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PAT Testing

PAT (Portable Appliance Testing) 2 Days


Level 3 Certificate for the Code of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment


This two day 'practical' PAT testing course covers everything necessary to successfully achieve certification. The course includes both a theory and practical elements.


This 2 day course is the latest and most up to date qualifications available from EAL for PAT


Course Content


The course is centred on the IET “Code of Practice for “In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (Latest Edition)” - each candidate will need to obtain a copy to use on the course.


You will receive both practical and theoretical training.


You will using our centre-developed training rigs and assessment rigs.


All instruments are supplied, but if you wish to bring your own you are very welcome (provided they are in compliance with GS38).


In addition to our training and preparation, the candidate will complete a practical assessment and an on-line exam at our comfortable and relaxed premises at Witney, Oxfordshire.


Who is it for?


This qualification is designed for those who want to carry out Portable Appliance Testing on electrical equipment as a profession or for in-house personnel. Candidates should be familiar with electrical systems and the hazards associated with electricity.


NOTE: for candidates with limited electrical experience we run a 1-day “Electrical Foundation” course to enable entry to this course.




For more information call Donna  01993 771155 or e.mail

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 Ted Barrett


Ted is a JIB Approved Electrician who has worked in electrical installation and maintenance since leaving school. He got involved with electrical training in 1995, and in 2001 was awarded the Licentiateship of the City and Guilds of London (LCGI) in recognition of services to training. Ted say’s “My method of training is keep it simple, make it fun and let’s get some results”.

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