Domestic Electrician & EV Charging Package
Beginners, Other Trades & Domestic Installers
Why take the Domestic Electrician & EV Charging Package?
Current demand for electric car charging points is increasing every year. This is being driven by changes to government policy which intend to eliminate all petrol and diesel cars by 2040. This means that in the run up to this change, domestic meter installs are predicted to rise drastically.
This 25 Day Domestic EV Charging point installation course package is designed specifically for those who are new to the industry and allow you to offer a stand alone service along side other domestic installations. Essentially you will be able to carry out any type of domestic installation plus install the charging points too.
Course Snapshot: This course covers advanced domestic installation (Step 1) plus a C&G Qualification in EV Charging Point installation. You can work as a domestic electrician and also specialise in EV charging point installation. The Course breaks down as follows:
Electrician Taster Sessions
If you are new to the industry and want to train as an electrician why not register for a taster session to find out if electrics could be the right career for you.
Why Take this Course?
You will be joining a growing army of installers in an industry set to grow at a rapid rate. Our partnership with Rolec means that on passing this course you will be eligible to be registered on their approved installers scheme. Once registered you will appear on their national database of installers and this can lead to referrals for installation jobs in your area and the ability to draw down government funding for charging point installations. Before you can register with Rolec you must join a domestic installer scheme. For more info see the FAQ's section.
Is this course right for me?
This course is suitable for anyone (over the age of 18) who wants to become a Domestic Electrical Installer and also install car charging points in domestic settings. It is designed for those with little or no electrical installation experience but can also be taken by those already working in the industry or in an allied trade with some hands on know-how.
This course is structured build your knowledge and skills up from basic to advanced enabling you to undertake C&G 2919-02 Car charging installations course at the end. Once you have passed the first 4 qualifications you will have gained the necessary knowledge and qualifications to move on to your C&G 2919-02 qualification.
About our course
This course package includes every course contained in our Bronze Course for Domestic installers plus the add on of the C&G 2919-02 which is a course designed specifically for domestic car charging point installations. Essentially you get two skills from this course and two revenue streams.
Why do this course with us?
We have been delivering EV charging point installers courses for the past two years. We were involved with the first courses to be delivered in the UK and have also designed extra training to complement the domestic qualification offered by C&G. More reasons include:
- Fantastic facilities
- Experienced teachers
- Great pass rates & reputation
- Fully Accredited by C&G
- Train in 1 go or break course up
- Low cost monthly payment options
This course package includes 6 courses over 25 Days:
Domestic Electrical Installer Course
Throughout the first 18 Days of the course you will learn the following Core Competencies:
- Week 1 Practical Skills in Domestic Installation - C&G 4141-01 - In Centre Workshop
- Week 2 Installation Theory and Part P Regulations - C&G 2393-10 - Virtual Classroom & E-Learning
- Week 3 - Inspection & Testing Skills - C&G 2392 - In Centre Workshop
- Week 4 (3 Days) - Wiring Regulations - C&G 2382-18 - Virtual Classroom
Advanced Domestic Installer and EV Charging point installation:
- Week 5 (5 Days) - Advanced DI Installer Course - E-Learning & Workshop
- Week 6 (2 Days) Domestic EV Charging Point Installers Course - C&G 2919-02
Please call us on 0800 856 4448 for more information.
This course often runs 5 weeks in a row, however there can also be a gap between Week 4 and Week 5. We also recognise that many people cannot commit to 5 weeks training in one continuous period, so if this is the case we can help you by splitting the course up over a longer period of time. If you need clarification on dates simply call 01293 529777 for advice.
The majority of the exams and assessments will take place on the final day of each individual element of the course. We have average first time pass rates of over 90% on this course. The exams and assessments break down as follows:
City & Guilds 4141-01 - Electrical Installation Work within a Domestic Dwelling
- 1 Practical Assessment
City & Guilds 2393 – Part P Building Regulations
- 1 Multiple Choice open book online exam (Usually in week 2)
City & Guilds 2382-18 – 18th Edition Wiring Regulations
- 1 Multiple Choice open book online exam
City & Guilds 2392-10 – Inspection & Testing Course
- 1 Practical Assessment
- 1 Multiple Choice Exam
Domestic EV Charging Point Installers Course
- On-line multiple choice tests, using e-volve
- Practical assignment
Please note that you must bring photographic ID such as a passport or driving license with you in order to sit the assessments on this course
Course Books Required
We stock some books in our main centres, however we can not guarantee stock availability unless you call us in advance to purchase the books. To buy books please call 01293 529777. You will need the following books for this course:
- Electrician’s Guide to the Building Regulations, 5th Edition - ISBN 978-1785614682
- Guidance Note 3: Inspection & Testing, 8th Edition - ISBN 978-1785614521
- BS 7671:2018 Requirements for Electrical Installations, IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition (blue) - ISBN 978-1785611704
- IET On-Site Guide (BS7671:2018, 7th Edition) - ISBN 978-1785614422
- Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (IET Standards) - ISBN 978-1839531804
Frequently asked questions
What does the bronze course allow me to do?
Our bronze course allows students to work as domestic installers, they will be able to carry out installations and initial verification and testing on their new installs and be able to issue all the relevant paperwork. If you are completely new to electrics we highly recommend that gain experience with an experienced electrician before tackling more complex installations.
What does the EV Installers course allow me to do?
You will be able to install and test EV car charging points in domestic properties across England.
Can I split the weeks up?
Yes. Give us a call and we can look at some specific dates for you.
Can I pay in installments?
You can pay a deposit a then pay on the first day of each of the weeks you are training.
Can I register as a domestic installer after this course?
Yes indeed, this is a recognised route for you to register as a domestic installer. The scheme provider will require you have some level of hands on experience before you join. Various scheme providers will have different entry requirements and ways off assessing your competence. It is likely many scheme providers will ask you if you have 2 years experience before progressing your application. What intensity or continuity of experience, paid or otherwise is not clarified so scheme providers can also test your competence with an online knowledge assessment to ensure you have the required understanding to progress your application. You will need to be registered with a scheme provider before being registered with Rolec.
What are my limitations?
You will not be able to carry out periodic testing without our 2391-52.
About Domestic Installer Schemes
Your acceptance on a Domestic Installers Scheme is the decision of the registration body and dependent on your skills, experience and knowledge level. Tradeskills4U is a training company and responsible for training only. We are not responsible for the assessment process or eligibility of students to gain registration with any external organisation.
How do I gain experience?
Most people that train with us on this course will build up their experience by doing the following things:
- Doing small projects at home or with friends and family
- Carrying out minor works and non notifiable jobs
- For notifiable jobs they can work with building control to generate a Part P Certificate
- Working with an exprienced electrician for more complex installs (Full time / Short contracts)
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