The City and Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installation 2365 Units 201-204 and 210 (PDF)

The City and Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installation 2365 Units 201-204 and 210 (PDF)
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About The Electrical Installation 2365 Level 2 Diploma book:

Publisher: City & Guilds;
Place of Publication: United Kingdom;
Pages: 484pages;
Size: 45mb;
Edition: 2014;
Language: English;
Authors: James L. Deans, Paul Harris, Andrew Hay-Ellis, Trevor Pickard, Peter Tanner


Content:

  • Acknowledgements
    About the authors
    How to use this textbook
    Unit 201 Health and safety in building services engineering
    Outcome 1 Know health and safety legislation
    Health and safety legislation
    Individuals' responsibilities under health and safety legislation
    Statutory and non-statutory health and safety materials
    Roles of the HSE in enforcing health and safety legislation
    Outcome 2 Know how to handle hazardous situations
    Common hazardous situations on site
    Safe systems at work
    Safety signs
    Symbols for hazardous substances
    Common hazardous substances
    Precautions to be taken with hazardous substances
    Asbestos encountered in the workplace 19
    What to do if the presence of asbestos is suspected
    Implications of being exposed to asbestos
    Personal protective equipment and its use
    procedures for manually handling heavy and bulky items
    What to do in an accident or emergency
    Procedures for handling injuries sustained on site
    Procedures for recording accidents and near misses at work
    Outcome 3 Know electrical safety requirements when working in the building services industry
    Common electrical dangers on site
    Electrical supply for tools and equipment
    Low voltage electrical supplies for tools and equipment
    How to conduct a visual inspection of portable electrical equipment
    What to do when portable electrical equipment fails visual inspection
    The Safe Isolation Procedure
    How to deal with electric shocks
    Outcome 4 Know the safety requirements for working with gases and heatproducing equipment
    Different types of gases used on site
    How to safely transport and store bottled gases and equipment
    How to conduct a visual inspection on heat-producing equipment
    How combustion takes place
    Dangers of working with heat-producing equipment
    Procedures on discovery of fires on site
    Different classifications of fires
    Outcome 5 Know the safety requirements for using access equipment in the building services industry
    Access equipment for different types of work
    Safety checks and safe erection methods for access equipment
    Outcome 6 Know the safety requirements for working safely in excavations and
    confined spaces in the building services industry
    Where it may be necessary to work in excavations
    How to prepare excavations for safe working
    Precautions to make excavations safe
    Areas where working in confined space may be a consideration
    Safety considerations when working in confined spaces
    Outcome 7 Be able to apply safe working practice
    Manual handling techniques
    How to manually handle loads using mechanical lifting aids
    The safe method of assembly of access equipment
    How to use access equipment safely
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Outcome knowledge check
    Unit 202 Principles of electric science
    Outcome 1 Know the principles of electricity
    Atomic theory
    Sources of electromotive force
    Effects of electric current
    SI units
    Transposing basic formulae
    Outcome 2 Know the principles of basic electrical circuits
    Resistance of a conductor
    Applying Ohm's law
    Power in basic electrical circuits
    Measuring electrical quantities in circuits
    Outcome 3 Know the principles of electromagnetism
    Outcome 4 Magnetic flux patterns of electromagnets
    Applying Fleming's right-hand rule
    Calculating magnitudes of a generated emf
    How alternators produce sinusoidal waveform outputs
    Calculating sinusoidal quantities
    Reason for a.c. distribution
    Know the principles of basic mechanics
    Calculating quantities of mechanical loads
    Calculating the efficiency of machines
    Calculating mechanical advantage of using levers
    Outcome 5 Know electrical quantities in star delta configurations
    Voltages and currents in star configured loads
    Voltages and currents in delta configured loads
    Balancing a single-phase load across a three-line supply
    Outcome 6 Know the operating principles of a range of electrical equipment
    The operating principle of electrical equipment
    Fleming's left-hand rule
    The operating principle of transformers
    Outcome 7 Know the principles of a.c. theory
    Effects of components in a.c. circuits
    Characteristics of power quantities for an a.c. circuit
    Why power factor correction is required
    How power factor correction may be achieved
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Outcome knowledge check
    Unit 203 Electrical installation technology
    Outcome 1 Know implications of electrical industry regulations
    Statutory regulations
    Non-statutory regulations
    Applying statutory regulations
    Breaches of non-statutory regulations
    Outcome 2 Know how to obtain technical information
    Sources of technical information
    Types of drawing
    Symbols used in drawings
    Understanding scale in drawings
    Outcome 3 Know wiring systems of electrical installations
    Different types of circuit 185
    Wiring systems for different environments
    Determining minimum current-carrying capacity
    Protective devices
    Specialized equipment for installing wiring systems
    Spacing factors of wiring enclosures
    Outcome 4 Know requirements of earthing systems
    Earthing systems
    Exposed conductive parts
    Extraneous conductive parts
    Automatic disconnection of supply (ADS)
    Components of an earth loop impedance path
    Outcome 5 Know how electricity is supplied
    Electricity generating methods
    Transmission voltages
    Distribution voltages and networks
    Outcome 6 Know requirements for different types of micro-renewable energies
    Types of micro-renewable energies and requirements for installing them
    Advantages and disadvantages of micro-renewable energies
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know and can do
    Assessment guidance
    Outcome knowledge check
    Unit 204 Installation of wiring system and enclosures
    Outcome 1 Know the tools used to install wiring systems
    Hand tools
    Basic safety
    Power tools
    Outcome 2 Know how to prepare for installing wiring systems
    Hazards and risk
    Working at height
    The risk assessment personal protective equipment (PPE)
    Outcome 3 Installation of wiring systems
    Materials
    Drawing scales
    Marking out
    Installing wiring systems
    Isolation procedure
    Outcome 4 Be able to bond mains services to main earthing terminal
    What needs bonding?
    Cable sizes
    Choice of bonding clamps
    Termination of bonding conductors
    Connection of bonding conductor to bonding clamp
    Testing of bonding conductors
    Outcome 5 Be able to inspect a 'dead' electrical installation
    Why carry out inspection and testing?
    Outcome 6 Be able to test a 'dead' electrical installation
    Abbreviations used in this section
    Testing an installation
    Testing continuity of protective conductors
    Testing of main protective bonding conductors
    Continuity of ring final circuit conductors
    Insulation resistance testing
    Polarity
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Knowledge check
    Unit 210 Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering
    Outcome 1 Know the members of the construction team and their roles within the building services industry 404
    The key roles of the site management team
    Key roles of individuals reporting to the site management team
    Key roles of site visitors
    Outcome 2 Know how to apply information sources in the building services industry
    Statutory legislation and guidance information for working in the industry
    Information used in the workplace
    Information given to customers
    Company working policies and procedures
    Outcome 3 Know how to communicate with others in the building services industry
    Communication methods in work situations
    Methods of communication for people with different needs
    Actions to take to deal with conflicts
    The effects of poor communication
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Outcome knowledge check
    Glossary
    Answers to activities and knowledge checks
    Unit 201 Health and safety in building services engineering
    Unit 202 Principles of electrical science
    Unit 203 Electrical installations technology
    Unit 204 Installation of wiring systems and enclosures
    Unit 210 Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering
    Index

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Miles
Miles
08/06/2021
Super edition! What I was looking for. Thank you so much!
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