(PRWEB UK) 15 August 2012
The City & Guilds 2377 qualification is required by some organisations before staff are allowed to carry out PAT testing. Achieving this qualification shows a sound working knowledge of the IEE Code of Practice. The "IEE Code of Practice for in-service inspection and testing of Electrical Equipment" sets the industry standard on how to carry out PAT testing in the workplace.
This qualification is awarded on successful completion of an on-line multiple choice test. There are many organisations around the UK which offer City and Guilds 2377 training courses. Following the course the delegates can take the test at these approved centres. Delegates are allowed to refer to the IEE Code of Practice during the test.
"We are really excited to offer this qualification in conjunction with Derwent Training" said Sales Director Kimberley Stubbs. "They bring years of experience of offering the City and Guilds qualification to this venture. First Stop Safety can bring our many years of experience of offering PAT Testing training and our knowledge of PAT Testers".
"To help delegates prepare for the day we have a number of learning resources like the on-line practice test, Handbook of PAT Testing and our popular Distance Learning CD. These are designed to help the delegate get the most out of the day" added Kimberely.
One of the unique features of the course offered by First Stop Safety and Derwent Training is that delegates not acquiring the right pass mark are allowed a free resit. This demonstrates the confidence that the organisation have about the delivery of the course and the high PASS rate expected.
More information is available on the website http://www.firststopsafety.co.uk