Modules: how to order

To order your Modules you'll need two forms and both are available to download on this page: the Manager Payment and Order Form and the Learner Application Form.

Both forms are available on this page, and both are digitally fillable. Just download, save on your computer and fill in.

If you have any questions please call the EDA on 020 3141 7350 or use the online form linked below.

Ordering is easy

For each order you’ll need two forms and the more Modules you order the better the price:

  • 1 Module = £150
  • 2 – 4 Modules = £145 per Module
  • 5+ Modules = £130 per Module

Three payment options

Option 1: if you have an existing IET Credit Account
Order using your existing IET credit account. If you use this option, please supply a copy of your Purchase Order (PO) with your order.

Option 2: if you’d like to set up an IET Credit Account
Set up a new IET credit account. To open a new IET Credit Account simply download the IET’s Application for New Customer form here. 

When completed, please email your form to the IET using this link. 

If you have any questions about this process, please contact the IET’s Customer Service Team on 01438 767328.

Option 3: if you’d prefer to pay in advance by card or BACS
Pay for your order in advance using a credit card or BACS. You do not need to provide a copy of a PO at the time of ordering as a proforma invoice will be issued on receipt of your order with details of how to pay.

You’ll need both order forms

There are two forms and both are available as fillable PDFs, which means you can download them and fill them in on your PC.  If you prefer, you can still download, print, and fill them in by hand to fax (020 7602 0613) or email to us:

  1. Manager Payment and Order Form 
  2. Learner Application Form

Please read the Guidance Notes further down this page to help you with your order but if you have any questions contact the EDA team on 020 3141 7350.

Downloading, ordering, and next steps

  1. Click on the images below to launch the fillable PDF form;
  2. Save each form onto your PC. Right click when the form opens and save in your system. You can then reopen the Forms.
  3. Fill the form by clicking on each field;
  4. Return your completed forms to our dedicated in box. If you have completed the forms by hand please fax them to the EDA on 020 7602 0613, or you can scan them and return by email.

edaproductknowledge@theiet.org has important news for you

Once you’ve placed your order, look out for essential news and next steps delivered straight into your inbox from edaproductknowledge@theiet.org.uk

This is an important email address as it’s also where the results come from. Please check your junk folder, just in case, as we don’t want you to miss crucial information.

Can we help? Use our online form

If you have a question about the EDA Modules, use our quick online form.

Click below for the
Manager Payment and Order Form

You only need one of these forms for each order. Please read the guidance notes on this page before placing your order and remember, there are discounts for multiple modules ordered.

Managers: essential 
module news straight to your inbox

Once you’ve placed your order, look out for important messages about the next steps from edaproductknowledge@theiet.org Don’t forget to check your junk emails, just in case.

Image of the Manager Order Form

Click below for the
Learner Application Form

You’ll need one of these for each learner you are ordering for. You can include multiple Learner Application Forms in an order. The manager form summarises all the Learner Forms.

Learners: check for emails from
 edaproductknowledge.org

You’ll receive a welcome email and follow up messages which help you stay on track.

Don’t forget to check your junk emails, just in case.

Learner Application Form for modules

Your choice of 12 Modules

There are 12 modules to choose from in the full programme. Most are available to study now, and some you can pre-order:

  1. Introduction to the Principles of Electricity – available now
  2. Lighting (Introduction) – available now
  3. Wiring Devices and Controls – available now
  4. Distribution, Switchgear and Protection – available now
  5. Fire Safety and Security Systems – available now
  6. Renewables – available now
  7. Industrial Controls  – available now
  8. Heating and Ventilation – available end Sept 2018
  9. Lighting (Systems and Controls) –  available from Sept 2018
  10. Cables and Cable Management  – available from end October but you can pre-order
  11. Customer Services  – available from Nov 2018 but you can pre-0rder
  12. IT and Data Infrastructure  – available from early Spring 2019 but you can pre-order

The more you order, the better the price

A single Module costs £150.

