This comprehensive course is specially designed to integrate essential electrical training modules, providing you with the qualifications, knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to excel as a Domestic Installer. It’s tailored to empower you to ensure that your electrical work adheres to the latest building and wiring regulations.
The training format is a blend of hands-on, practical instruction and theoretical classroom learning. This combination ensures a well-rounded understanding of both the practicalities and the principles underlying domestic electrical installation.
The Domestic Electrical Installer Package is an all-encompassing training programme consisting of several key electrical courses, each targeting specific skills and knowledge areas:
Foundation Electrical Course – (Duration: 5 Days)
This introductory course is perfect for beginners, offering a blend of theoretical and practical learning. It focuses on the design, modification, and extension of various wiring circuit scenarios, leading back to a consumer unit. This foundational module is crucial for gaining the competence needed to complete the Domestic Electrician Package.
LCL Awards Domestic Electrical Installer Certificate – (Duration: 5 Days)
This online module delves into Part P of the Building Regulations, effective since January 1, 2005, and includes updates from April 2013. It covers the essential electrical safety guidelines, outlining what is permissible and prohibited in domestic dwellings for electrical installers.
18th Edition Wiring Regulations 2018 City & Guilds 2382 – (Duration: 4 Days)
Specifically tailored to impart knowledge of the current wiring regulations, this course is vital for aspiring electricians. It prepares you for the 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations 2018 City and Guilds 2382-18 exam. Passing this exam is a prerequisite for joining a government-approved Part P competent scheme.
Inspection and Testing – LCL Awards Level 3 Award – (Duration: 5 Days)
This critical hands-on course equips you with the skills to inspect and test new or altered electrical wiring circuits. It includes training on conducting both dead and live tests and completing the necessary documentation (Schedule of Test Results) in compliance with Part P of the Building Regulations.
PAT Testing Course – (Duration: 1 Day)
This course is designed to provide delegates with the skills to carry out the testing of all types of electrical equipment. The course covers the legal requirements and relevant standards, the types of tests and test equipment, the results and the recording of results.
Each of these courses is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding and practical experience in different aspects of domestic electrical work, ensuring a well-rounded skill set for participants.