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Course DescriptionThe AM2E is a 2.5 day assessment for experienced workers who are completing the Experienced Worker Assessment. Please Note: Costs for AM2 assessments will increase annually.
Successful completion of the AM2E helps to demonstrate that candidates have reached a level of competence in the following key occupational areas:
- Risk assessments and health and safety
- Safe isolation
- The interpretation of specifications, drawings and diagrams
- Planning and preparing to install, terminate and connect identified wiring systems
- Installing, terminating and connecting identified wiring systems
- Inspection, testing and certification
- Fault diagnosis and correction of electrical faults
- The understanding and application of industry recognised procedures, working practices and the requirements of statutory and non-statutory regulations.
During the main installation you will be expected to install, terminate, connect, inspect, test and commission:
- A three-phase distribution board and sub-circuit
- A three-phase Direct-on-Line Motor circuit
- Single phase lighting and power circuits
- A central heating/sustainable energy system
- A safety services circuit and device
- A data-cabling system
Section A1 – Safe Working Practices (45 mins)
Section A2 – Lighting Circuit and Ring Final Circuit (2 hours 15 mins)
Section A3 – SWA and Motor Circuit (2 hours 15 mins)
Section A4 – Central Heating (2 hours)
Section A5 – Bonding, Data and Safety Circuit FP200 (2 hours)
Section A6 - Containment (1.5 hours)
Section B – Inspection and Testing (3.5 hours)
Section C – Fault Diagnosis Safe Isolation (30 mins)
Section D – Fault Diagnosis, Location and Rectification (2 hours)
Section E – Online Multiple Choice Examination (1 hour)
Frequently Asked Questions
Jon joined Midlands Electricity Board as an apprentice electrician. Working as an electrician for many years, he specialised in the security industry, installing CCTV, door entry systems, intruder, and fire alarms. Jon's final years at the MEB were as a Project Engineer.
In 2003, Jon took the opportunity to join a training provider to work as a Training Advisor/Assessor supporting apprentice electricians. Jon has worked in the training industry since that time.