New Entrants Electrical Induction
If you are looking to add domestic electrical works to your skill set then book on to our free, informal induction on-site and online, where you will find out about our options for new entrants.
Domestic electrical work includes wiring in boilers, and installing electric appliances like showers and cookers – ideal for a range of trades people such as builders, gas installers and kitchen fitters.
We have regular inductions at our centres on weekdays, weekends and evenings. Click the book your place now button to see available dates and times.
When you click the centre you would like to attend you will be able to choose from the dates available.
Don’t worry if the dates and times don’t work for you call us and we will arrange for you to come in at a suitable time to you.
During the induction, we will:
- Give you a tour of the centre, including the classrooms and practical workshops where you will train.
- Deliver a presentation explaining the course options and what they entail (this takes between 30 mins and an hour.)
- Answer any questions you may have during a dedicated Q&A session.
During the induction, you will:
- Answer some questions to determine whether our New Entrants Domestic Electrical Installer (NEDEI) programme is right for you – what previous experience and/or qualifications you have, for example.
During the online induction, we will:
- Confirm this is the correct course for your needs.
- Answer any questions you have regarding your training and employment assistance.
- Take you on a guided video tour of our training facilities, including the practical and theory training areas.
- Explain the course in detail, the training you will receive, and what it will enable you to do work-wise once completed.
- Go through the qualifications you will receive.
- Discuss course dates (weekday and weekend).
- Explain course costs and payment options, including interest-free finance.
No previous experience is required to undertake our NEDEI programme, but many of our candidates already work in related trades – such as plumbing, gas installation, kitchen fitting etc.
The NEDEI provides the ideal progression route to gain the Level 3 certificate in Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings. This qualification is essential for joining a Competent Persons Scheme (CPS), which will allow you to self-certify your work under the building regulations.