This course will give you the training, qualifications, skills and knowledge to enable you to register with the NICEIC, ELECSA or other competent persons scheme in order to be able to self-certify your work.
This is the ideal starting point on the journey to becoming a competent person. The course is delivered using a blended learning approach, mixing up theory and practical, keeping you engaged at all times.
This is the basic electrician training course and was designed for people with little or no experience who are looking to become a Domestic Electrician, (not an Installer) . If you are new or have some experience of electrical installation work and want to get qualified quickly then this is the course for you.This electrical course will give you the practical ability and confidence in domestic electrical installation
EAL Level 3 Certificate In Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings (SE) (600/7695/1))
This qualification meets the minimum qualification level for qualified supervisors responsible for electrical work in domestic properties subject to Part P of the Building Regulations (England and Wales). It will provide the learner with the skills and knowledge needed for ensuring the safety, quality and technical standard of the electrical installation work carried out by the enterprise. The qualification comprises knowledge and performance within ‘combination units’.
What are the pre-requisites?
Learners must have the maturity and potential ability to meet the requirements of the assessment criteria for each learning outcome of the qualification units
Learners must have the minimum levels of literacy and numeracy to comply with the health and safety aspects of the scheme, the completion of the learning outcomes and the external assessment.
C&G 2393 Part P Building Regulations Level 3
The government approved document P (electrical safety) came into affect on the 1st January 2005. For the first time the mainstream work of domestic electrical installers became subject to the requirements and procedures associated with Buidling Control.
Domestic electriians need to appreciate the requirements that apply to building work they carry out in connection with their electrical work, and they need to uderstand the way that Building Control works and the procedures that need to be followed.
The primary aim of this knowledge based level 3 qualification (City & guilds 2393-10) is to gain an understanding of how electrical installation in dwellings must comply with all relevant Building Regulations.
City & Guilds 2382-18 Level 3
The aim of this electrical training course is to gain familiarity with the layout, content and application of the BS 7671 (2018) 18th Edition Regulations. The IEE Wiring Regulations (BS 7671) are the definitive standards for the electrical industry in respect of the safe use and operation of electrical equipment and systems. They form the requirements and operating criteria for the UK and correspond to EC standards and are recognised by British Standards (BS 7671).
City and Guilds 2377-22 PAT Testing
This is the benchmark qualification for anyone who intends to carry out the practical testing of electrical equipment, also known as Portable Appliance Testing. The Electricity at Work
Regulations 1989 state “as may be necessary to prevent danger, all systems shall be maintained so as to prevent, so far as is reasonably practicable, such danger”.
This course will nable you to carry out visual inspections as well as testing using test equipment.
C&G 2392 Level 2 Inspection and Testing
is structured and designed to provide delegates with the skills and underpinning knowledge to confidently undertake the Inspections and Testing.
This City and Guilds 2392-10 course contains a significant number of “hands on” workshop style training sessions, which cover all of the processes involved in initial verification, and functional testing as described in Part 6 of BS7671:2008, and also within IET Guidance Note 3
On completion of the course, participants will understand:
Overview of Part 6/Chapter 61 BS 7671:2008
The processes involved in Initial Verification
The Visual inspection
The Correct Sequence of Functional Testing
Carrying out Functional Testing
Evaluating and interpreting test results
Completion of the Installation Test Certificates and the Schedules of Tests