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SynopsisBasic Electrical Installation Work has helped thousands of students to gain their first qualification in electrical installation. Now in its fourth edition, this book has been completely restructured to provide a specific match to the requirements of the Installation route of the 2330 Level 2 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology from City & Guilds, and will also prove an essential purchase for students of the Level 2 NVQ in Installing Electrotechnical Systems (2356).With a concise and practical approach, Trevor Linsley presents a complete resource for the 2330 Certificate, covering the three core units of the scheme, along with the Occupational Unit 4 - Installation (Buildings & Structures). An additional chapter Lighting - a key area of electrical installation work - is also included for reference.This highly illustrated text features worked examples and exercises with answers to create an easily accessible student book, ideal for self-directed study. The content has been brought fully in line with the 2004 version of the IEE Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2001 (incorporating Amendments 1:2002 & 2:2004), and features new sections on Health & Safety, Employment Rights and Responsibilities, Personal Protective Equipment, and Safety Regulations, reflecting the emphasis of the 2330 Certificate in these particular areas.Formerly Senior Lecturer at Blackpool & Fylde College, as well as Head of the NVQ Assessment Centre, Trevor Linsley is a best-selling author in electrical installation.
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