The City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installation 2365 Building and Structure Units 201, 301-305 and 308 (PDF)

The City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installation 2365 Building and Structure Units 201, 301-305 and 308 (PDF)
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Publisher: City and Guilds;
Place of Publication: United Kingdom;
Pages: 672 pages;
Size: 49 MB;
First Edition: 2014;
Language: English;
Authors: Howard Carey, Paul Cook, 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
    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
    Reduced 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 heat producing 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 301 Understand the fundamental principles and requirements of environmental technology system
    How this unit is organized
    Outcome 3 Know the fundamental regulatory requirements relating to micro renewable
    energy and water conservation technologies
    Planning and permitted development
    Building regulations
    Differences in building regulations across the UK
    Outcomes 1 to 4 Heat-producing micro-renewable energy technologies
    Solar thermal (hot-water) systems
    Heat pumps
    Ground source heat pumps
    Air source heat pumps
    Biomass
    Outcomes 1 to 4 Electricity-producing micro-renewable energy technologies
    Solar photovoltaic (PV)
    Micro-wind
    Micro-hydro-electric
    Outcomes 1 to 4 Co-generation energy technologies
    Co-generation technologies - micro-combined heat and power (heat-led)
    Outcomes 1 to 4 Water conservation technologies
    Rainwater harvesting
    Grey water re-use
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Outcome knowledge check
    Unit 302 Principles of electrical science
    Outcome 1 Understand the principles of a.c. theory
    Introduction
    The effects of components in a.c. circuits
    Calculate quantities in a.c. circuits
    Power factor
    The relationship of power quantities in circuits
    Power factor correction
    Outcome 2 Understand the principles of lighting systems
    Laws of illumination and illumination quantities
    Operation of luminaries
    Application of luminaries
    Operation of luminaries
    Outcome 3 Understand electrical quantities in star delta configurations
    Voltage and current in star-configured systems
    Voltage and current in delta-configured systems
    Neutral current in three-phase and neutral supplies
    Outcome 4 Understand the principles of electrical machines
    How d.c. machines operate
    Applications of d.c. machines
    How three-phase a.c. machines operate
    Applications of three-phase a.c. machines
    How single-phase a.c. machines operate
    Applications of single-phase a.c. machines
    How motor starters operate
    Outcome 5
    How electrical components operate
    Application of electrical components in electrical systems
    Protective devices
    Application of protective devices
    Understand the principles of electrical devices
    Outcome 6 Understand the principles of electrical heating systems
    How electrical space-heating systems work
    How electrical water-heating systems work
    How to control heating systems
    Outcome 7 Understand the principles of electronic components in electrical systems
    How electronic components work
    The function of electronic components in electrical systems
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know and can do
    Assessment guidance
    Knowledge check
    Unit 305 Electrical system design
    Outcome 1 Understand how to interpret design information
    Electrical systems
    Accessibility and suitability of systems
    Sustainable design
    Electrical installation design
    Special installations or locations
    Estimating from design plans
    Costing
    Estimating for an installation
    Contracts
    Explain implications for tender content
    Outcome 2 Understand principles for designing electrical systems
    Regulatory requirements
    Assessment of general characteristics
    Estimating maximum demand
    Selecting and erecting a wiring system
    Cable selection (for current-carrying capacity)
    Shock protection
    Coordination of protective devices
    Verify breaking capacities of protective devices
    Selection of protective conductors
    Isolation and switching
    Outcome 3 Understand procedures for connecting complex electrical systems
    Connection of supply
    Electrical connections
    Outcome 4 Understand how to plan work schedules for electrical systems installation
    Other trades
    Programmes of work
    Overcoming difficulties when supervising installations
    Handover
    Work schedules
    Assessment checklist
    what you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Knowledge check
    Unit 304 Electrical installation: inspection, testing and commissioning
    Outcomes 1, 3, 5, 6
    Know requirements for commissioning of electrical systems
    Understand procedures for completing the testing of electrical systems
