In-person course

Basic electrical part 2 - practical

Basic electrical part 2 - practical
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Description

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Social distancing
Those attending class will be asked to bring their own masks and gloves please.
Benches and tools will be wiped before use.


Building on the theory from part 1 of this course, you will learn a lot more practical skills:
Soldering
Test equipment
Fault finding techniques
Tracing Cable
Dealing with armoured cable
Termination methods
Testing circuits
Minimum of 2 bookings for this course to run.

Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.

What's included in the price?

Those attending class will be asked to bring their own masks and gloves please.

Tea and coffee are available throughout the day. There is no lunch provided so bring your own or there is a local shop 1 min drive away.
Local train station is approx 10 mins walk and parking is available at the workshop.

Contact

Kirsty Duffey at Great British Woodshop
Cherry Lodge, Oakcroft Rd
Oakcroft Rd
West Byfleet
Surrey
KT14 6JH

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Engagement, birthdays & anniversaries
  • Hen dos
  • Parking provided
  • Public transport
  • Seniors
  • Stag dos
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Teenagers
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Reviews

In-person course
- - #29869

From the moment I arrived, David made the course practical and meaningful. I had some prior knowledge (from 20 years ago!), which David picked up on and pitched the course at the right level. Having covered the theory in Part 1, we looked at more practical scenarios in Part 2.

It won't make you an Electrician in a day (no surprise there), but it will help you to understand the subject. Safety is talked about a lot (thankfully), and this gives you the confidence to know what you should and should not be doing! It will also give you the practical know-how to perform some fault finding in your own home. I'd recommend this course to anyone who wants to take the next step in understanding Electrics in their own home.

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