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18th Edition City & Guilds 2382-22 (Current Wiring Regulations Book Included)

If you're a practising electrician, or someone interested in upskilling their knowledge in requirements for electrical installations this course will enhance your understanding in this key area of Electrical Safety.


This course is now offered including the latest update to include Amendment 2 released in March 2022 and is an essential qualification for anyone working in the electrical industry.

Forth Valley College offer this course at a very competitive price of £559 which includes providing you with a copy of the wiring regulations. BS7671:2018+A2:2022

This course forms the national standard to which all new and amended electrical installations in the UK are to comply.


Please noteThe 18th Edition is delivered over 3-Days with a 2 hour 60 question multiple-choice exam on the 4th Day.


The following topics will be covered:

  • Scope, object and fundamental principles

  • Definitions

  • Assessment of general characteristics

  • Protection for safety

  • Selection and erection of equipment

  • Inspection and testing

  • Special installations or locations

  • Functional Requirements* 

  • Appendices

*new addition

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These regulations are recognised by the British Standards Institute as a British Standard (BS7671).

Please note: there is one open-book online examination which is based on the whole book (BS7671:2018+A2:2022) and incorporates all changes from previous editions for both the 1 & 3-day courses.

Entry Requirements

  • Candidates must be aged 18 or over to qualify for this course.

  • There are no formal entry requirements although candidates will require a basic knowledge of electrical installation and principles.


Using ITA?

This course is eligible for ITA funding. If you wish to use ITA funding towards the cost of this course, you must first apply for the ITA funding through the My World of Work website. Once you’ve applied for funding, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to book your course.

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