Electrical Exams - About the 2394 and 2395

The C&G2394 exam forms part of what was previously known as the 2391.  The qualification has been split into two routes, the initial verification and the periodic inspection route with the 2394 focussing on the former.  For the first time, this level 3 award involves a 40 question multiple choice exam alongside the written exam and practical assessment.  The qualification is designed for those who have little or no experience with the testing of electrical installations, or perhaps have been out of practise for some time and wanted to get their skills updated.  It covers all the fundamentals of initial verification and certification including the correct completion of all the relevant schedules.  Getting the qualification will also help towards the JIB grade of approved electrician if you are a JIB registered electrician.

The C&G2395 exam forms part of what was previously known as the 2391.  The qualification has been split into two routes, the initial verification and the periodic inspection route with the 2395 focussing on the latter.  For the first time, this level 3 award involves a 40 question multiple choice exam alongside the written exam and practical assessment. Unlike the 2394, this qualification is certainly aimed at the more experienced inspector, focusing on the inspection of current installations and the completion of the Electrical Installation Condition Report.  Unless you have considerable testing experience, it is wise to consider completing the 2394 first and gaining some experience first hand to ensure you pass this qualification.


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