This introductory guide to electrical installation work provides all the key concepts and practical know-how you need to pass your course, minus the difficult maths and complicated theory.
Written in a clear, readable style and with a highly visual layout, this book will quickly provide you with the all-important knowledge you need to understand electrical installation work. End of chapter revision questions will help you to check your progress, and online animations and video demonstrations will help you get to grips with relevant theory and practice. Designed to match the 17th edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations and the new City & Guilds 2365 and 2357 Diplomas in Electrotechnical Technology, this book covers everything you need to get started on your path towards a career in electrical installation or related trades.
Table of Contents Preface. 1 Working effectively and safely in an electrical environment. 2 Basic principles of electrotechnology. 3 Health and safety application and electrical principles. 4 Installation (Building and structures). 5 Environmental technology systems. Solutions to assessment questions. Appendix A: Environmental organisations. Index.
Trevor Linsley was formerly a Senior Lecturer at Blackpool and The Fylde College and Head of the NVQ Assessment Centre.
Introduction to Electrical Installation Work
- Edition : 3rd. Published August 04, 2011 by Routledge
- Extent 244 pages
- Author Trevor Linsley
- ISBN 9780080969404