You will learn how to:
Install lighting, sockets and consumer units
Certify full house re-wires
Test portable appliances
Inspect and test commercial, domestic and industrial installations
Who is this qualification for?This course is ideal for beginners who wish to start a new career in the field of electrical work. Many of the people who enrol on this course have no electrical experience whatsoever, although we can also help more advanced learners who need to refresh their knowledge.
QualificationsOur professional electrical course is made up of the following industry-recognised qualifications:
Part P Domestic InstallerLearn how to install and maintain lighting, sockets, cooker circuits and consumer units, as well as certifying domestic installations (including full house re-wires).
Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings Gain a strong understanding of current building regulations (as applied to electrical work in dwellings).
18th Edition Wiring RegulationsThis qualification will equip you with a solid working knowledge of the wiring regulations.
PAT Testing (Portable Appliances)Learn how to test devices and prevent accidents involving portable appliances.
Fundamental Inspection & Testing This is an accredited qualification that will allow you to inspect and test new circuits on existing single phase electrical installations, as well as completing new installations.
Initial Verification This qualification allows you to inspect, test and certify new work in industrial, commercial and domestic installations (single phase and three phase).
Periodic Inspection & Testing This crucial qualification covers the inspection and testing of circuits on existing installations, as well as issuing safety reports for landlords and recommending any additional work that’s required.
Units coveredEach of the qualifications listed above covers numerous areas that you will need to master in order to begin your new career. Here are some examples of the units you will cover:
Introduction to electricity
Changing consumer units
Electrical safety regulations
Earthing and bonding requirements
Maintaining electrical circuits
Identifying electrical hazards
Isolating electrical circuits and installations
Initial verification of electrical installations
Periodic inspection and testing of electrical installations
Progressing furtherThis professional electrical course has been developed to give you all the skills needed to become a practising electrician, there are more advanced courses and progression routes that you may wish to take to further your career. Once you have successfully completed this course, your tutors will be more than happy to discuss your ambitions and recommend suitable progression options.
Many people take the Design & Verification qualification after completing our Professional Electrical Course. This qualification enables you to design and specify electrical installations for other electricians to carry out. This qualification can lead to managerial and supervisory roles.View Course
What we offer
- Specialist teaching staff who are fully qualified and have worked professionally in their respective industries for many years
- Full-time and part-time training courses on weekdays and weekends
- Flexible payment schemes to suit almost every budget
Give Access Training Academies a call on 0800 345 7492 to enquire about our professional electrical course.