    Be able to inspect electrical wiring systems
    Be able to test safety of electrical systems
    Health and safety legal requirements
    The correct procedure for safe isolation
    Safe isolation and implications
    Isolation risks and implications
    Risk assessments, safe working procedures and equipment
    Outcome 1 Know requirements for commissioning of electrical systems
    Why you need to inspect and test electrical installations
    Statutory and non-statutory documentation, and requirements
    Information required to carry out initial verification of an electrical installation
    Outcomes 2, 5
    Understand procedures for the inspection of electrical systems
    Be able to inspect electrical wiring systems
    Human senses and inspection
    Inspection items explained
    Inspection process for initial verification
    Inspection requirements
    Outcomes 3, 6 Understand procedures for completing the testing of electrical systems
    Be able to test safety of electrical systems
    Appropriate tests and sequence for electrical installations
    Identifying the correct instrument for tests
    Safe and correct use of instruments
    Why test results need to comply with standards
    Testing in the exact order specified
    Continuity testing
    Theory related to insulation resistance testing
    The importance of verifying polarity
    Methods of determining earth fault loop paths
    Earth electrode resistance testing
    Automatic disconnection of supply
    Prospective fault current (Ipf)
    Operation and functional testing of residual current devices (RCDs)
    phase sequence testing
    The need for functional testing
    Voltage drop theory and calculation
    Appropriate procedures for dealing with customers and clients
    Outcomes 4, 6 Understand requirements for documenting installing electrical systems
    Be able to test safety of electrical systems
    Documentation and certification for initial verification
    Information contained within documentation and certification
    The certification process for a completed installation
    Procedures and requirements for documents and certification
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Knowledge check
    Unit 303 Electrical installation: fault diagnosis and rectification
    Outcome 1 Understand how electrical fault diagnosis is reported
    Procedures for recording information on electrical fault diagnosis
    Using fault codes
    Actions to be taken in response to danger codes
    Outcome 2 Understand how electrical faults are diagnosed
    Safe working procedures for fault diagnosis
    Hazards of fault diagnosis
    Stages of fault diagnosis
    Use of instruments for fault diagnosis
    Causes of electrical faults
    Where are electrical faults found?
    Diagnosing faults by testing
    What to do next?
    Implications of fault diagnosis
    Outcome 3 Understand process for fault rectification
    Safe working procedures for fault rectification
    Hazards of fault rectification
    The process of fault rectification
    Factors that affect fault rectification
    Outcome 4 Be able to diagnose faults on electrical systems
    A safe system of work for fault diagnosis
    A logical approach for locating electrical faults
    Using testing instruments for fault diagnosis
    Interpret testing data
    How to document fault diagnosis
    Assessment checklist
    what you now knowlcan do
    Assessment guidance
    Knowledge check
    Unit 308 Career awareness in building services engineering
    Outcome 1 Understand how to plan for careers in building services engineering
    Resources for career planning
    Elements of career planning
    Documents to support career development
    principles of goal setting
    How to set goals
    Roles in building services engineering
    Opportunities for progression
    Outcome 2 Understand the requirements to become a qualified operative in building services engineering
    Requirements for becoming a qualified operative
    Areas that run competent person schemes
    Competent person schemes
    Requirements for renewing CPS membership
    Advantages of CPS membership
    Assessment checklist
    What you now know/can do
    Assessment guidance
    Knowledge check
    Appendices
    Appendix 1: Small industrial unit floor plan (for use with Unit 304)
    Appendix 2: Distribution and wiring information (for use with Unit 304)
    Glossary
    Answers to activities and knowledge checks
    Unit 201 Health and safety in building services engineering
    Unit 301 Understand the fundamental principles and requirements of environmental technology systems
    Unit 302 Principles of electrical science
    Unit 305 Electrical systems design
    Unit 304 Electrical installations: inspection, testing and commissioning
    Unit 303 Electrical installations: fault diagnosis and rectification
    Unit 308 Career awareness in building services engineering
    Index

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