City & Guilds 2382-18 18th Edition Electrical Wiring Regulations BS7671 (Part-Time)

Course Overview

This City & Guilds 2382-22 – 18th Edition Course is essential for anyone who works or is involved with electrical installations, especially those who work within the domestic and commercial markets.
The course is ideal for contract managers, designers, electrical engineers and installers, consultants, surveyors and other related construction trades. The course will ensure that you know all you need to know about the current standards and are working in compliance with the latest edition of the wiring regulations.
This course follows the syllabus set out by City & Guilds and ensures that learners have the knowledge and understanding needed to complete the City & Guilds examination which is taken on the last day of the course. Successful completion of the exam will result in the award of the internationally recognised City & Guilds Certificate in 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.
You will receive training and assessment by top quality lectures in excellent well-equipped facilities in South Wales and Powys. The location of training centre in South Wales is just off the M4, excellent access for candidates travelling from Cardiff , Newport, Bridgend, Swansea, Neath, and Merthyr areas.

  • Entry Requirements


  • Course Modules

    This course is designed for qualified electricians. Those
    nearing the end of a level 3 electrical qualification, or other
    professionals with significant electrical knowledge may also
    benefit from attending this course.

    For those with minimum electrical knowledge, it is
    recommended to complete a basic electrical course first,
    such as the C&G 2365 Electrical Installation Diploma.

    This course costs £333, funding is available, subject to eligibility.

  • Method of Assessment

    Online 2-hour exam

  • Additional Costs

    There is a £245 Materials fee.


Locations across wales or in-house at your business

Course length



£0 – funding available, subject to eligibility