• Who is it suitable for? The training package is suitable for candidates looking to get work in the domestic and commercial electrical industry.

    What’s involved?

    Week one

    • A mixture of practical and theory training to give you the basic knowledge and skills needed to start in the electrical industry.
    • Applicable Building Regulations for Domestic Electrical Installation
    • Electrical Safety legislation, Regulations Standards and Terminology
    • Basic AC supply characteristics
    • OHM’s Law
    • Installing all electrical circuits
    • Electrical Earthing and Bonding Requirements
    • Inspecting, Testing and Commissioning Single Phase Domestic Electrical Circuits
    • Basic Understanding of 3 Phase
    • Common electrical terminology

    Week two

    • IEE 17th edition wiring regulations- (BS 7671) – 3 days
    • Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations (2382)
    • Portable Appliance Testing – 2 days
    • Level 3 Certificate for the Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (2377-12)
    • Level 3 Certificate of Competent Management of Electrical Equipment Maintenance (2377-11).

    Week three

    • City and Guilds Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations (QCF) (2394)
    • City and Guilds Level 3 Award in the Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (QCF) (2395)

    Where might it lead? Candidates can start work in the electrical industry or progress onto the City and Guilds 2365 or 2357 qualifications.

    Course duration 2 or 3 weeks

    Delivery method Class room delivery with practical tuition

    Assessment methods A mixture of practical assessments, written exams, and online exams

    Entry requirements There are no entry requirements although we do recommend a good level of maths skills and a basic understanding of electrical principles.

    How much does it cost? 2 week course (excluding 2394/5) – £1000+VAT

    3 week course – £1750+VAT