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The UK is projected to have 350,000 homes fitted with electric vehicle chargers by 2025 according to Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International as the electric vehicle market is booming. So as domestic charging is set to increase, make sure you don't get left behind!
This course is intended for experienced electricians and installers who are looking to enhance their current skillset to allow them to install domestic, commercial and “on street” vehicle charging points. You will be able to complete risk assessments, pre & post installation checklists, and safely install, inspect, and test any electric vehicle charging device.
And with a 100% pass rate to date on this course you can be reassured that you are in good teaching hands.
1. Introduction to Electric Vehicles & Electric Vehicle types
2. Characteristics, charging requirements, safety considerations
3. Overview of Electric Vehicle charging
4 modes of Electric Vehicle charging
Advantages/disadvantages of each
4. Electrical Installation Requirements
5. Pre & post installation checklists
Please note you will require a copy of the Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation. This is available to purchase from SETA should you wish to.
Due to the safety implications of working with Electricity, the City & Guilds 2919 Electric Vehicle Charging course is intended for practicing electricians. To ensure applicants have the potential and opportunity to gain the qualification successfully, we ask that proof of a Level 3 qualification demonstrating competency associated with working in the electrical installation industry is provided.
We expect you to meet the following criteria :
- Minimum age 18 years old (mandatory)
- Must be able to demonstrate the following competencies
- Be able to correctly install and terminate: pvc/pvc cable (twin and earth) and Steel Wire armoured cable (swa)
- Be able to carry out an initial verification (inspection & testing) on an electrical installation and complete the necessary paperwork.
Note: These competencies are required for the assessment and are not taught as part of the course.
It is recommended that you are up to date with your wiring regulations (18th Edition).
The following assessments will be required for this qualification:
- Design Assessment for a Commercial installation
- Design Assessment for a Domestic installation
- Practical Installation Assessment - Understand and carry out inspection, testing, commissioning and handover of Electric Vehicle charging equipment
- Fault Finding
- Online Multi-Choice Exam
COURSE BOOKS REQUIRED - available to purchase from SETA
- Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation
Read more about Electric Vehicles in our news article