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Course Name

City & Guild 2391-51 Level 3 Award in Period Inspection, Testing & Certification

Course Description

Any delegates wishing to attend this course ideally would have completed the C&G 2382 (17th Edition) prior to July 2018 or the C&G (18th Edition) from July 2018 onwards, if not, completed any of the C&G 2382 courses although, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement. Ideally the delegate will be electrically aware/or working in a similar environment.

Audience

This course is suitable for domestic installers and electricians who wish to carry out periodic inspections and testing plus associated certification. If candidates have no previous testing experience then they are still able to take the course but are advised to attend the 6 day course that includes an extra two days training immediately before the course date. We strongly recommend that candidates have the City & Guilds 2382 prior to taking this course, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement.

Duration:

4 Days Day(s)

Class size:

9

Course Name

City & Guild 2391-51 Level 3 Award in Period Inspection, Testing & Certification

Course Description

<p>Any delegates wishing to attend this course ideally would have completed the C&amp;G 2382 (17th Edition) prior to July 2018 or the C&amp;G (18th Edition) from July 2018 onwards, if not, completed any of the C&amp;G 2382 courses although, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement.</p> <p>Ideally the delegate will be electrically aware/or working in a similar environment.</p>

Audience

This course is suitable for domestic installers and electricians who wish to carry out periodic inspections and testing plus associated certification. If candidates have no previous testing experience then they are still able to take the course but are advised to attend the 6 day course that includes an extra two days training immediately before the course date. We strongly recommend that candidates have the City & Guilds 2382 prior to taking this course, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement.

Duration:

4 Days Day(s)

Class size:

9

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2395 PIT&C

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2079-11 F-Gas – Handling Fluorinated Gases and Ozone Depleting Substances

Course Description

To provide the knowledge and practical skills to undertake leak checking, recovery, installation, service and maintenance of stationary refrigeration and heat pump equipment containing refrigerants.

Audience

Personnel responsible for the maintenance of Air Conditioning Systems involving the handling of fluorinated gases.

Duration:

5 days Day(s)

Class size:

9

Course Name

City & Guilds 2079-11 F-Gas – Handling Fluorinated Gases and Ozone Depleting Substances

Course Description

<p>To provide the knowledge and practical skills to undertake leak checking, recovery, installation, service and maintenance of stationary refrigeration and heat pump equipment containing refrigerants.</p>

Audience

Personnel responsible for the maintenance of Air Conditioning Systems involving the handling of fluorinated gases.

Duration:

5 days Day(s)

Class size:

9

Competence Name Awarded:

Plant 11 - Undertake Installation, Maintenance, Modification and Repair of HVAC Systems

Competence Awarded:

Plant 11

Course Code:

2079-11

Prerequisite Name:

Undertake installation, maintenance, modification and repair of LV electrical installations

Prerequisite Short Code:

Plant 01

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

5

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face This course requires Personal Protective Equipment
How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2377 - Portable Appliance Testing

Course Description

We recommend that delegates have an up to date copy of the IEE code of practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment. The following elements are covered: - Legislation - Equipment classification - Frequency of inspection - Documentation and procedures - Competence to test - Instrumentation - Practical inspection and testing - Use of a variety of common test instruments - Recording and interpreting results Plant 01 holders do not need to hold this competence and can conduct these tasks using Plant 01 following a familiarisation with the test equipment. This course can be provided by any City & Guilds approved centre.   **Please note that a Scientific Calculator is required for this course***

Audience

This qualification is designed for those involved in the inspection and testing of electrical equipment and/or managing the process. Plant 01 holders do not need to hold this competence and can conduct these tasks using Plant 01 following a familiarisation with the test equipment. There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Duration:

2 Day(s)

Class size:

12

Course Name

City & Guilds 2377 - Portable Appliance Testing

Course Description

<p>We recommend that delegates have an up to date copy of the IEE code of practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment.<br /> <br /> The following elements are covered:<br /> - Legislation<br /> - Equipment classification<br /> - Frequency of inspection<br /> - Documentation and procedures<br /> - Competence to test<br /> - Instrumentation<br /> - Practical inspection and testing<br /> - Use of a variety of common test instruments<br /> - Recording and interpreting results<br /> <br /> Plant 01 holders do not need to hold this competence and can conduct these tasks using Plant 01 following a familiarisation with the test equipment.<br /> <br /> This course can be provided by any City &amp; Guilds approved centre.<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>**Please note that a Scientific Calculator is required for this course***</p>

Audience

This qualification is designed for those involved in the inspection and testing of electrical equipment and/or managing the process. Plant 01 holders do not need to hold this competence and can conduct these tasks using Plant 01 following a familiarisation with the test equipment. There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Duration:

2 Day(s)

Class size:

12

Competence Name Awarded:

Undertake Portable Appliance testing

Competence Awarded:

Plant 20

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2377 PAT

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2382 - Certificate for Electrical Installations (18th Edition)

Course Description

The 4 day course covers the complete wiring regulations and is delivered over 3 days with a 2 hour, 60 question on-line GOLA examination on the 4th day. If the optimum number of candidates attends this course (14) then the examination will take place in 2 sittings of 7 candidates.

