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Currently, on average, 600 chargers are added to the UK roads a month, with 100 of those being fast chargers. This charging infrastructure is responsible for serving around 750,000 plug-in vehicles.

The Government’s 2022 commitment to allocate £1.6 billion to further expand the UK’s charging network – with around 300,000 public chargers expected to be available by 2030 – means the industry needs competent installers.  The City & Guilds 2921-31 course has been designed to standardise practices for manufacturers, suppliers and installers. The course reflects the future requirements of this exciting new industry by helping to reduce the risk of unsafe and inefficient practices.

This Electric Vehicle (EV) charging qualifications – delivered FREE OF CHARGE – is designed to give a fundamental understanding of the design, installation, testing, inspection, commission and maintenance of single electric vehicle charging equipment in both domestic and commercial settings.

Take a look at Weymouth Colleges other professional courses here.

 

Who is this qualification for?

Designed for electricians who want to develop and expand their existing skills to include the installation and maintenance of single electric vehicle charging  – this qualification will give you a fundamental understanding of the design and installation of both domestic and small commercial electric vehicle charging equipment.

Typical examples include:

16 A (3.6 kW) and 32 A (7.2 kW) single phase units

11 kW and 22 kW three-phase units

Course Content

You will explore and develop an understanding of:

  • the requirements relating to electric vehicle charging equipment.
  • the types and varying features of electric vehicle charging equipment.
  • how to design an installation for electric vehicle charging equipment.
  • the requirements for inspection, testing, commissioning, and handover of electric vehicle charging equipment and circuits.
  • the use of vehicles as electrical energy storage systems.

Entry requirements

Aimed at practicing and qualified electricians – learners must hold one of the following (and supply a copy on the first day of the course):

  • 2357 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Installing Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment (Buildings, Structures and the Environment)
  • 2357 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Electrotechnical Services (Electrical Maintenance)
  • 5357 Level 3 Electrotechnical qualification
  • 2356 Level 3 NVQ in Electrotechnical Services Experienced Worker
  • 2346 Level 3 Electrotechnical Experienced Worker Qualification

Equivalent awards from other awarding organisations equivalences may also be acceptable

  • Equivalent historical qualifications

or

  • ECS Gold Card, JIB Electrician or Approved Electrician Card

If your qualification from the list above is more than 5 years old you must show an 18th Edition Qualification to show you are up to date with the latest regulations.

If you are unsure about your current eligibility please contact kris_thorne@weymouth.ac.uk who will be happy to help.

Assessment

Assessment will be in the form of online multiple choice assessment plus short answer question paper and scenario-based questions

Cost - FREE OF CHARGE

This course is FREE of charge to those learners meeting the entry requirements.  The usual cost for this commercial course is £395

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