35 mins to do the test.
A guy that does the job but for Kelly communication did it in about 10 mins. It took me about 20 or 25 mins. Just got to make sure to double check everything.
I am not sure if it is a cut and dry pass fail test. Or if they are looking to see if you can safely use tools and follow the example ever if you don't get it 100%.
Yeah I made sure to take my time (I think I did it in just under 30 mins), and also made it painfully obvious that I was double checking my work to make sure it was correct. We had one guy who flew through it in 10 mins, but he had to be told to put his safety glasses on at the start, so I doubt he made it through.
35 mins is loads of time so people can just relax and work away at it. It's honestly easier than wiring a plug; I always find that more fiddly.