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NAPIT launches new PIR course for electricians

NAPIT has reported that 40% of calls dealt with by its technical support line are related to Periodic Inspections. The requirement for Periodic Inspection Reports (PIR’s) have continued to develop, with their introduction into Home Information Packs (HIP’s), which require the owners of homes for sale in the UK to declare when the property was last electrically tested. Let properties also require a PIR.

NAPIT launches new PIR course for electricians

Apparently, the most common questions being asked by electricians are … ‘How to code a defect? Which defects have to be rectified in order to provide a satisfactory report? And ‘which defects have to be immediately rectified to enable the continued safe operation of the services?’

To help fully answer these questions NAPIT will be launching a new Periodic Inspection Reporting course in January 2010. The 3-day course will assist Qualified Electricians in correctly identifying faults and will define how they should code their departures. On completion of the course, which is followed by a practical assessment, candidates will be awarded with a ‘Certificate of Competence’.

To register your interest or for further information on the new NAPIT Periodic Inspection Reporting Course call: 0870 444 1392

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