Audience

Average literacy, numeracy skills and an understanding of basic electrical theory are desired but there are no formal prerequisites for entry to this course.

Duration:

4 Day(s)

Class size:

8

Course Name

City & Guilds 2382 - Certificate for Electrical Installations (18th Edition)

Course Description

<p>The 4 day course covers the complete wiring regulations and is delivered over 3 days with a 2 hour, 60 question on-line GOLA examination on the 4th day. If the optimum number of candidates attends this course (14) then the examination will take place in 2 sittings of 7 candidates.</p>

Audience

Average literacy, numeracy skills and an understanding of basic electrical theory are desired but there are no formal prerequisites for entry to this course.

Duration:

4 Day(s)

Class size:

8

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2382 CEI18

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2391-50 Initial Verification work on newly installed installations

Course Description

The City & Guilds (C&G) 2394 has now been amended to C&G 2391-50. Any delegates wishing to attend this course ideally would have completed the C&G 2382 (17th Edition) prior to July 2018 or the C&G (18th Edition) from July 2018 onwards, if not, completed any of the C&G 2382 courses although, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement. Ideally the delegate will be electrically aware/or working in a similar environment. This qualification helps you to develop the knowledge and practical skills required to professionally install and carry out initial verification and testing on electrical installations.

Audience

This award is ideal for qualified electricians wishing to update their knowledge of electrical installation techniques. Level 3 is ideal if you are a qualified electrician and have a great deal of technical skills and knowledge. You work with minimum supervision and have a good record of safety, fault correction and ensuring work meets the required standard. You want to update your knowledge of techniques and legislation.

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

4

Course Name

City & Guilds 2391-50 Initial Verification work on newly installed installations

Course Description

<p>The City &amp; Guilds (C&amp;G) 2394 has now been amended to C&amp;G 2391-50.</p> <p>Any delegates wishing to attend this course ideally would have completed the C&amp;G 2382 (17th Edition) prior to July 2018 or the C&amp;G (18th Edition) from July 2018 onwards, if not, completed any of the C&amp;G 2382 courses although, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement.</p> <p>Ideally the delegate will be electrically aware/or working in a similar environment.</p> <p>This qualification helps you to develop the knowledge and practical skills required to professionally install and carry out initial verification and testing on electrical installations.</p>

Audience

This award is ideal for qualified electricians wishing to update their knowledge of electrical installation techniques. Level 3 is ideal if you are a qualified electrician and have a great deal of technical skills and knowledge. You work with minimum supervision and have a good record of safety, fault correction and ensuring work meets the required standard. You want to update your knowledge of techniques and legislation.

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

4

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2394

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2396 Level 4 Award in Design, Erection & Verification

Course Description

This qualification helps to develop the essential, up-to-date knowledge and techniques needed to professionally design and install or inspect and test electrical systems. This course will cover: - - Statutory and non-statutory requirements relating to electrical installation design, construction management and verification. - The electrical installation design, construction and commissioning process. - BS 7671 requirements relating to electrical installation design. - Design and verification procedures for single and poly phase electrical installations. - Fundamental principles for the design and installation of associated protective systems relating to electrical installations. - Factors that affect choice of alternative energy sources and environmental technologies used within electrical installation design. This course can be provided by any City & Guilds approved centre.

Audience

This course is intended for staff who have responsibility for the design, construction, inspection and testing of electrical systems. It is advised that any candidate attending this course should have already undertaken C&G 2391 and already hold a C&G 2382 18th Edition Wiring Regulations or equivalent with update. There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Duration:

6 Day(s)

Class size:

9

Course Name

City & Guilds 2396 Level 4 Award in Design, Erection & Verification

Course Description

<p>This qualification helps to develop the essential, up-to-date knowledge and techniques needed to professionally design and install or inspect and test electrical systems.<br /> <br /> This course will cover: -<br /> - Statutory and non-statutory requirements relating to electrical installation design, construction management and verification.<br /> - The electrical installation design, construction and commissioning process.<br /> - BS 7671 requirements relating to electrical installation design.<br /> - Design and verification procedures for single and poly phase electrical installations.<br /> - Fundamental principles for the design and installation of associated protective systems relating to electrical installations.<br /> - Factors that affect choice of alternative energy sources and environmental technologies used within electrical installation design.<br /> <br /> This course can be provided by any City &amp; Guilds approved centre.</p>

