18th Edition

2382-22  Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671:2018

Accreditation Number (QAN): 603/3319/4

Please note 2382-22 Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations is the latest version of BS7671 including Amendment 2 and the May 2023 Corrigendum.

This qualification ensures that you are up-to-date with the latest industry regulation on wiring and the safe use and operation of electrical equipment and systems. It covers the 18th edition of the IET Wiring Regulations, which came into force in June 2018. These regulations are recognised by the British Standards Institute as a British Standard (BS7671).

If you’re a practising electrician, you must comply with the regulations for electrical work, this qualification is designed to provide  those seeking progression in their career with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to carry out job roles and responsibilities associated with the Electrotechnical industry.

This level will suit you if you are a practising electrician with specific qualifications, who needs to update your certification to meet the latest edition of the IET Wiring Regulations.  Alternatively, you’re a newly qualified electrician who needs to gain this certificate.

This course is available as a one-day refresher course or a full qualification.  Learners will complete one core unit:

  • Requirements for electrical installations update to BS 7671: 2018.

Throughout the year our staff are regularly trained in order to continue supporting our learners the best way possible. This training covers a wide range of areas and is open to others. Please contact us if you have any interest in this course.

First Aid

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require all employers to arrange to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. This includes carrying out a risk assessment, appointing a suitable amount of first aiders and providing appropriate first aid training. However, having the correct first aid provision in the workplace is not just a legal requirement, it is incredibly important for the safety of all members of staff!

The QA Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (QCF) qualification is designed for individuals who wish to act as an emergency first aider in their workplace. Upon successful completion of this qualification, candidates will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergencies.

What’s more, as a regulated qualification, employers can book this course for their employees and rest assured that they have fulfilled their legal responsibilities for providing quality first aid training, without having to undertake any lengthy due diligence checks introduced in the recent HSE changes.

  • CPR
  • Recovery position
  • Choking
  • Seizures
  • Shock
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Minor injuries
  • Cuts, grazes and bruises
  • Minor burns and scalds

Paediatric First Aid – 2 day

Would you know what to do if a child in your care needed first aid?

Having the correct paediatric first aid provision is not only a statutory requirement for the majority of childcare providers, it is extremely important for the safety of children.

The QA Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (QCF) qualification is ideal for those who work or intend to work in a childcare setting as it has been specifically designed to fulfil Ofsted’s first aid requirements for early years teachers, nursery workers and childminders (as defined within the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2014 and within the Child Care Register guide).

Successful candidates will learn the roles and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider, and will be equipped with the necessary skills to administer safe and effective treatment when dealing with a range of paediatric first aid situations.

  • The roles & responsibilities of a paediatric first aider
  • Assessing an emergency situation
  • Dealing with an unresponsive infant or child
  • Recovery position
  • CPR
  • Choking
  • Head and spinal injuries
  • Fractures, dislocations and sprains O Anaphylaxis and allergic reactions
  • Meningitis
  • Asthma
  • Seizures
  • Diabetic emergencies
  • Poisoning
  • Burns and scalds
  • Electric shock
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Shock
  • Sickle cell crisis
  • Eye, ear and nose conditions
  • Bites and stings
  • Treatment for hot and cold temperatures
  • Minor injuries
  • Accident recording
Food Hygiene

EU and UK regulations state that all food handlers must receive appropriate training in food safety practices relevant to their duties. However, having a good understanding of food safety practices is not only a legal requirement, it is also essential in protecting the health of both consumers and food handlers.

The QA Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering (QCF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification for people working, or planning to work, in the food catering industry. The qualification is also ideal for those who come into contact with food handling areas due to the nature of their work, such as pest control officers and delivery personnel.

Successful candidates will gain a strong understanding of the importance of food safety, including correct food handling practices and measures to reduce the risk of contamination.

  • The importance of food safety
  • Food safety laws
  • Legal responsibilities of food handlers
  • Types of contamination
  • Bacteriology
    – Food poisoning
    – Foodborne illnesses
  • An introduction to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
  • Personal hygiene
  • Work flow, work surfaces and equipment
  • Cleaning and disinfection
  • Waste disposal
  • Pest control
  • Safe food handling practices including time and temperature controls
    – Preparation
    – Cooking & reheating
    – Chilling
    – Cooling
    – Freezing
    – Thawing
    – Hot holding
    – Displaying food
    – Core temperatures
    – Food preservation
    – Stock control procedures
Safeguarding / PREVENT duty

Updates and training are regularly arranged on the above areas and consider all current and planned legislation, such as new Acts that may be implemented in the future. This is so we can plan ahead and provide up to date assistance for all our clients.

The Training Trust’s contribution to PREVENT

The Training Trust has a responsibility to protect young people and vulnerable adults deemed to be at risk of any harm under the Safeguarding agenda. This is extended to all those who may be vulnerable to radicalisation.

The office for Security and Counter-Terrorism (OSCT), in the Home Office, works to counter the threat from terrorism. Their work is covered in the government’s counter-terrorism strategy CONTEST which is primarily organised around the following four key principles:

  • PURSUE: to stop terrorist attacks and acts of terrorism
  • PREVENT: to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism
  • PROTECT: to strengthen our protection against a terrorist attack or acts of terrorism
  • PREPARE: to mitigate the impact of a terrorist attack or acts of terrorism

The PREVENT principle has the following three national objectives:

  • Objective 1: to respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism and the threat we face from those who promote it
  • Objective 2: prevent people from being drawn into terrorism and ensure they are given appropriate advice and support
  • Objective 3: work with sectors and institutions where there are risks of radicalisation which we need to address
Inspecting & Testing

This training can be arranged on demand. Please contact us for more information.

Electrical Inspection & Testing (2391)