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BS 7671 TRAINING 209 Initial Verifi cation 1 & 1/2 days


214 Inspection & Testing (including periodic inspections)


218 Requirements for Electrical Installations


HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING


102 ECS Health, Safety & Environmental


217 Safe Isolation 221 Emergency Lighting


222 T e Electrotechnical Site Safety Assessment (TESSA)


TECHNICAL TRAINING


207 In-service Inspection & Testing of Electrical Equipment


216 Scottish Building Standards


2 days 2 days 1 day


DURATION 1 day


1/2 day 1 day


1 day


DURATION 1 day 1 day


switching routines. They will also be issued with notes and documentation on the various products, which they can work on further after the course. No home study is required and the course lasts one day, from 9am to 4.30pm. There is no formal exam and no entry requirements, although it is recommended that learners have, or are working towards, an SVQ III MA in


Electrical Installation or equivalent. The course isn’t recommended for non-electricians and it is not advised for anyone who is not an electrically skilled person to install these products, as per the defi nitions in BS 7671 and The Electricity at Work Regulations (Regulation 16).


Drone surveying course Also held in partnership with WCS, the new drone surveying course is designed to give learners an insight into the benefi ts of using drones to survey buildings, sites and land. The course will show off the


DURATION 1 & 1/2 days


OTHER UPCOMING SELECT COURSES VENUE


Online (Day 1) & Edinburgh (Day 2) 24 & 25


Online (Day 1) & Aberdeen (Day 2)


Online (Day 1) & Edinburgh (Day 2)


Edinburgh Online VENUE Online Online


Online Online VENUE Online Online


19, 25 AUGUST


AUGUST


SEPTEMBER


OCTOBER 13 & 14, 28 & 29 19 & 20 1 & 2 7 & 8 22 & 23


1, 8, 16, 21, 27 SEPTEMBER 28


7, 14, 21, 27 OCTOBER 12, 26 20


21 24, 31


AUGUST 26


2, 9, 14, 15, 30 SEPTEMBER


13, 19, 28


OCTOBER 6 5


emergency planning, highlighting the fact


that drones should be


treated as seriously as any other form of fl ight.


The course will use a


You can learn about drone surveying


technological advancements in recent drone technology, as well as highlighting the safety benefi ts of using this equipment, e.g.


avoiding the need to work at height. WCS will cover the Drone Code in


detail, highlight key dos and don’ts of drone fl ight, and will also look briefl y at the requirements of fl ight planning and the tools to do this.


Delegates will also learn about pre- and post-fl ight checks and safety and


i


Further details on these and all our other courses can be found at www.select.org.uk/training, by calling SELECT Training on


0131 445 5577 or by e-mailing training@ select.org.uk


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combination of lectures, video presentations and practical drone fl ights.


Learners will also be issued with notes and documentation on the


Drone Code and a fl ight planning assessment, which they can work on further after the course. No home study is required and the course lasts half a day, from 9am to 12.30pm. There is no formal exam or specifi c entry requirements.


5 & 6, 26 & 27


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