Electric Vehicle Charging Point Installations
Design and Installation of Domestic and Small Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Installations (City & Guilds 2921)
Adult, Level 3
Trinity Green Building
Following the increase of Government investment in the infrastructure of electric vehicle charging, this course is designed for qualified and experienced electricians who are seeking to enhance their skills and knowledge to install domestic, commercial and “on street” vehicle charging points.
It gives you an understanding of the application of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation and allows individuals working in the electrotechnical sector to develop their understanding of the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging points.
This qualification is delivered in compliance with the current edition of BS7671 and the new IET Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation.
This qualification is built to reflect the specific requirements in relation to the design and installation of domestic and small commercial electric vehicle charging installations.
It will provide you with an understanding of how to install the range of equipment and systems available and includes exclusive guidance on electrical requirements.
It will also provide essential knowledge and skills required to install electric vehicle charging points in public, private and commercial locations including; the design and installation, inspection and testing and commissioning and handover processes.
The Design and Installation of Domestic and Small Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Installations including:
- The key requirements relating to electric vehicle charging equipment
- The types and features of electric vehicle charging equipment
- The design of installations for electric vehicle charging equipment
- The requirements for inspection, testing, commissioning and handover of electric vehicle charging equipment and circuits
- The use of vehicles as electrical energy storage systems as part of prosumer’s installations
Candidates must be a qualified practicing electrician to level 3 to undertake this course.
You will be assessed by an online multiple choice exam and a practical assessment. The course is classroom based and digital skills are fundamental as the online exam is undertaken on a laptop.
Successful completion of this course can lead to continuing employment within the electrical industry, further short courses for professional development are also available. You may go on to work as an approved Electrician.
This is representative of the most common fees scenario, but actual fees can vary depending on a number of factors. Please contact us if you need more guidance.
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