Why take the EAL 7695 Qualified Supervisor 4 Weeks?


This 4 week course takes into account prior learning and allows students to gain the EAL 7695 qualification and register as a qualified supervisor. Essentially for most installer this means you will be able to register on a domestic installer scheme and self certify your installations. You will also be able to certify the work of others.

This course is specifically aimed at installers who have previously completed the qualification gained in our Bronze Course package. If you have experience but no qualifications please see our 6 week Qualified Supervisor Course

Course overview

Why Take This Domestic Installer Course?

The skills learnt on this course will enable you to carry out all kinds of installations in a domestic setting. Essentially you will be competent and safe to work on any kind of domestic project, be that a house re-wire, extension or simple jobs such as new sockets and light fittings. Under current building regulations anyone carrying out such work must be able to prove they are competent and safe to do so.

Once you have completed this course you will have the skills, knowledge and qualifications to enable you to find employment or work on a self-employed basis as a domestic electrical installer. In fact, the majority of people who train on this course eventually go on to set up as self employed domestic electricians. When you do train with us we can save you some money when you choose to register with the NICEIC or ELECSA who have agreed all Trade Skills 4U students qualify for a £50 discount on their first years membership. 

Is this course right for me? - For New entrants or associated trades.

This course is designed specifically for:

  • Beginners starting out in the industry
  • Other tradesmen (builders, plumbers, kitchen fitters etc) who are looking to offer complimentary services
  • Experienced installers who need to formalise their skills and qualifications

All students should be over the age of 18.

What can you officially do with these skills and qualifications?

This course will give you training, qualifications, skills and knowledge to enable you to register with scheme providers such as the NICEIC or ELECSA on their domestic installer schemes and self certify your work. It is important to note that whilst the course will ensure you have a full understanding of how to safely install domestic electrics and meets the requirements of scheme providers, you should work on gaining some experience before registering.

For beginners coming into the course you should expect to build up your experience before registering with a scheme provider.

For those who have previous electrical experience your qualifications will usually allow you to join a scheme straight away
Ultimately it is the scheme provider who will assess your competence and ability to register on your chosen scheme with on site assessments and an Online Knowledge Assessment. Often a quick call to them can be a useful exercise before starting out. Alternatively, you can complete an installer’s Part P certificate for building control for notifiable work. Building Control will take your competency and qualifications into account when certifying your installation. Whilst we strive to make the training as in depth and thorough as possible there is no substitute for real world experience and any reputable training provider should advise you of the same.

Course Timings - 4 Weeks in a row or 4 Separate Weeks

This course is usually run 4 weeks in a row, however it is also possible to break the course up and attend the course in 4 separate bites. For example we can book you in one week a month over 4 months. You pay as you go along, so you’re able also to spread the cost also into 4 manageable bites.

What's included? - You will achieve 4 C&G Qualifications

When completing this course you will achieve the following 4 qualifications:

  • Days 1 to 5 - City & Guilds 4141-01 - Electrical Installation Work within a Domestic Dwelling
  • Days 6 to 10 - City & Guilds 2393 – Part P Building Regulations
  • Days 11 to 15 - City & Guilds 2392-10 – Inspection & Testing Course
  • Days 16 to 18 - City & Guilds 2382 – Wiring Regulations (Including latest amendments)

These qualifications form the foundation knowledge required to competently install, inspect and test your own domestic installations compliant with the latest wiring and building regulations.

As an industry leader we have been offering these qualifications for many years and know them inside out. We have developed this Bronze course and structured in such a way that you will learn all the necessary skills in a logical and effective way. 

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