PAT Testing Expert Ltd are industry leaders, specialising in common-sense and practical advice and information in the field of Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) Testing! Attend our practical training course in Glasgow and learn how to test your own equipment, or offer a PAT Testing service for other people.
Glasgow PAT testing training courses from PAT Testing Expert. Our courses are not lectures, but interactive training events with a combination of theory and practical. We provide access to a range of industry standard PAT Testers, so you can learn on a standard machine. We also have information about all of the PAT Testers on the market, so can point you in the right direction!
We cover testing of all portable appliances, including IT equipment, industrial equipment including 3 phase, power tools including 230V and 110V as well as domestic and commercial equipment. If it's got a plug on, it needs testing. If it needs testing, we'll show you how to do it!
We usually run several courses each year at Glasgow, so there is probably one coming up soon! Check out the dates page to find out more.
Our Scotland PAT Testing courses for 2014 are held at the Hilton Hotel, William Street in Glasgow. The venue is easy to access from the main railway or bus stations in Glasgow, and there is also parking (chargable) at the hotel.
Next Glasgow Course
Glasgow Hilton Hotel
William Street, Glasgow G3 8HT
16th September, 2014 Book now!
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"Excellent Course - Tim is a great trainer, and I learned FAR more than I expected to"
Bob Henderson, Brighton, Feb 2013
|09:45 - 10:00||Introduction, Welcome and Objectives|
|10:00 - 11:00||Background - The legal requirements - what exactly does the law require? What should be tested, and how often? Who is responsible for the testing, and who will be blamed if there is an accident?|
|11:00 - 11:15||BREAK|
|11:15 - 12:30||Electrical Appliances - What types of equipment do we have to test? Class 1 and Class 2 appliances. How to carry out a simple examination. Checking plugs, cables and fuses|
|12:30 - 1:30||LUNCH - lunch and refreshments are provided, and included in the course fee!|
|1:30 - 2:45||Examination, Inspection and Testing. Demonstration and hands-on practical work - testing a variety of different appliances. Important notes of safety. Avoiding damage to equipment under test|
|2:45 - 3:00||BREAK|
|3:00 - 4:00||Examination, Inspection and Testing. More practicals and demonstrations, including testing ICT equipment|
|4:00 - 4:30||Conclusion and Final Discussion|
Further Information About The Course
Learn from the Experts! Our trainer, TIM JAMES has been teaching people to carry out PAT Testing since 1993, and has been involved in the business for much longer - he's widely regarded as one of the UK's leading experts in the field. Our course is not a lecture, but a practical based training workshop, designed for the REAL WORLD. Learn what you need to, in a relaxed and comfortable environment, then put it in to practice straight away with a series of practical exercises. There is no exam on our course, but a closely supervised practical session to ensure everyone benefits from the training, and everybody learns the required skills.
BOOK ONLINE TODAY and pay just £195.00 + VAT per person. Our normal price is £245.00 + VAT per person, but online bookings will automatically receive a £50.00 per person pre-payment discount. You can also claim the pre-payment discount by sending a cheque with the booking form. We can invoice you after the course (subject to status) at the normal price.
If you have more than 3 or 4 people to train, you may find it cheaper to organise an on-site PAT Testing course (at your premises) or we can arrange a special date for you at this hotel, or another nearby. Contact us for more information.
Our PAT Testing Course in Glasgow is held at the luxurious Hilton Glasgow hotel - a venue with comfortable and spacious training rooms and plenty of space to relax. When we run PAT Testing courses, we always run with small groups and informal presentations (usually less than 12 people on each course) to make sure that everybody has a chance to learn.