By “Trevor Linsley”
The 6th edition of Advanced Electrical Installation Work has been completely rewritten in Seven Chapters to closely match the Seven Performance Units of the City and Guilds 2357 qualifi cation. The technical content has been revised and updated to the requirements of the new 17th edition of the IEE Regulations BS 7671: 2008. Improved page design with new illustrations gives greater clarity to each topic.
This book of electrical installation theory and practice will be of value to the electrical trainee working towards:
● The City and Guilds 2357 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Installing Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment.
● The City and Guilds 2399 series of Environmental Systems Qualifi cation.
● The SCOTVEC and BTEC Electrical Utilization Units at Levels II and III.
Advanced Electrical Installation Work provides a sound basic knowledge of electrical theory and practice which other trades in the construction industry will fi nd of value, particularly those involved in multi-skilled activities.
The book incorporates the requirements of the latest regulations, particularly:
● 17th edition IEE Wiring Regulations
● British Standards BS 7671: 2008
●Part P of the Building Regulations, Electrical Safety in Dwellings: 2006
● Hazardous Waste Regulations: 2005
● Work at Height Regulations: 2005.
About this book:
There are seven performance units in the new City and Guilds 2357 qualifi cation Installing Electrotechnical Systems. Each chapter in this book covers one of the seven performance units 311 to 318.
Competence in the essential safety outcomes such as safe isolation and risk assessment must be demonstrated on more than one occasion and are therefore included in more than one performance unit and chapter in this book. The performance units will be assessed by the observation of a task or outcome plus a portfolio of evidence or assignments related to the task or outcome. This book will assist readers to assemble their portfolio of evidence and to complete the assignments required for each performance unit. The portfolio of evidence will be assessed by City and Guilds approved assessors at your place of work or training centre. For this reason there are no multiple choice questions at the end of each chapter in this book, as there are in Basic Electrical Installation Work 6 th edition.