Key facts at a glance
Electrical Installation Work within a Domestic Dwelling
Why take this course?
This course covers the practical skills you need if you want to become a domestic installer. This course has proven to be the best possible way of bringing you up to scratch, in a friendly and supportive environment helping you open the doors to a new career. You will learn in a purpose built workshop designed to teach electrical installation.
This is the first course of it's kind to be fully accredited by City & Guilds.
Is this course for me?
As our key foundation course there are no formal entry requirements for this course. This course is for anyone looking to start out on a career path to be a domestic electrical installer.
Domestic Installers Workshop Course Content:
Ring final circuits (sockets)
Basic lighting circuits
2 way lighting circuits
2 way lighting and intermediate circuits
Radial power circuits (cooker points etc)
Earthing and bonding procedures
Zoning and selection of equipment
Selecting cable sizes and calculating load demands
Introduction to electrical regulations
Health & safety
Safe Isolation procedures
Identifying Three Phase Systems
You'll receive specific training in the use of testing equipment, with practice and guidance under close supervision. Learning and absorbing the correct routines to use will give you a valuable grounding in best practice, ready for your next step!
City & Guilds Assessment - C&G 4141-01
This course is now fully accredited by City & Guilds. The official City & Guilds title for this course is "Electrical Installation Work within a Domestic Dwelling" Course Code 4141-01. You will undertake an assessment at the end of your course to gain the qualification.
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