Audience

This course is intended for staff who have responsibility for the design, construction, inspection and testing of electrical systems. It is advised that any candidate attending this course should have already undertaken C&G 2391 and already hold a C&G 2382 18th Edition Wiring Regulations or equivalent with update. There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Duration:

6 Day(s)

Class size:

9

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2396 DE&V

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

City and Guilds Level 3 in Learning and Development (new to role) - Module 1

Course Description

This course is part of the route to competence and meets the minimum requirement for all new Workforce Development Specialists within Network Rail. A nationally recognised qualification in association with City and Guilds, this is module 1 of a 10 day programme. It is assessed by way of the completion of assignments, observations and professional discussions with the assessor, and witness statements. Whilst assignments will be started during the programme there is the requirement to undertake additional research. The programme covers 5 units:- • Unit 001 Understand the principles and practices of learning and development • Unit 012 Reflect on and improve own practice in learning and development • Unit 006 Plan and prepare specific learning and development opportunities • Unit 007 Develop and prepare resources for learning and development • 008 Facilitate learning and development in groups

Audience

This programme is aimed at new Workforce Development Specialists and is part of their route to competence.

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

10

Course Name

City and Guilds Level 3 in Learning and Development (new to role) - Module 1

Course Description

<p>This course is part of the route to competence and meets the minimum requirement for all new Workforce Development Specialists within Network Rail.</p> <p>A nationally recognised qualification in association with City and Guilds, this is module 1 of a 10 day programme.</p> <p>It is assessed by way of the completion of assignments, observations and professional discussions with the assessor, and witness statements. Whilst assignments will be started during the programme there is the requirement to undertake additional research.</p> <p>The programme covers 5 units:-</p> <p>&bull; Unit 001 Understand the principles and practices of learning and development</p> <p>&bull; Unit 012 Reflect on and improve own practice in learning and development</p> <p>&bull; Unit 006 Plan and prepare specific learning and development opportunities</p> <p>&bull; Unit 007 Develop and prepare resources for learning and development</p> <p>&bull; 008 Facilitate learning and development in groups</p>

Audience

This programme is aimed at new Workforce Development Specialists and is part of their route to competence.

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

10

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

CGL3M1New

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

City and Guilds Level 3 in Learning and Development (new to role) - Module 2

Course Description

This interactive programme is aimed at new Workforce Development Specialists and forms part of their route to competence. Working towards the qualification this programme, formed of 2 highly learner centred modules approximately 6 months apart,   learners will cover the theory required to complete assignments and have the opportunity to practice and develop their training delivery skills.  Competence is assessed by way of completing assignments, a review of work products, professional discussions and observed training delivery sessions. Whilst the information to complete assignments is covered on the modules, delegates will be expected to do additional research and assignment work outside the classroom environment. 

Audience

New Workforce Development Specialists

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

10

Course Name

City and Guilds Level 3 in Learning and Development (new to role) - Module 2

Course Description

<p style="margin-left:0cm; margin-right:0cm">This interactive programme is aimed at new Workforce Development Specialists and forms part of their route to competence. Working towards the qualification this programme, formed of 2 highly learner centred modules approximately 6 months apart,&nbsp;&nbsp; learners will cover the theory required to complete assignments and have the opportunity to practice and develop their training delivery skills.&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin-left:0cm; margin-right:0cm">Competence is assessed by way of completing assignments, a review of work products, professional discussions and observed training delivery sessions.</p> <p style="margin-left:0cm; margin-right:0cm">Whilst the information to complete assignments is covered on the modules, delegates will be expected to do additional research and assignment work outside the classroom environment.&nbsp;</p>

Audience

New Workforce Development Specialists

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

10

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

C&G L3 L&D M1 & M2

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face
How to Book

Course Name

DC Electrified Lines - Procedure B Level A Nominated Person Northern City Line

Course Description

To enable the delegate to develop the technical ability and underpinning knowledge required to carry out the duties of a Level A Nominated Person conducting Procedure B, specifically for the Northern City Line.  

