City & Guilds accredited course that will give you a clear understanding of how the current wiring regulations impact on electrical installations.  Our course is fully updated to Amendment 3.

This course is the latest City & Guilds 17th Edition qualification and is essential for anyone working in the electrical industry.

The City & Guilds 2382-15 is:

  • Industry approved
  • Highly rated by employers
  • An essential requirement of many leading bodies including NICEIC, ECA, ELECSA and NAPIT.
  • Key to enhancing your job prospects
  • An ideal way to keep up to date with current industry procedures and practices

2382-15 17th Edition Evening Course

Evenings & Saturdays £ 399 Exc. VAT
This 3 day course is split over Evenings (6pm - 9pm) and Saturdays (9am - 4:30pm)
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Course Dates Exam Date(s) Venue Availabiliy Booking
(2018) Tue 2nd, Sat 6th, Tue 9th, Sat 13th & Tue 16th January 2018
Tue 16th January 2018

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About this course…

This course is the latest City & Guilds 17th Edition qualification and is essential for anyone working in the electrical industry.  In small groups you will work though BS7671 with one of our industry trained experts. We pride ourselves on our friendly yet professional approach to training which helps us to regularly achieve 100% pass rates on this course.

You will learn to relate to and understand the regulations though discussion of job based scenarios and regular sample tests.

You will use the wiring regulations throughout the course and learn how to navigate the book.  This will place you in an excellent position not only for your exam but for your working career to help you to promptly find the information you need.

Who is it suitable for?

For Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Domestic Installers and other allied professionals who need to demonstrate an understanding of BS7671.

What’s included?

  • FREE hire of BS7671 17th Edition Amendment 3
  • All City & Guilds fees – no hidden costs!
  • Refreshments
  • A unique an friendly learning environment!

Course entry requirements?

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification, however, you will need a basic knowledge of electrical science and a working knowledge of electrical systems.

What’s next?

After completing this course you may wish to consider:

City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition Assessments:

At the end of  your 2382-15 course you will complete a computer based multiple-choice exam. This exam is open book so you will be able to reference to a ‘clean’ copy of BS7671 throughout.

Exam Specification

Duration 2 hours
Number of questions 60
Question type Multiple choice
Permitted reference materials BS7671 17th Edition Amendment 3
Other allowed materials/equipment Plain paper, pens and non-programmable calculator


On completion of the exam you will normally receive a printed result slip within just a few minutes. Assuming you have been successful a certificate will normally be available within 7 days of completing the course.

Absolutely Fantastic, courses have been conducted in a friendly relaxed atmosphere, really good course delivery very helpful.

Brian Pepper

I would just like to pass on my thanks to John, Gary and the team for the excellent service and flexibility you have given us regarding our course which was focused around electrical condition reporting. It has definitely given our engineers the confidence they required with the revised risk assessment side of the forms and answered many anomalies that regularly crop up and cause differences of opinions to the test engineers. Furthermore, I’m sure it will give us a competitive edge in this area and give our clients a very fair assessment of their electrical installations and the feedback to date has been very positive from our customer base. We look forward to working again with you soon.

Mike Skucha
Managing Director, SEI Electrical Contractors

I thoroughly enjoyed my time at rebus. The tutors made me feel very welcome and relaxed and this is reflected in my high results. Both Jon and Gary are a pleasure to work with and are experts in their field and extremely helpful, they always went the extra mile and helped me with other parts of my business which had nothing to do with the course. May I thank all at Rebus and I would strongly recommend anyone to use this training facility.

Lee Cain
C&H Elec Midlands Ltd

Darren Bakewell

Darren joined our team in 2017, and has years of industry experience.

During his career Darren has trained a wide range of electrical and H&S qualifications and has supported the development of electrical apprentices and experienced electricians.

Shaun Eardely

Shaun is a qualified tutor and assessor with a wealth of experience in the electrical contracting industry.  Having run his own business and worked for some established contracting companies Shaun is well placed to add ‘something extra’ to his course delivery.

Shaun is a very approachable trainer and able to relate training sessions to customers work, making it more enjoyable and easier to learn.

Shaun specializes in 17th Edition and Apprenticeship course delivery.

Jon Grocock

Jon has worked in the electrical industry since leaving school and starting an electrical apprenticeship with Midlands Electricity Board (MEB). After qualifying and working as an electrician for a number of years he specialised in the security industry, installing systems including CCTV, door entry systems, intruder and fire alarms. After progressing to Project Engineer Jon took the opportunity of a complete change in career and moved into training.

Jon has worked in training since 2003 and is now responsible for Quality Assurance, Training Delivery and Course Management. Jon still plays an active role in delivery and specializes in:

  • Domestic Electrical Installer Courses
  • City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition
  • City & Guilds 2394 / 2395 Inspection and Testing
  • EAL Level 3 Inspection and Testing
  • City & Guilds 2396 Design, Erection & Verification

Jon prides himself on going the extra mile to support his learners with his relaxed and friendly approach.

The NICEIC Learning Guide is an excellent publication that receives great feedback from our students.

For those that are feeling a little apprehensive this study book will give you more confidence prior to starting the course.

With lots of explanations and sample questions you are sure to benefit from working through this book.

This course is associated with the following products:

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BS 7671:2008 (2015) IET On-Site Guide


NICEIC Learners Guide 17th Edition 2382-15


IET Wiring Regulations – BS7671 17th Edition Incorporating Amendment Number 3 (2015)


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What happens if I fail an assessment?

You will have a very good chance of passing your assessments at the first attempt as our courses are very thorough and our tutors are there to guide and support you.

If it doesn’t go right for you on the day the main thing, is not to worry – it happens from time to time.

Your tutor will review your score with you and you may just need to review your notes again and sit the exam a couple of days later. This is often all that’s needed.

If you and your tutor feel you need a little more support we can agree some extra 1-1 training for you.

Whatever happens we want you to enjoy our courses and come away with the qualification that you wanted. Our tutors and staff will always be there to support and advise you.

What’s included?

  • FREE  book hire for the relevant course
  • All relevant awarding body fees – no hidden costs!
  • Refreshments
  • A unique an friendly learning environment!

Who is it suitable for?

For Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Domestic Installers and other allied professionals who need to demonstrate an understanding of BS7671.

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