New Entrants Electrician Training Courses for Beginners
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Level 3 Certificate in Installing, Testing & Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings
New Entrant Domestic Electrical Installer Course
New Entrants Electrical Induction
Expand your skillset with Logic4training’s Domestic Electrical Installer Course which has both Foundation and Advanced Modules
The Foundation Course is a hands-on course that consists of an initial four week block, followed up by a further 7 days consisting of a further 2 industry qualifications which can be taken at a date suit you.
Delivered by our expert trainers, this electrician course for beginners includes training and assessment on the essential aspects of electrical installation in domestic environments, such as testing & inspection, wiring in boilers and fitting electrical appliances – showers and cookers, for example.
This course also acts as stepping stone to the Advanced Course that incorporates the LCL L3 Certificate in Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings course which, alongside two-years of relevant experience, is a necessary requirement of joining an electrical competent persons’ scheme.
Successful candidates will gain the following qualifications and certificates:
- Logic Certification Domestic Electrical Installer – Part P (Full Scope)
- 18th Edition Wiring Regulations, BS 7671:2018 AMD2 (City & Guilds 2382-22 – RQF Level 3)
- Initial Verification, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (Logic Certification RQF Level 3)
- Health & Safety – Manual Handling
- Health & Safety – Fire Safety
- Health & Safety – Asbestos Awareness
- Health & Safety – Working at Heights
- LCL L3 Certificate in Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings course
You’ll cover a range of new skills during the domestic electrical installer course, including:
- Electrical wiring regulations, standards and associated documents
- Competent Persons Schemes (CPS), why they are needed and how to register
- Basic electrical theory, including OHMS Law, power laws and resistance
- Building Regulations – Part P and Part M
- Electrical components including consumer units and safety devices
- Cable sizing and selection
- Installation skills (all tools are provided)
- Inspection, testing and certification
For a full list, download our guide to becoming a domestic electrical installer.
The New Entrant Domestic Electrical Installer Course (Foundation and Advanced) is designed to give you the tools and knowledge to confidently undertake domestic electrical tasks.
Whilst this role, and therefore the course, is different to an electrician’s course, it provides the building blocks to begin your domestic electrical installation career.
The main role of a domestic electrical installer is to install, test and maintain electrical wiring, equipment, appliances and fixtures in a wide range of applications in a domestic setting, that is to say at home.
If you’re already an installer wanting to keep your skills sharp and/or broaden your services, or you’re an engineer looking to develop competency in electrical-related tasks, we can help.
We have a range of courses available from Domestic Electrical Installer Part P Training Course through to 18th Edition Course – City & Guilds 2382 Training Course and the Testing and Inspection Courses.