For 2 – 4 Modules the price comes down to £145 per Module, and for 5+ Modules it’s reduced event further to £130 per Module.

This discount is applied to your total order, not to the number of modules you order for each learner. You can order for multiple learners in one order.

There are three payment options.

Guidance Notes: please read before placing your order

  1. You should complete one Manager Payment and Order Form per order, but you’ll need to complete a separate Learner Application Form for each person you are ordering modules for. For example, if you are ordering modules for three people, you will need to complete three Learner Application Forms.
  2. Don’t forget to add up the total number of Learner Application Forms you are submitting AND the total number of modules ordered and include this in the boxes provided at the foot of the Manager Payment and Order Form.
  3. On the Learner Form you will need to tell us in which order the Modules will be studied. The next book in the sequence will only be issued once the learner has completed the assessment for the previous module.
  4. You should also complete the total price of the modules orders. The price is clearly shown on the Manager Form:
    a. 1 x module = £150
    b. 2 – 4 modules = £145
    c. 5 modules or more £130 per module
  5. There is no need to add VAT to the prices of the modules.
  6. You have three payment options which you can read about here.

Dispatching the Modules

Once we’ve received your forms (to place your order simply email them via this link), and you have pre-paid if you don’t have an IET credit account, the first Module textbook will be sent out to you within 3 – 5 working days by FedEx.

Additional learning support or extra time

If the Learner needs additional study support please let us know. This could also include additional time to work through the Module and End of Module Assessment (EMA). The standard timescale is 10 weeks from the start of study to completion and return of the EMA. To discuss this support please email the IET here.

Look out for important module news straight to your inbox

After you’ve placed your order, keep an eye on your inbox for important messages from edaproductknowledge@theiet.org

  1. Welcome email: there’ll be one for the manager and another for learners
  2. The half way point: at week 4 the learner will receive an email, which will be copied into the manger
  3. Almost there: at week 8, we;ll be in touch to remind you that there’s only 2 weeks to go to complete your End of Module Assessment (EMA)
  4. The results are in: once your EMA has been marked, we’ll send you the results by email.

Transfer window

If the Learner in your team leaves your business after you have placed the order, you can transfer the Module to another member of your team as long as the End of Module Assessment has not been requested. To request the transfer, please email the IET here.

Requesting the End of Module Assessment (EMA)

Managers: you must request the EMA by email, it is not sent out automatically.

When your learner is ready to take their EMA, usually around the 8 week point, email edaproductknowledge@theiet.org with the learner’s name and the module they are studying. The EMA, which is digitally fillable, will be emailed to you as the manager, for you to send on to your learner.

There are four important points that you need to know about the EMA:

  1. It does not have to be completed in one go, but can be broken down into manageable blocks.
  2. It is an open book assessment. That means learners can refer to their textbooks (and other texts) during the EMA.
  3. It should be completed electronically. Unlike the hard copy textbook, the EMA is emailed to the manager to forward on to the learner.  which is sent to the learner by email, filled in online by the learner and then e-mailed back to the IET for marking along with any additional documents or information that the learner wants to add to their answers.
  4. If the EMA is not returned within the 10 weeks, and no extension has been requested, it will be graded ‘Fail due to non return’.

At no point should the learner send back their textbook, it’s theirs to keep.

The EMA comprises:

  • 10 multiple choice questions
  • 5 short answer questions
  • 2 detailed research essays

The results are assessed by our partners, the IET. The results are sent by email to the learner, and copied to the manager from edaproductknowledge@theiet.org. Those who are successful will be awarded:

  • Pass (60% – 70%)
  • Credit (70% – 79%) or
  • Distinction (80% – 100%)

A City & Guilds certificate will be sent out for each successful module. Those who study multiple modules will receive an additional commendation from the EDA:

  • 5 modules – EDA Certificate
  • 10 modules – EDA Diploma
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