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Mr Jones completed a number of electrical courses at our centre.  Since completing his training Dave successfully passed the required scheme assessment. He is now a registered part p domestic installer.
Dave Jones, Electrical Course
You are welcome to visit our centre at any time to see one of our excellent electrical courses in action and see the brilliant work our students will be doing and have a chat to them about what they think of the course.

30 Day Domestic Electrical Installers Course

This electrical course is ideal for new entrants who wish to enter the trade. It includes training in the installation and testing of domestic circuits and gives you recognised qualifications to prove your competence.

The course also includes the new NICEIC / ELCSA Online Knowledge and Assessment. This is needed before you can arrange an approval visit.

This course is aimed at people with little or no previous experience of installations. During the 30 days you will learn how to install all circuits within a property. You will be able to practically install circuits. You will know the relevant theory and regulations. You will know how to inspect and test your installation and complete relevant certificates.

As with all of our electrical courses, spaces are limited to 10 people on a course at any one time. Each person will have all tools and materials provided.

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:

  • Legislation.
  • 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.

If you are unsure if the course is suitable please visit the our centre when electrical courses are running to speak with both staff and students. If you are unable to visit our centre we can arrange for our tutor to give you a call.

Please be aware that this course is an intensive course which includes a fair amount of theory work and homework. You will require a good level of maths and english to successfully complete this course. A member of our staff will discuss this individually with you should you wish to book a place. We want to make sure the course is suitable and that you are able to achieve.

Our electrical courses are taught by an experienced and qualified electricians who have many, many years experience in the trade.

All tutors will give you their contact details so if you have any questions after completing our courses you can just give us a call.

Support provided when choosing a course

We will provide you with as much information, advice and guidance as we possibly can and if we are not able to offer you the course that best suits your needs or give you the information you require we will signpost you to somewhere that is able to.  We do not pressure you to book onto any course and if we feel that you would be better suited to a course we do not offer then we will give you the contact information of a college that does.

Hopefully the majority of the information you require is available on this website but if you have any questions at all then please contact us and we will help in any way we can.

We would like to invite you to attend the training centre at any time to view the facilities and discuss the course with both the tutors and current learners.  We suggest if possible that you visit our centre towards the end of a course as people in general are always happy at the beginning of training and you want to make sure that they are as happy at the end of the course.  When you visit you will be free to discuss the course with current learners on a 1-to-1 basis, if someone has paid good money or used limited funding to attend a course and they are not happy they will definitely tell you. If you visit towards the end of a course you will also be able to see the standard that everyone on the course has achieved.

One of the most popular comments we receive on questionnaires is that people did not expect to reach the high standard that they do on a course, it is also one of the most popular negative comments that we receive by people who are not aware of what we offer as they will say ‘you won’t be any good after 10 days’, if you yourself are unsure then why not pop down for a pressure free look around.

During Training

During your time with us every member of staff will do their best to help you achieve your aims. You will be provided with supporting literature relating to your trade and have access to further reading to research the trade further in your own time.

If you struggle on any element of the course then we will provide additional training at no extra cost to ensure that you reach the required standard.

If you have any learning difficulties or disabilities or have any physical difficulties or disabilities then we will support you throughout and this additional support will remain between the centre and the individual. The majority of the training courses are practical based but if you do have any concerns then please contact the centre.

We will also provide you with additional IAG relating to progression routes available after completing the course including further training, finding employment and starting to work for yourself. Whilst on a course please contact a member of staff if you require any further in information.

Whilst you are at the centre there may be other courses running so if you have any questions relating to another trade please feel free to speak to the relevant tutor – they are all here to help you.

After Training

We will continue supporting you after you have completed a course with us and you can contact us either by email, phone or in person to discuss any aspects that you covered on your course.  For example you may wish to contact us to clarify how to complete a job or how to price a job or maybe to ask for information on writing a business plan.

Your tutors will give you their contact telephone numbers and email address so if you have any questions at all you can give them a call.  It is invaluable to have this continuous support available and will give you the confidence to complete work away from the centre.

The commitment to putting the needs of learners at the heart of everything the service does was demonstrated in the ways support is provided. Extract from Matrix Assessment Report

Upon completion of this electrical course you will receive the following qualifications:

  • Level 3 Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings.
  • Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment.
  • Level 3 Award in Management Requirements for the Maintenance of Electrical Equipment.
  • Level 3 Award in Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671 (17th edition).
  • Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations.


