Electrical installations and heating systems – regulations and applications
Basic electrical knowledge that benefits the housing workforce
Organisations or individuals involved in the management and maintenance of residential property will be required to deal with a wide range of heating and electrical appliances and understand systems including those that may have been installed many years ago. The purpose of this module is to provide an introduction to the electrical and heating systems commonly found in residential property and provide advice on operating systems and safety standards.
Candidates will gain an understanding of:
- Wiring installations
- The use of different cables
- The range of electrical fittings now available
- The checks required to assess whether or not a system is fit for purpose
- Heating systems and fuels in common use including:
- Natural gas
- Solid fuel
- oil fired
- Boilers used to power hot water systems
- Control panels and their effective operation
- Helping tenants to manage their comfort and economy.
Who is it for?
This course is designed for housing officers and inspectors, administrative staff, customer service officers, people in customer relations and repairs ordering, project workers and caretakers. This course would also be useful for tenant representatives.
When and where are courses held?
If you have eight or more participants our highly experienced tutors will come to your workplace to deliver any of our courses. For organisations with fewer than eight participants we run public courses on various dates throughout the year.
To book this course or for more information please call 0333 355 4165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org