PAT TESTER

CALIBRATION

3-DAY TURNAROUND

IS IT TIME TO CALIBRATE YOUR TESTER?

PAT TESTER CALIBRATION SERVICE

Why Calibrate?

Well, the simple reason calibration is so important is because without it a PAT tester can drift from the manufacturer’s specifications.

This essentially means that the basis for passing and failing may change over time. This then leads to false test readings, which in itself can be a dangerous consequence.

Step 1 - BOOK IT ONLINE

 Learn the necessary skills and knowledge to PAT test in just one day. This course is aimed at non electricians.

Step 2 - WE COLLECT IT

Good value for money, only £545 for our onsite training and this Includes 5 candidates.

Step 3 - WE CALIBRATE IT

 Our course follows the IET Code of practice for inservice inspection and testing of electrical equipment.

Step 4 - WE SEND IT BACK

We do not charge travel costs for courses in England and Wales, charges may apply elsewhere.

We also sell, calibrate and repair all types of PAT testing machines.

Book Your PAT Tester Calibration Now

Having spent the last three decades as a lecturer in electrical engineering at Manchester University, I’ve heard a very large number of presentations and been on a lot of short courses. How did yours compare? Well I I think it was very good, well structured, easy to follow and very informative. Definitely in the top class!

R WATERFALL

IEE

Having over the years attended several training courses I would have to say that Ian’s was one of the best run courses for keeping and maintaining attendees interest. He has mastered the art of keeping people interested, I would if asked recommend your training, marks out of ten, Ten!

B CLOHERTY

Streetwise UK

Having spent the last three decades as a lecturer in electrical engineering at Manchester University, I’ve heard a very large number of presentations and been on a lot of short courses. How did yours compare? Well I I think it was very good, well structured, easy to follow and very informative. Definitely in the top class!

R WATERFALL

IEE

Having spent the last three decades as a lecturer in electrical engineering at Manchester University, I’ve heard a very large number of presentations and been on a lot of short courses. How did yours compare? Well I I think it was very good, well structured, easy to follow and very informative. Definitely in the top class!

R WATERFALL

IEE

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