  • NICEIC Online Knowledge Assessment.
30 Days in duration, from 9am until 4:30pm at our centre based in Stoke-on-Trent.  Please arrive at the training centre at least 15 minutes before the course start time.

The cost of this electrical course is £2950 INC VAT.

We ask for a non-refundable deposit of £500 to secure your place on this electrical course and full payment 10 days prior to the course start date.

Finance is available for this course and if you wish to discuss this further please contact the centre on 01782 837007.

You can pay for our electrical courses either via cheque, bank transfer, debit or credit card.

Finance is also available, please call 01782 837007 to discuss this further.

Below is feedback from people who have attended our electrical courses.  All feedback forms from everyone who completes our courses are available at the centre.

Mr Bruce emailed the centre and said ‘Hi, I did a course with you. I thought I would drop you a quick note to say many thanks as I have just passed my Elecsa assessment.  Please pass on to Chris my thanks for an excellent course and its delivery.’

Mr Marriott completed our electrical courses.  Since completing his training he has used the skills and knowledge the course gave him to help secure a full time position for a company installing Solar PV.

Mr Jones has completed a number of electrical courses at our centre.  Since completing the training Dave successfully passed the assessment required to and he is now a registered Part P Domestic Installer.

Mr Allen completed Part P and 17th edition electrical courses.  He is now employed as a mechanical engineer full time and said the 17th edition course helped him with his current employement.

Mr Bossons attended both Part P and 17th edition electrical courses as part of his redundancy package.  The courses have helped and he is now working part time with an electrician to gain some experience.

Mr McKenzie completed a foundation electrical course and a part p course.  He was unemployed when he completed the courses.  He is working now, not in electrics but he says the courses gave him confidence in himself to go out and work.  He has completed non-notifiable work in his own property.

Mr Nicklin completed a foundation electrical course and a part p course.  Since completing the course he became self-employed for a short while.  He is now working for Balfour Beatty and feels this is due to the qualifications he picked up at the college.

Mr Hughes completed a 20 day electrical course.  He left the forces and as now secured a job as a generator engineer.  He did have some other qualifications but says that without the electrical qualifications he wouldn’t have got the job.

If you wish to book onto one of our electrical courses please contact us either via email at enquiries@tradeteacher.co.uk or call 01782 837007.

Our electrical courses are very popular and book up quickly and as we only have 10 spaces on each course the course dates below maybe full before we have time to update this website.  Therefore it is important to contact us to check availability prior to booking time off work or applying for finance etc.

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30 Day Electrical Course

££2950inc VAT
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Why choose one of our electrical courses

As a training centre which is accredited by City & Guilds, CITB/Cskills, BPEC, NOCN, TTA, MATRIX and is registered on the National Career Service website you will be confident that you are attending an electrical course at a centre that has the learners interests at heart.  Our course are designed by experienced tradespeople who have been in the trade for many years and are still on the tools.  This ensures that you are taught the skills you need to complete work to satisfy your customers.  Reasons why we are the best choice for electrical training are:

  • You will be taught by experienced tutors who are still on the tools and who have a passion for passing on their skills and knowledge.
  • You will be fully supported after you have completed your electrical course so that you are confident in using your trade skills to complete work.   We have supported many people like yourself to change careers and use their new skills.
  • Our courses are very intensive, but also very rewarding.  You will be amazed at how much you will learn in the time you are with us. This is because Construction Skills College have been doing this for over 10 years. Plus our tutors have many, many more years experience than this in their trades.
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We will soon be releasing dates when you can start this course attending two evenings a week.
We will soon be releasing dates when you can start this course attending on a Saturday.
We will soon be releasing dates when you can start this course where you will complete a some of the training via home study with email and telephone support and some of the training in the centre.

Finance Available to cover course costs

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30 Day Electrical Course

  • Deposit of 20%
  • 36 monthly payments of £80.62
  • Advance of £2360
  • Total interest £542.32
  • Total Repayable £2902.32
  • Deposit £500
  • APR 14.9%
If you want to talk about finance offers to cover the cost of learning a trade please either call 01782 837007 or email enquiries@tradeteacher.co.uk  You can receive a decision within minutes of applying and you don’t start paying back until one month after you start your course

We are confident in your success.

We have many many years experience re-training people who are looking at learning a new skill to change careers. We have been selected for two visits from MP’s due to the work we have done retraining people facing redundancy and we have contracts with MoD, B&Q + have MATRIX accreditation and approval from a number of awarding bodies. We know what we are doing and we know what you can do