Elex helps keep electricians up-to-date with the latest technical updates and new rules and regulations, including the 18th Edition. Each show has an extensive seminar schedule, packed with practical information and guidance. All the sessions are presented by leading industry experts and explore key issues facing electricians today. There’s no need to pre-book, just pre-register to attend the show.
The free technical seminars are accredited for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The IET are proud to be the headline sponsor of ElexShow again in 2022
THE IET THEATRE
10.30–11.00 | BS 7671 AMENDMENT 2 OVERVIEW
The Wiring Regulations have been significantly updated for 2022; join this seminar to hear about the significant changes and learn what you need to know to stay safe and compliant. BS 7671:2018+A2:2022 topics will include, Requirements for AFDD’s, RCDs & Risk Assessments, A new method for determining the requirement to provide over-voltage protection SPDs, Labelling and Testing and certification.
Presented by NAPIT JPEL 64 experts, with support from a panel of manufacturing experts
11.40–12.10 | IET INDUSTRY FORUM
The IET hosts the industry forum to debate the hottest topics in the industry today with an expert panel from the IET, ECA, and NAPIT. Forum 1 – Inspection & Testing – changes in BS 7671:2018+A2:2022 – Focussing on Neutral Current Diversion (NCD) and changes to Model Forms for certification and reporting in BS 7671:2018+A2:2022.
Presented by IET
12.15-12.45 | MAINTAINING LIGHTING LEVELS
Jake and Tim will be discussing the need to maintain lighting levels should there be a power failure and how as a contractor, you can best comply with BS5266 and the associated standards.
Presented by OVIA
12.50–13.20 | HOW TO CODE THE OBSERVATIONS FOUND DURING EICR’S
This interactive debate and lively discussion has been updated for 2022 to align with BS 7671:2018+A2:2022. Using real-world examples, come along to find out how to deal with the problems encountered when coding observations found while carrying out EICRs.
Presented by NAPIT
13.25–13.55 | IET INDUSTRY FORUM
The IET hosts the industry forum to debate the hottest topics in the industry today with an expert panel from the IET, ECA, and NAPIT. Forum 2 – Consumer Units – changes in BS 7671:2018+A2:2022 Loading, incorporation of switchgear, AFDDs and RCDs and changes in BS 7671:2018+A2:2022.
Presented by IET
14.00–14.30 | TECHNOLOGY TO PROMOTE RESIDENT SAFETY AND PROVIDE SAFER HOMES
With technological advancements progressing the connected home, we examine how this translates to resident safety, the benefits it can bring to proactive management of housing stock and how this facilitates a solution-focused approach. We also examine another dimension to resident safety through monitoring home health data and see how smarter, healthier homes lead to safer communities.
Presented by Aico
14.35–15.05 | SURGE PROTECTION BASICS
Explore the basics of surge protection, along with current regulations and amendments expected within the 2nd amendment of the 18th Edition
Presented by Surge Protection Devices
THE IET LEARNING LOUNGE
10.30–11.00 | WHEN TO REFERENCE PART 7 OF BS7671
Special locations are a big part of the requirements that often do not get referenced by contractors. Jake and Tim will be discussing when to use Part 7 – Special locations of the regulations within specific installations.
Presented by Click
11.10–11.40 | FOCUS ON AFDDS
AFDDs were introduced as a recommendation with the publication of the 18th edition Amendment 2 mandates their use for certain circuits with specific building types. This seminar looks at the practical implications of designing, installing, testing, certification and fault diagnostics using these devices
Presented by Hager with support from NAPIT JPEL 64 experts
11.50–12.20 | SMART BUILDINGS; DESIGNING FOR A RENEWABLE/DC CIRCUIT BUILT ENVIRONMENT
The built environment is still designed around a traditional Alternating Current (AC) grid. But sources and reservoirs of DC electricity like PV and batteries are proliferating rapidly. How can we design and install infrastructure now that will be fit for purpose when we cut out AC?
Presented by the IET
12.40-13.10 | “THE WITHDRAWAL OF BS 7671:2018+A1:2020
This is of major importance to electrical installers as, on 27th September 2022, BS 7671:2018+A1:2020 will be withdrawn. This is the first time any version of BS 7671 will have been withdrawn. The presentation will explain what the implications are from contractual and legal points of view and will provide an overview of the technical aspects of BS 7671 that will, effectively, change overnight.
Presented by the IET
14.15-14.45 | THE IMPORTANCE OF LOAD CONTROL WHEN INSTALLING EVSE
This seminar provides information on how to do it along with design considerations.
Presented by Garo
All sessions are accredited for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
To help you record and update your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) personal record, all sessions at the seminar area are now CPD accredited.
All you have to do is scan a QR code at the seminar to get your free CPD certificate of attendance.