrial situations
  • Inspection, testing, fault finding & maintenance
  • Certification & notification to DNO
  • Practical assessment and online examination

Course Structure

The course is designed to help installers take advantage of the opportunities presented by the growing low carbon transport sector. It will provide the installation requirements and knowledge to help you to make the most of potential consumer demand for low-cost alternatives to conventional fuel as well as the tax reductions and incentives going electric can provide.

Course Materials

Candidates will need to bring the following:

  1. IET Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671:2018 (Available to buy here
  2. IET Guidance Note 3 (Available to buy here
  3. IET Onsite Guide BS7671:2018(Available to buy here
  4. IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installations 3rd Edition (Available to buy here

Course Requirements

Candidates need to be experienced in electrical installation practices, inspection & testing and certification of electrical installations as they will be required to complete inspection, testing and certification during practical assessments on purpose-built EV rigs. No Training in testing techniques will be given. It is highly recommended that candidates are already a member of a Competent Person Scheme or hold a formal inspection and testing qualification such as: - (not an exhaustive list)

  • City & Guilds 2391-50,51, or 52 Certificate in inspection, testing and certification of electrical installation
  • City & Guilds 2394 Award in initial verification & certification of electrical installation
  • NA 7232 Competence in the Installation and Testing of Electro-technical Systems
  • EAL Diploma in electrical testing and commissioning
  • EAL Diploma in inspection & testing electrotechnical systems
  • EAL Award in initial verification & certification of electrical installation
  • EAL Award in approving electrical installation work in dwellings
  • Logic Award in initial verification & certification of electrical installation

Please sign in to book this course.