EAL Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations (QCF) 600/4337/4
Introduction to the Qualifications
What are these qualifications?
These awards give the learner an understanding of the theory and practice involved with the:
Initial Verification and Commissioning, of both single and three phase electrical installations.
The awards follow BS 7671 and the Industry recognised IET (IEE) Guidance Note 3; and the Electrical Safely Council’s Best Practice Guides.
The awards give an opportunity for individuals to develop and/or enhance their knowledge and skills in the inspection and testing of single and three phase low voltage electrical installations.
Who are these qualifications for?
Electricians wish to carry out inspection, testing and commissioning.
What do these qualifications cover?
The application of knowledge involved with the inspection and testing of electrical installations. Each Award has one unit which covers the necessary learning outcomes for initial verification, and periodic inspection and testing of electrical installations. This includes learning outcomes about safe isolation, inspection, safe testing, pre‐energised and energised tests; documentation and the practical use of test equipment. The structure of each of the qualifications is listed in Section 3. The examinations for these qualifications are open book. The on‐screen allows the use of Guidance Note 3 Inspection & Testing Published by The Institution of Engineering and Technology.
2.1 Accreditation & Industry Support for these Qualifications
Are QCF qualifications and are accredited by Ofqual at level three.
Are recognised by industry, and were developed in conjunction with the NICEIC, ECA, and Summitskills; the sector skills council for building services engineering.