Supporting new entrants:
Level 3 certificate Installing, Testing, and ensuring compliance in domestic dwellings through LCL
We are keen to support candidates of all abilities so our Electric diplomas involve starting 2 cohorts of 4 candidates at the same time.
One cohort will be for the stronger candidates and will be based on attendance in the training centre for 2-days per week with the remainder of their week gaining experience in the field with a suitable qualified electrician.
The second cohort has the same experience over a longer period of time and would roughly equate to attending the training centre for 1-day per week with the remainder of their time in the field.
Either route will kickstart your journey as an electrician and give you a strong base to upskill into renewables.
17th to 18th Edition Upskill
This course will cover the major changes between the BS7671:2011 (AMD3:2015), and BS7671:2018 (AMD2:2022). It is designed for those who have recently taken a regulations exam and need only learn the major changes between editions.
Three day course
This course will teach the candidates how to navigate BS7671:2018 (AMD 2:2022). We cover the major changes between revisions of the regulations and will carry out a high-level overview of the requirements for electrical installations.
This course will cover the requirements and processes of commissioning and certifying a new Electrical installation. Through the three days we will, briefly, cover the testing procedures and then cover all the theoretically requirements of carrying out such an important task.
This course will cover the requirements and processes for carrying out an Electrical installation condition report (EICR), our equivalent of a landlord safety check, we will cover the differences in testing procedures, how to code various faults, and the theoretical requirements of such a vital process. It is expected that any candidate undertaking this course is already familiar with initial verification.
This course will cover the requirements and processes for commissioning and certifying a new installation, and carrying out an electrical installation condition report. It will be an intense five days with a number of written, practical, and online exams.
Single off multi
Electric 3-phase upskill
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