Everything needed to pass the first part of the City & Guilds 2365 Diploma in Electrical Installations.
Basic Electrical Installation Work will be of value to students taking the first year course of an electrical installation apprenticeship, as well as lecturers teaching it. The book provides answers to all of the 2365 syllabus learning outcomes, and one chapter is dedicated to each of the five units in the City & Guilds course.
This edition is brought up to date and in line with the 18th Edition of the IET Regulations:
- It can be used to support independent learning or a college based course of study
- Full-colour diagrams and photographs explain difficult concepts and clear definitions of technical terms make the book a quick and easy reference
- Extensive online material on the companion website www.routledge.com/cw/linsley helps both students and lecturers
Table of Contents
C&G unit 201/5.1: Health and safety in building services engineering. C&G unit 202: Principles of electrical science. C&G unit 203: Electrical installations technology. C&G unit 204: Installation of wiring systems and enclosures. C&G unit 210: Communicating with others in building services engineering. Answers to check your understanding questions. Preparing for assessment. Appendices: Abbreviations, symbols and codes; Health & Safety Executive (HSE) publications and information; Environmental organizations. Glossary of terms.
Trevor Linsley was formerly Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Blackpool and the Fylde College of Technology. There he taught subjects at all levels from first year trainee to first year undergraduate courses; and was also head of the multidiscipline NVQ Assessment Centre and responsible for establishing and running the AM2 Electrical Skills Assessment Centre. He has had 26 books published and has also written many bespoke training packages for local SME electrical engineering companies in the North West of England.