This electrical domestic installer course is designed for people who have little or no previous experience. Throughout the course you will complete a number of modules which will include; practical sessions in the workshop and theory session to support the practical training. PLUS you will complete training in a real domestic property off site.
During the 6 weeks you will complete the following training.
Domestic Installation Training including applicable Building Regulations.\
This section of your training is an excellent introduction to domestic installations. This unit includes a good mix of practical and theory. You will not only know how to install circuits but you will know how to do so safely and correctly so that they meet regulations. During this element you will also test your installations and complete relevant certificates. During the course you will complete the following:
- Applicable Building Regulations.
- Electrical Safety legislation, regulations, standards and terminology.
- Domestic Electrical Circuit Installation.
- Installing Domestic Lighting Circuits.
- Domestic Electrical Earthing and Bonding Requirements.
- Inspecting, Testing and Commissioning Single Phase Domestic Electrical Circuits.
- Special Locations and Installations.
- Pre-work survey / Inspection.
- Basic Understanding of 3 Phase.
Upon completion of this module you will receive a City & Guilds 2393 Level 3 Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings.
City & Guilds 2382-15 17th Edition including the 3rd amendment.
This qualification ensures that you are up-to-date with the latest industry regulation on wiring and the safe use and operation of electrical equipment and systems. If you’re a practicing electrician, you must comply with the regulations for electrical work. This qualification is an essential requirement when registering with many leading bodies such as NICEIC, ELECSA and NAPIT.
This course is classroom based and is assessed via an online open-book assessment. During the course you will understand how to reference your regs book. During your 17th edition training you will complete the following:
- Part 1 – Scope, object and fundamental principles.
- Part 2 – Definitions.
- Part 3 – Assessment of general characteristics.
- Part 4 – Protection for Safety.
- Part 5 – Selection and erection of equipment.
- Part 6 – Inspection and testing.
- Part 7 – Special installations or locations.
- Part 8 – Appendices.
This course also includes the latest amendments such as:
- Electromagnetic Disturbance.
- Surge Protection.
- Medical Locations.
- Operating and Maintaining Gangways.
Inspection and Testing and Initial Verification.
This course covers initial inspection and testing. Inspection and testing is an important part of electrical installations. It is also something that you will be required to prove competence in during an inspection to join a Part P Domestic Installer Scheme. The course is a mixture of theory and practical.
Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations.
This award gives you an opportunity to develop and enhance your knowledge and skills in the inspection and testing of single and three phase low voltage electrical installations. During this course you will complete the following:
- Safe testing awareness.
- Safe isolation of both single and three phase electrical systems.
- Completion of installation certificates.
- Inspection of electrical installation.
- Dead testing.
- Live testing.
- Commissioning of electrical systems.
Upon successful completion of an online and practical assessments you will achieve a Level 3 accredited qualification.
PAT Testing. In Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment. Management Requirements for the Maintenance of Electrical Equipment.
The aim of this course is for you to learn how to test portable electrical appliances and to gain an industry recognised qualification. During your study you will cover areas such as:
- Inspecting and testing portable appliances.
- Management of processes.
- Requirements of maintenance of electrical equipment.
Although this qualification is aimed at the commercial sector, it is a useful skill and qualification to have which gives you the opportunity to generate additional revenue for your business.
Training in a Real Property off site.
Part of your training will take place off site in a real property. This will give you the benefit of taking what you have learned in the centre on training boards into a real property. As a group you will first fix, second fix and inspect and test an installation with an approved electrical contractor.
NICEIC Online Knowledge Assessment.
If you are attending this course with the view to join the NICEIC then due to your lack of previous electrical experience of installations and testing you will need to pass their online knowledge assessment. This assessment is free as part of this course package. For more information on this or another element of the training please contact us on 01782 837007.