Practical Guide to Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations Paperback – 1 Feb 2013
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"Whether an experienced electrician testing large industrial or commercial installations or a domestic installer altering or adding to installations, Chris has got it covered for you."
--From the foreword by Gerry Papworth B.A. (Hons), MIET, Eng. Tech, LCGI; Managing Director of Steve Willis Training (Portsmouth) Ltd; Chief examiner for City & Guilds 2391
About the Author
Chris Kitcher has 50 years experience in the electrical industry. He is a Lecturer in Electrical Installation at Central Sussex College and an NICEIC inspector for the Microgeneration Certification scheme (MCS). For the last 17 years he has worked in the college environment while maintaining his electrical skills by periodically working on site.
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I have been in the trade for 25 years and I would recommend this book to anyone in the electrical trade or thinking of a career in the electrical trade.
A clear indication of what is required and expected of an Electrician on site. An accurate sequence of test required for each level of certification required and a guide to form filling. What you should find when approaching a new job and how to use the information and test equipment. Calculations are always part of the job but their construction takes a while to master so the guidance is key to successfully completing projects. For the novice items like locking off get clarification, pictures are worth a thousand words. All of the pictures are clear and self explanatory.
The background support that the book affords can only benefit both trainees and "Improvers" to quote something from my day. I have read several books on the subject and this is the best to date.
This book is great if you are doing 2394/5 for any of the Education bodies. tho some of the EIRC has changed what is dam upsetting as it was one of the main things that set this book apart from the rest. Also in the EIC has changed a bit on the tick sheet....
Suggest if they bring out a new one then go for that.
IT clearly explains the test sequences, much more details as to why the tests are carried out and their full purpose as copared to GN3.
This book is essential for anyone who conducts electrical testing and for those such as myself who is in the process of taking my 2394/2395 exams.
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If your new to testing and inspection highly recommended, lays out test procedures in an easy to follow way. It has helped in my training big timePublished 7 months ago by Jason Smith
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