Candidates who enrol on this course will learn:

The essential skills and knowledge needed to undertake domestic electrical work
How to join Competent Person Schemes or notify work through Local Authority Building Control
Current regulations, legislation and standards

Who is the Part P course suitable for?

The Part P domestic installer course is suitable for any person who is required to carry out certifiable electrical work in domestic properties. You will also need to have (or at least be working towards) your 18th Edition Wiring Regulations qualification.

What qualifications will I gain?

Candidates who successfully complete our Part P Domestic Electrical Installer course will be awarded:
Level 3 Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings Demonstrating that you understand all building regulations as applied to electrical installation work (in compliance with Part P of the Building Regulations).
LCL Awards Domestic Electrical Installer Certificate (or DEI) Designed for all operatives who carry out electrical work as their main profession or as a secondary task to their main profession (e.g. builders, gas fitters, plumbers).

Units covered

Here’s what you can expect to cover if you enrol onto this course:
Conducting pre-work surveys/inspections
Identifying unsafe electrical situations
Earthing and bonding requirements
Recording electrical test results and completing certificates
Electrical installation in special locations
New domestic electrical circuit requirements

Progressing further

There are a number of other electrical courses that you may wish to undertake after completing the Part P course; if you are considering this course because you wish to become a professional electrician, we recommend that you discuss your ambitions with the Access Training team and we will be happy to suggest a suitable course or courses to help you take the next step on your journey.

Contact us now to find out more about our Part P domestic installer course.