Advanced Assessment of Competence (AAC) - Electrotechnical


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The Advanced Assessment of Competence (AAC) for the Electrotechnical Industry provides a mechanism by which qualified Electricians can achieve Approved Electrician status and the corresponding JIB grading.

The AAC Assessment is an independent assessment of competence delivered in our first class NET licensed assessment centre.

The assessment takes place over 1 day (7 Hours).  For further information please contact Janet Hilton on 0151 252 4710 or Gary Young on 0151 252 4893.

Competencies to be assessed:

- Risk Assessment

- Safe Working Practices

- Initial Verification Requirements of BS 7671

- Periodic Inspection and Testing

- Completion of BS 7671 Documentation to include,

- Electrical Installation Certificate

- Electrical Installation Condition Report

- Schedule of Inspections

- Schedule of Test Results

- Fault Diagnosis & Recommend Appropriate Rectification

- Assessment of Underpinning Knowledge to include

- Health & Safety

- All sections of BS 7671:2008 including Amendment No 3 (2015)

- Building Regulations for England. (Separately Wales and Northern Ireland)

- JIB Working Rules

- Supervision of Electrical Operatives


Structure of the Assessment:-

The Assessment has 5 Sections:

A. Risk Assessment and Safe Working Practice.

B. Initial Testing and Verification.

C. Periodic Inspection and Testing.

D1. Assessment of Supervision of Electrical Operatives in the work place.

D2. Assessment of Underpinning Knowledge.


All assessments are ‘Open Book’ examinations. Candidates will have access to the following documents:

- BS 7671: 2008 Requirements for Electrical Installations. Incorporating Amendment 3: 2015

- IET On Site Guide to BS 7671

- IET Guidance Note 3: Inspection and Testing

- Electrical Test Equipment for use by Electricians (GS38)

- Guide to the Building Regulations

- Memorandum on the Electricity at work Regulations 1989 (HSR25)

- Electricity at Work Safe Working Practices (HSG 85)

- JIB Handbook section 2 (National Working Rules).


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