Under UK legislation, persons working with electricity must be instructed or skilled. This NCC electrical maintenance, Test & Inspection, course has been designed to cover the relevant skills that will provide you, as the caravan service technician, the level of competence appropriate to carry out electrical work on touring caravans and motorhomes. The course is considered the minimum standard for anyone working on electrical systems within the caravan industry as a service technician.
What will I cover on the course?
This is a workshop based two day programmes with a combination of classroom based learning and practical assessment. The service technician will cover all relevant aspects of electrical safety, test and inspection; including the following:
Electrical safety legislation and regulations; Protection from electric shock; fire and burns and the maintenance of safe systems of work; Determine circuit protection and understand what to earth and what to bond; Inspecting and testing the electrical system of a touring caravan or motorhome; the use of electrical testing equipment; Completing appropriate documentation.
By the end of the two-day course, you will be able to demonstrate that you can work safely and competently with electrical equipment and systems as appropriate to your work. This course will provide you with the necessary skills to inspect and test electrical systems within touring caravans and motorhomes and to issue an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), or as appropriate, a Minor Electrical Installation Works Certificate (MEIWC).
Following successful completion of the course and assessment, the technician will receive the NCC Certificate of Competence in Electrical Maintenance: Test & Inspection of Touring Caravans & Motorhomes.