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Logic4training’s Domestic electrician course - is a flexible electrical training programme for those wishing to become a domestic electrical installer but who don’t necessarily have relevant experience or qualifications. Successful candidates will have the skills, knowledge and qualifications to find employment or work on a self-employed basis as a domestic electrical installer.

  • Duration: 22 Days
  • Price: £2,250.00 Ex VAT

The course takes 22 days with the first 10 days undertaken at the Northolt centre.

The next 3 modules can be taken at Northolt, Basildon or Luton at any of the regularly scheduled courses.

This allows you to spread the course over a timeframe that suits you.

The course delivery programme breaks down in the following flexible manner

  1. Fundamental Electrical knowledge and installation skills – 10 Days (Northolt centre)
  2. Domestic Electrical Installer (Part P) Qualification – 5 days (Northolt, Luton or Basildon)
  3. 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Qualification – 3 days (Northolt, Luton or Basildon)
  4. Initial verification, testing and certification of electrical installations Qualification – 4 days (Northolt, Luton or Basildon)
  5. Health & Safety courses (see below) – online at a time to suit you

This is the packaged version of the New Entrant Domestic Electrical Installer course. To see all the course options and prices (Including individual course prices) please download our brochure.

The Domestic Electrical Installer Programme starts with the basic electrical installation and safety, covering everything required to install and maintain electrical installations in a domestic setting, such as re-wiring a house or simple jobs such as new sockets and light fittings.

All topics are broken down into easy-to-digest sections, with industry recognised qualifications and certificates of competence awarded on completion of each module.

Candidates will carry out a full domestic installation within the practical training area.

  • Electrical wiring regulations, standards and associated documents
  • Competent Persons Schemes (CPS), why they are needed and how to register
  • Safe working and isolation
  • Basic electrical theory, including OHMS Law, power laws and resistance
  • Building Regulations – Part P and Part M
  • Understanding wiring and circuit diagrams
  • Electrical components including consumer units and safety devices
  • Installation techniques and correct use of tools
  • Cable calculations, types, connecting and terminating
  • Use of electrical test meters and subsequent calculations
  • Testing, fault finding, earthing and bonding
  • Electricity containment, trunking and conduits
  • Electrical applications – lighting circuits, showers, spurs and cookers
  • Initial verification, testing and certification of electrical installations, including
  • three-phase testing
  • Health and Safety – asbestos awareness, manual handling, fire safety and working at heights

On successful completion of the New Entrants Domestic Electrical Programme, students will receive competence certificates for the different technical elements.

Candidates will be required to demonstrate experience (minimum 2 years) before they can apply to join a Competent Persons’ Scheme (i.e. NAPIT, Elecsa, NIC, Stroma) – a necessary requirement for electrical installations in domestic properties and to notify under Approved Document Part P.

This could be with companies or for family/friends and need not be full time.

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  • 17th Edition Wiring Regulations – City & Guild Level 3 QCF qualification
  • Initial Verification, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations – Logic Certification Level 3 QCF qualification
  • Domestic Electrical Installer (Part P) – Logic Certification qualification
  • Asbestos Awareness – online course certificate
  • Manual Handling – online course certificate
  • Fire Safety – online course certificate
  • Working at Heights – online course certificate

Training is provided in-centre with both theory and practical work.

The New Entrants Domestic Electrical Programme is for candidates looking to become a domestic electrical installer but do not have the skills and knowledge to join an electrical CPS.

The course is an ideal starting place for anyone looking to work as a domestic electrical installer, covering all the core competencies required to install and maintain electrics in residential properties.

This course is also for Installers whose primary role is not electrical but may involve elements of wiring or electrical installation.

Under Building Regulations, any electrical installer must have the relevant minimum qualifications to prove their competence, installing testing and inspecting their installations to BS 7671 (17th Edition Wiring regulations).

All of the reading material and text books are supplied by Logic4training on the first day of attendance. Included within the course cost are the following:-

  • The IET Electrician’s Guide to the Building Regulations (4th Edition)
  • The IET Onsite Guide to the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (3rd Amendment)
  • The Level 2/3 training manual for the Diploma in Electrical Installations

Candidates will be given a copy of the latest 17th edition wiring regulations for free with this course.

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Northolt £2,250.00
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