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Part P Electrical Installer

Not anyone can just stick their hands into a live plug socket. The Part P Electrical Installer training course awards delegates a recognised qualification that shows they have the knowledge and understanding of the building regulations relating to electrical installations and are able to conduct domestic-related electrical installations in a safe and efficient manner.

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Part P Electrical Installer

FROM £174.00
MANDATORY REQUIREMENT FOR To be able to conduct domestic related electrical installations
ELIGIBILITY 18+ years, right to work in UK


Identification of unsafe electrical situations


Earthing and bonding requirements


Electrical test procedures


Cable and component selection

Maintaining Domestic Electrical Installations


Installation and replacement of electrical components

Installing Domestic Lighting Circuits


Checking the correct and safe operation of installed electrical components

Installing and/or rerouting cables
Special Locations
New circuit requirements


Recording of electrical test results and completion of certification

Basic Understanding of 3 Phase Supplies


Multiple choice 20 question examination

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What is the Part P Electrical Installer Training Course?

For those working as electricians and carrying out electrical installation, Part P states that work carried out in a home must be safeguarded and protect people from fire and electric shocks.


We make getting your Part P Electrical Installer qualification a simple, stress-free process 


The Part P Electrical Installer course is suitable for anyone looking to demonstrate an understanding of the requirements outlined by the Building Regulations for electrical installations in a domestic setting.

This course is ideal for electricians who undertake domestic-related electrical installations.


What does the Part P Electrical Installer Training Course include?

Delegates on the course will cover applicable building regulations while also covering electrical safety legislation and regulations standards and the terminology that is associated with it. Also, on the course, delegates will learn how to conduct pre-work surveys and inspections, and how to follow safe isolation procedures in ensuring that maximum safety regulations are complied with at all times.

Delegates will receive an industry-recognised qualification on the conclusion of the Part P Electrical Installer training course.


NOTE - Even though the course is online, delegates will need to attend an examination upon the conclusion of the course. 


What is an ECS Card?

Anyone who wants to pursue a career as an electrician needs to have an ECS Card (Electrotechnical Certification Scheme). An ECS Card is the sole ID and competence card scheme for operatives working within the electrical industry in the UK. Electricians and those currently working in the electoral industry should already hold a valid ECS Card.


For those looking to work in the electoral industry, they will need to apply for an ECS Card, as well as undergo Part P Electrical Installer training.


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On average, delegates can expect to complete the Part P Electrical Installer course in under 35 hours.

Yes. The Part P Electrical Installer course is open to anyone looking to show an understanding of the electrical requirements of the building regulations. Anyone working or undertaking work in a domestic environment should also consider this course.

Yes. Delegates will be expected to complete a 40-minute multiple-choice examination to successfully complete the Part P Electrical Installer course.

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