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NAPIT NA7232-(5) Part P Competence in the Installation and Testing of Electrotechnical Systems.
Course Objectives

On successful completion of this course you will hold a certificate evidencing competence in the Installation and Testing of Electrotechnical Systems NA7232-(5) (City and Guilds Accredited)

It will demonstrate your competence in line with the criteria of the industry recognised Electrotechnical Assessment specification and means you will be eligible to apply for NAPIT electrical membership. It therefore represents a step towards being able save time and money by self-certifying the electrical work you carry out under Part P of the Building Regulations.

Why Take this Course?

This course is specifically designed for highly skilled and experienced electricians looking to demonstrate their competence to work to Part P of the Building Regulations and/or undertake commercial/industrial work, including 3-phase.

For successful candidates who are able to provide evidence of work demonstrating 2 years of appropriate electrical experience, the course provides a direct route to NAPIT electrical membership. Unlike some courses, subject to ongoing successful assessments if you chose to register on NAPIT’s Competent Person Scheme, this City and Guilds Accredited program will never need to be renewed. 

Course Duration

23.5 days training + 1.5 days assessment

Course Content
The course will provide a comprehensive overview of Inspection and Testing to BS 7671:2008 Incorporating Amendment No.3 (2015) and is divided into the following topics:
  • Safety and regulations
  • Inspection procedures and practises
  • Safe isolation
  • Initial verification of system design
  • Instrumentation
  • Testing sequence
  • Certification
Course Materials

When you attend, you will need to bring the following:

  • IET Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671:2008 Incorporating Amendment No3 (2015)
  • Memorandum of Guidance on the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, HSE (available as a free download)
  • IET Guidance Note 3
  • IET On-site Guide BS 7671:2008 Incorporating Amendment No.3 (2015)
  • Your own test equipment and in-date calibration certificate (test equipment can be provided if required)
Entry requirements

Two years of appropriate electrical experience.  If you choose to become a NAPIT member after completion of this course, you will also need auditable evidence of work carried out to be able to demonstrate this.