Audience

NWR & Industry-wide

Duration:

2 Day(s)

Class size:

6

Course Name

DC Electrified Lines - Procedure B Level A Nominated Person Northern City Line

Course Description

<p>To enable the delegate to develop the technical ability and underpinning knowledge required to carry out the duties of a Level A Nominated Person conducting Procedure B, specifically for the Northern City Line.<br /> &nbsp;</p>

Audience

NWR & Industry-wide

Duration:

2 Day(s)

Class size:

6

Competence Name Awarded:

Level A - Procedure B Northern City Line

Competence Awarded:

LA 3rd-R PB-iNCL

Course Code:

LA 3rd R PB-i (NCL)

Prerequisite Name:

First Aid for Electrical Accidents Personal Track Safety. Working Near or Adjacent to the DC Conductor Rail

Prerequisite Short Code:

HSE T32, PTS DCCR

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

2

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face This course requires Personal Protective Equipment
How to Book

Course Name

City & Guild 2391-51 Level 3 Award in Period Inspection, Testing & Certification

Course Description

<p>Any delegates wishing to attend this course ideally would have completed the C&amp;G 2382 (17th Edition) prior to July 2018 or the C&amp;G (18th Edition) from July 2018 onwards, if not, completed any of the C&amp;G 2382 courses although, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement.</p> <p>Ideally the delegate will be electrically aware/or working in a similar environment.</p>

Audience

This course is suitable for domestic installers and electricians who wish to carry out periodic inspections and testing plus associated certification. If candidates have no previous testing experience then they are still able to take the course but are advised to attend the 6 day course that includes an extra two days training immediately before the course date. We strongly recommend that candidates have the City & Guilds 2382 prior to taking this course, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement.

Duration:

4 Days Day(s)

Class size:

9

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2395 PIT&C

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2079-11 F-Gas – Handling Fluorinated Gases and Ozone Depleting Substances

Course Description

<p>To provide the knowledge and practical skills to undertake leak checking, recovery, installation, service and maintenance of stationary refrigeration and heat pump equipment containing refrigerants.</p>

Audience

Personnel responsible for the maintenance of Air Conditioning Systems involving the handling of fluorinated gases.

Duration:

5 days Day(s)

Class size:

9

Competence Name Awarded:

Plant 11 - Undertake Installation, Maintenance, Modification and Repair of HVAC Systems

Competence Awarded:

Plant 11

Course Code:

2079-11

Prerequisite Name:

Undertake installation, maintenance, modification and repair of LV electrical installations

Prerequisite Short Code:

Plant 01

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

5

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face This course requires Personal Protective Equipment

How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2377 - Portable Appliance Testing

Course Description

<p>We recommend that delegates have an up to date copy of the IEE code of practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment.<br /> <br /> The following elements are covered:<br /> - Legislation<br /> - Equipment classification<br /> - Frequency of inspection<br /> - Documentation and procedures<br /> - Competence to test<br /> - Instrumentation<br /> - Practical inspection and testing<br /> - Use of a variety of common test instruments<br /> - Recording and interpreting results<br /> <br /> Plant 01 holders do not need to hold this competence and can conduct these tasks using Plant 01 following a familiarisation with the test equipment.<br /> <br /> This course can be provided by any City &amp; Guilds approved centre.<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>**Please note that a Scientific Calculator is required for this course***</p>

Audience

This qualification is designed for those involved in the inspection and testing of electrical equipment and/or managing the process. Plant 01 holders do not need to hold this competence and can conduct these tasks using Plant 01 following a familiarisation with the test equipment. There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Duration:

2 Day(s)

Class size:

12

Competence Name Awarded:

Undertake Portable Appliance testing

Competence Awarded:

Plant 20

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2377 PAT

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2382 - Certificate for Electrical Installations (18th Edition)

Course Description

<p>The 4 day course covers the complete wiring regulations and is delivered over 3 days with a 2 hour, 60 question on-line GOLA examination on the 4th day. If the optimum number of candidates attends this course (14) then the examination will take place in 2 sittings of 7 candidates.</p>

Audience

Average literacy, numeracy skills and an understanding of basic electrical theory are desired but there are no formal prerequisites for entry to this course.

Duration:

4 Day(s)

Class size:

8

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2382 CEI18

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2391-50 Initial Verification work on newly installed installations

Course Description

<p>The City &amp; Guilds (C&amp;G) 2394 has now been amended to C&amp;G 2391-50.</p> <p>Any delegates wishing to attend this course ideally would have completed the C&amp;G 2382 (17th Edition) prior to July 2018 or the C&amp;G (18th Edition) from July 2018 onwards, if not, completed any of the C&amp;G 2382 courses although, though this is not a mandatory entry requirement.</p> <p>Ideally the delegate will be electrically aware/or working in a similar environment.</p> <p>This qualification helps you to develop the knowledge and practical skills required to professionally install and carry out initial verification and testing on electrical installations.</p>

Audience

This award is ideal for qualified electricians wishing to update their knowledge of electrical installation techniques. Level 3 is ideal if you are a qualified electrician and have a great deal of technical skills and knowledge. You work with minimum supervision and have a good record of safety, fault correction and ensuring work meets the required standard. You want to update your knowledge of techniques and legislation.

