Duration: 1 day online
The course is aimed at those who wish to demonstrate their competence in the signing of Emergency Lighting Design Certificates or for Electrical Contractors who wish to Design, Install and Commission their own smaller installations. It focuses on content that is not relevant to Commissioners and relevant to Designers only.
Who should attend
Those who have already completed the Emergency Lighting Commissioning Award 6S0953 can progress to the Design award with one day’s training and the completion of a Design project. For those who only wish to do Design, we offer this by special arrangement over 4 Days.
Why should I attend
You should attend because qualification means that you have demonstrated your knowledge, skills and competence in system design and can sign declarations of compliance that can be trusted commercially and by the regulatory authorities. Maybe you already commission systems but want to add design to your skillset.
It is assumed here that learners have already completed the fundamentals module as part of the commissioning award. At the end of this training participants will be able to:
- Use design tools to determine photometric performance: spacing tables, manual calculations, design software.
- Assess the need for emergency lighting in particular locations by using risk criteria.
The Design Award is achieved by passing the Fundamentals module (as part of Commissioners Award) and the Design module. The Design module is assessed by submission of a project completed within 6 weeks of the course delivery.
- The Pass mark for this Life Safety system is 70%.
QQI Level 6 Special Purpose Award in Emergency Lighting Design 6S0955
When we recieve your booking request we will call you to go through an enrolment checklist with you to ensure that you meet all entry requirements for the course you have selected.
Competence in written and spoken English is essential. International students whose first language is not English are required to have an appropriate score in an approved examination in English language (such as IELTS or Duolingo) before they can register on a course. Further details on this are in the Learner Handbook.
If learners are completing part, or all, of the course online they should have good computer literacy skills. This includes use of email, microsoft word, internet searches Blended or self-directed learning also requires learners to have good self motivation and time management skills. Again, further details and tips can be found in the Learner Handbook.
You will be required to have a laptop or desktop computer.
Eligibility: CitA Skillnet Training Network is open to Private Companies and Sole Traders in the Construction Sector and registered in the Republic of Ireland.
For training dates and details please see our Course Schedule