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Other Related Courses – Fitting Electric Showers etc

Electric Showers:

For those who need it, there is an option to consider Part P Domestic Installer training - which will enable the undertaking and installation / connection of Electric showers. The domestic electrical training course, provide the knowledge and practical skills to understand domestic wiring and lead to Part P qualification.

Once registered with a Part P Governing body, the trades-person will be able to work safely, efficiently and legally on domestic electrical installation.

Applicants will be expected to understand terminology and basic electrical theory; whether from an electrical background or have limited electrical knowledge, you will be provided with the current training.

Electrical - Part P:

The course covers all the training and assessment needed for you to pass the; Bpec Part P (Full-Scope) qualification. The qualification enables you to carry out legally, both specific electrical and full scope electrical installation work in domestic premises. The course assumes no previous electrical knowledge and is ideal for other allied trades professionals who wish to extend their portfolio of skills offered.

From 1st January 2005 UK building regulations changed, it became illegal to carry out certain types of electrical work in domestic premises, unless qualified to do so. The installer had to be a member of an electrical competent scheme (with a Part P qualification) or the installation had to be certified by local building inspectors.

Previous electrical experience is advised to attend the Bpec Part P (Full-Scope) course, you will be required to complete the City & Guilds 17th Wiring Regulations in order to register with a full scope scheme.

The Bpec Part P Full-Scope course covers levels; A, B, C and D of electrical work. It allows level A work - such as; installing consumer units, complete new wiring installations and outside cabling (SWA).

After successful completion of the Bpec Part P Full-Scope course, you will be able to join the full scope electrical competent persons' schemes offered by ELECSA - providing you also hold a valid 17th Edition Wiring Regulations certificate.

City & Guilds 2365 Level 2 & 3 Electrical Training (with C&G 2382-2377-2393-2394-2395)

Other Electrical training available (these electric qualifications can be down at a later date); C&G 2365 levels 2 and 3, & BS7671-17th Edition Wiring Regs, Portable Appliance Testing, Building Regs for Part P and Inspection & Testing qualifications.

City & Guilds 2365 Level 3 Electrical Course

After the Level 2 C&G 2365 comes the Level 3 or for those who already hold other Electrical industry recognised qualifications such as C&G 2360 Part 1 or C&G 2330 level 2, they can register for this course. There is also the option to graduate onto the NVQ Level 3 qualification.

City & Guilds 2397 Domestic Electrician Course NVQ Level 3

This qualification is for any trades-person who wishes to become a Domestic Installer and register on-to a Part P scheme, for self-certificating electrical work undertaken within a domestic home.

CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) Card Training:

As professional welding is usually carried out on construction sites, the CSCS cards are mandatory.

Course timetable – 2 days in Health & Safety training to CITB (ConstructionSkills Industry Training Board) standards. week-end & evening courses also available.


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