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

4

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2394

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

City & Guilds 2396 Level 4 Award in Design, Erection & Verification

Course Description

<p>This qualification helps to develop the essential, up-to-date knowledge and techniques needed to professionally design and install or inspect and test electrical systems.<br /> <br /> This course will cover: -<br /> - Statutory and non-statutory requirements relating to electrical installation design, construction management and verification.<br /> - The electrical installation design, construction and commissioning process.<br /> - BS 7671 requirements relating to electrical installation design.<br /> - Design and verification procedures for single and poly phase electrical installations.<br /> - Fundamental principles for the design and installation of associated protective systems relating to electrical installations.<br /> - Factors that affect choice of alternative energy sources and environmental technologies used within electrical installation design.<br /> <br /> This course can be provided by any City &amp; Guilds approved centre.</p>

Audience

This course is intended for staff who have responsibility for the design, construction, inspection and testing of electrical systems. It is advised that any candidate attending this course should have already undertaken C&G 2391 and already hold a C&G 2382 18th Edition Wiring Regulations or equivalent with update. There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Duration:

6 Day(s)

Class size:

9

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

PD/IE/C&G2396 DE&V

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

City and Guilds Level 3 in Learning and Development (new to role) - Module 1

Course Description

<p>This course is part of the route to competence and meets the minimum requirement for all new Workforce Development Specialists within Network Rail.</p> <p>A nationally recognised qualification in association with City and Guilds, this is module 1 of a 10 day programme.</p> <p>It is assessed by way of the completion of assignments, observations and professional discussions with the assessor, and witness statements. Whilst assignments will be started during the programme there is the requirement to undertake additional research.</p> <p>The programme covers 5 units:-</p> <p>&bull; Unit 001 Understand the principles and practices of learning and development</p> <p>&bull; Unit 012 Reflect on and improve own practice in learning and development</p> <p>&bull; Unit 006 Plan and prepare specific learning and development opportunities</p> <p>&bull; Unit 007 Develop and prepare resources for learning and development</p> <p>&bull; 008 Facilitate learning and development in groups</p>

Audience

This programme is aimed at new Workforce Development Specialists and is part of their route to competence.

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

10

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

CGL3M1New

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

City and Guilds Level 3 in Learning and Development (new to role) - Module 2

Course Description

<p style="margin-left:0cm; margin-right:0cm">This interactive programme is aimed at new Workforce Development Specialists and forms part of their route to competence. Working towards the qualification this programme, formed of 2 highly learner centred modules approximately 6 months apart,&nbsp;&nbsp; learners will cover the theory required to complete assignments and have the opportunity to practice and develop their training delivery skills.&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin-left:0cm; margin-right:0cm">Competence is assessed by way of completing assignments, a review of work products, professional discussions and observed training delivery sessions.</p> <p style="margin-left:0cm; margin-right:0cm">Whilst the information to complete assignments is covered on the modules, delegates will be expected to do additional research and assignment work outside the classroom environment.&nbsp;</p>

Audience

New Workforce Development Specialists

Duration:

5 Day(s)

Class size:

10

Competence Name Awarded:

Competence Awarded:

Course Code:

C&G L3 L&D M1 & M2

Prerequisite Name:

Prerequisite Short Code:

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face

How to Book

Course Name

DC Electrified Lines - Procedure B Level A Nominated Person Northern City Line

Course Description

<p>To enable the delegate to develop the technical ability and underpinning knowledge required to carry out the duties of a Level A Nominated Person conducting Procedure B, specifically for the Northern City Line.<br /> &nbsp;</p>

Audience

NWR & Industry-wide

Duration:

2 Day(s)

Class size:

6

Competence Name Awarded:

Level A - Procedure B Northern City Line

Competence Awarded:

LA 3rd-R PB-iNCL

Course Code:

LA 3rd R PB-i (NCL)

Prerequisite Name:

First Aid for Electrical Accidents Personal Track Safety. Working Near or Adjacent to the DC Conductor Rail

Prerequisite Short Code:

HSE T32, PTS DCCR

Skills Assessment Scheme Regime:

2

Course Type:

This course requires Face to Face This course requires Personal Protective Equipment

How to Book