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The Domestic Electrical Installer

  1. If your course is a single subject, the average duration is 24 months. If there are multiple subjects, you may take up to 36 months to complete the course. The actual duration of the course will be determined by the pace at which you choose to work through the course material – this remains under your control and is a matter of personal preference.
  2. Course materials are designed to deliver the skills you will need by using instructive guides incorporating test exercises enhanced by 3D virtual reality interactive multimedia software.
  3. At every stage of your learning our skilled tutors will appraise your progress and provide personal assistance to maximise your learning potential.
  4. Qualified tutors will correct all course work throughout the period of your training.
  5. The Domestic Electrical Installer course covers the following examination syllabuses:

Level 2

  • Industry Certification in essential electrics
  • Part P Defined Scope
  • C&G 2377 - In service portable appliance tester
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 1) 2330-201 “Working effectively and safely in an electrotechnical environment”
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 2) 2330-202 “Principles of electro technology”
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 3) 2330-203 “Application of health & safety and electrical principles”
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 4) 2330-204 assignment (practical) “Application of health & safety and electrical principles”
  • C&G 2382-10 – 17th Edition IEE wiring regulations
  • Full Scope Part P theory and practical qualification assessments
  • Logic certification – domestic periodic inspection certification
The Course syllabus is comprehensive and contains the following:

Section 1 Part A:

  • An introduction to essential electrics
  • Health & Safety
  • Defined scope electrical competence scheme
  • Domestic electrical installations stage 1
  • Domestic electrical installations stage 2
  • Domestic electrical installations stage 3
  • Electrical testing and documentation

Section 1 Part B:

The practical skills you will be expected to be able to demonstrate in your
assessments. A look at the current electrical wiring regulations; BS7671: and the
IEE published On-Site Guide (17th edition of the IEE wiring regulations: C&G 2382-10)

Section 2 Part A

An in-depth look at the current edition of the IEE wiring regulations (BS:7671)
and the examinations requirements

Section 2 Part B

In service portable appliance testing (PAT testing)
Full scope Part P
(Level 2) – Working effectively and safely in an electro-technical environment (Level2) – Principles of electro technology
(Level2) – Application of health & safety and electrical principles

Section 3 Part A

Electrical circuit design
Electrical estimation
(Level 2) – Installation (buildings and structures)

Section 3 Part B

Challenges and services, Marketing your business, Online marketing and website
creation, Customer care and management, Increasing sales, Finacial and legal
considerations, Networking, Owner’s leadership and delegation skills
6. Regionalised practical training will be arranged after the relevant theory
sections of your course (namely for 2 weeks on completion of Section 1 Part
B, for 2 weeks on completion of Section 2 B and for 1 week on completion of
section 3, when you will undertake instructor lead training in one of our City
& Guilds approved and Corgi Registered training centres. This will provide you
with the core practical assessments leading to the City & Guilds and BPEC
examinations
7. Public Examinations Public examinations fees are included in the cost of the
course – the correct procedure for entrance to the exams and the payments
process will be provided to the student at the relevant stage of the course.

Full Scope Electrical Installer

  1. If your course is a single subject, the average duration is 24 months. If there are multiple subjects, you may take up to 36 months to complete the course. The actual duration of the course will be determined by the pace at which you choose to work through the course material – this remains under your control and is a matter of personal preference.
  2. Course materials are designed to deliver the skills you will need by using instructive guides incorporating test exercises enhanced by 3D virtual reality interactive multimedia software.
  3. At every stage of your learning our skilled tutors will appraise your progress and provide personal assistance to maximise your learning potential.
  4. Qualified tutors will correct all course work throughout the period of your training.
  5. The Full Scope Electrical Installer course covers the following examination syllabuses:

Level 2

  • Industry certification in essential electrics
  • Part P defined scope
  • C&G 2377 - In service portable appliance tester
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 1) 2330-201 “Working effectively and safely in an electrotechnical environment”
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 2) 2330-202 “Principles of electro technology”
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 3) 2330-203 “Application of health & safety and electrical principles”
  • C&G (Level 2 Unit 4) 2330-204 assignment (practical) “Application of health & safety and electrical principles”
  • C&G 2382-10 – 17th Edition IEE wiring regulations
  • Full Scope Part P theory and practical qualification assessments
  • Logic Certification – domestic periodic inspection certification

Level 3

  • C&G (Level 3 Unit 1) 2330-301 “Application of health & safety and electrical principles”
  • C&G (Level 3 Unit 2) 2330-302 “Inspection testing and commissioning”
  • C&G (Level 3 Unit 1) 2330-303 “Installation (buildings & structures) fault diagnosis and rectification”
  • C&G 2391 practical exam plus AM2
  • C&G 2356 – NVQ Level 3
The Course syllabus is comprehensive and contains the following:

Section 1 Part A:

An introduction to essential electrics
Health & Safety
Defined scope electrical competence scheme
Domestic electrical installations stage 1
Domestic electrical installations stage 2
Domestic electrical installations stage 3
Electrical testing and documentation

Section 1 Part B:

The practical skills you will be expected to be able to demonstrate in your
assessments. A look at the current electrical wiring regulations; BS7671: and
the IEE published On-Site Guide (17th Edition of the IEE wiring regulations: C&G 2382-10)

Section 2 Part A

An in-depth look at the current edition of the IEE wiring
regulations (BS:7671) and the examinations requirements

Section 2 Part B

In service portable appliance testing (PAT testing)
Full scope Part P
(Level 2) – Working effectively and safely in an electro-technical environment
(Level2) – Principles of electro technology
(Level2) – Application of health & safety and electrical principles

Section 3 Part A

Electrical circuit design
Electrical estimation
(Level 2) – Installation (buildings and structures)

Section 3 Part B

Challenges and services
Marketing your business
Online marketing and website creation
Customer care and management
Increasing sales
Finacial and legal considerations
Networking
Owner’s leadership and delegation skills

Section 4 Part A

(Level 3) – Application of health & safety and electrical principles
(Level3) – Inspection testing & commissioning
Installation (buildings and structures) fault diagnosis and rectification

Section 4 Part B

Test, inspection and certification of electrical installations (to include 3-phase
commercial installations)
Domestic periodic inspection reports (PIRs)
6. Regionalised practical training will be arranged after the relevant theory
sections of your course (namely for 2 weeks on completion of Section 1 Part
B, for 2 weeks on completion of Section 2 B, for 1 week on completion of
section 3 for 2 weeks on completion of Section 4 Part A for 1 week on
completion of Section 4 Part B) when you will undertake instructor lead training
in one of our City & Guilds approved and Corgi registered training centres.
This will provide you with the core practical assessments leading to the City
& Guilds and BPEC examinations
7. Public Examinations Public examinations fees are included in the cost of the
course – the correct procedure for entrance to the exams and the payments
process will be provided to the student at the relevant stage of the course.