Basic Electrical Installation Work 2365 Edition
Routledge – 2013 – 384 pages
Everything needed to pass the first part of the City & Guilds 2365 Diploma in Electrical Installations
Aligned with the 17th edition IET Wiring Regulations Amendments, this new edition has been fully updated to cover the City & Guilds 2365-02 course. Written in an accessible style with a chapter dedicated to each unit of the syllabus, this book helps you to master each topic before moving on to the next.
End of chapter revision questions enable learners to check their understanding and consolidate key concepts learnt in each chapter. With a brand new website containing videos, animations worksheets and lesson plans this resource will be invaluable to both students and lecturers alike.
‘This book includes everything candidates need to achieve the course.’ Mahmut Aydinlik, Bedford College
'A highly visual book that will keep the student engaged in class. It is written at a level that will allow students to carry out self study.’ Mario Szkwarczuk, Bradford College
‘An excellent book, very informative and easy to read.’ Neil McManus, Leicester College
‘Easy to read - follows the course perfectly.’ Wayne Bailey, Carlisle College
‘A tried and tested format, linked to learning outcomes. The book includes numerous graphics and examples and useful on-line support materials.' Anthony Freethy, Cornwall College
‘The book is very much in line with the course content. It is clear, easy to understand and has a nice amount of visual content for learners.’ Dan Ho, Bedford College
‘The book is ideal for learners, it is set out in unit order and supports candidates through the assignments required to achieve 2365. Tutors reference the page numbers within our presentation materials so that students can access additional reading outside of the classroom.’ Tony Emeny, Leeds College of Building
‘I like the book and support material. It is an easy book for students to use for reference purposes as well as classroom based tasks. The book has extremely good graphics and information with good links to appropriate information. Students have been able to create some effective resources of their own from the content within the book and use of question and answer link.’ Tony Marsh, Mid Kent College
‘Good clear diagrams and explanations. The book is laid out in clear sections for student revision purposes.’ Darran Knott, Lowestoft College
‘We will solely be using this book. An excellent learning resource, well compiled in clear English.’ Paul Jessop, College of West Anglia
‘Easy to follow as chapters are linked to individual units and content covers the range of the syllabus.’ Lyndon Elms, Coleg y Cymoedd
Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1. Health and safety in building services engineering Chapter 2. Principles of electrical science Chapter 3. Electrical installations technology Chapter 4. Installation of wiring systems and enclosures Chapter 5. Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering Preparing for assessment Answers to check your understanding Appendix A. Abbreviations, symbols and codes Appendix B. Health and Safety Executive (HSE) publications and information Glossary of terms Index.
Trevor Linsley was formerly a Senior Lecturer at Blackpool and the Fylde College and Head of the NVQ Assessment Centre. Over the last twenty years his books have helped thousands of students to pass their electrical qualifications.
Basic and Advanced Electrical Installation Work by Trevor Linsley closely follow the contents of the City and Guilds 2365 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings and Services ). Each chapter of the books is dedicated to one unit in the City and Guilds Diploma. However, some trainee students will follow the EAL Diploma in Electrotechnical Services, so in the attached tables we have supplied two mapping charts that may be of use – feel free to circulate them as you wish.
The first table in the attached document identifies where the EAL Diploma learning outcomes can be found in the Basic and Advanced Books. The second table maps the EAL qualification to the City & Guilds 2365 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings and Services)
Both Diplomas have similar learning outcomes and both awards lead to qualified electrician status.