|PAT testing course with Didac achieves a Didac Ltd qualification.|
|Which accreditation is right for you?||Didac|
|Training is available to|
|All Experience Levels||✓|
|Duration, Learners and Assessment|
|Training Duration||1 Day|
|Learners||4 Maximum||4 Maximum|
|Training Manual and User Guidance||✓|
|Certificate and Registration|
|Photo ID Card (750gsm)||✗|
|Registration Fee (Per Learner)||Free|
|HSE Regulation Compliance|
|PUWER 1998 Read more||✓|
|Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 Read more||✓|
|The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Read more||✓|
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PRICE AND TRAINING DATES
PAT Testing course prices and availability are dependent upon location as training is delivered on clients' premises.
To receive a quotation, complete the Get-A-Quote form including a postcode. Our sales staff will contact you with full details; we aim to respond within 60 minutes during office hours.
0800 773 4230
- Rules and Regulations
- Basic Electricity Principles
- Earthed/Double Insulated Equipment
- Testing Periods
- General Test Procedures
- Formal Visual Inspections
- Combined Inspection and Testing
- Recording and Documentation Procedures
- Incorporate your company’s risk assessments
- Soft copies of all course paperwork are available to employers on completion of training
- Successful candidates receive a temporary pass notification form on the day as evidence of training
Didac supply a PAT kit for training but clients can receive guidance on operating their own equipment should they have it available.
|Makes & Models.||Makes & Models.|
Portable Appliance Testing training enables candidates to test and certify appliances as electrically safe as required by The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
PAT Testing training course participants will learn portable appliance testing for 230v and 110v equipment. PAT training explores features of the kit, equipment that should be subject to testing, electrical principles and regulations that must be adhered to when undertaking PAT testing on both public and private sites. Knowledge of frequency and intervals between PAT testing of equipment, correct labelling and basic calibration techniques will be gained through PAT training courses.
Following PAT qualification, candidates can go on to sell their services as a PAT tester. This should be subject to adequate insurance.
Our trainer assessors are able to offer advice on suitable PAT testing equipment for clients who wish to purchase their own. It is advisable for a company’s own testing equipment to be incorporated into the practical aspect of the PAT course.
On-site PAT Testing training, UK wide
Didac deliver on-site PAT Testing courses and other plant courses to any location across the UK.
Some recent on-site training locations include:
Didac will always consider work overseas.
Contact us about our overseas work policy.
Frequently asked questions
The HSE website contains a comprehensive FAQ on Portable Appliance Testing found here.
- Do I receive a PAT licence when I complete this training?
There is no such thing as a license for Portable Appliance Testing in the UK.
The term ‘licence’ suggests a document issued from a governmental or other constituted authority to undertake Portable Appliance Testing. No such authority exists; there are only accrediting bodies and training providers who operate independently of the HSE or any other government organisation.
Successful candidates do receive a PAT certificate, sometimes referred to as a PAT ticket; this provides evidence that the candidate has completed training and is certified to use the equipment as outlined on the PAT certification.