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Why take the Domestic Installation Course?


Considering becoming a Domestic Installer? 

This is one of our most popular courses we offer, this course is designed for individuals looking to get started as a Domestic Installer. The course is specifically built for individuals with little to no experience and other tradespeople.

If you want to start installing independantly or with an electrical contractor look no further this course will give you the skills and knowledge required.

The skills learnt on this course will enable you to carry out all kinds of installations in a domestic setting, additionally you will be shown how to safely isolate and carry out initial inspection and testing for your own installations.

Finally, you will sit the latest 18th Edition wiring regulations and building regulations to ensure that your work meets the current regulations.

It's easy to add new and in-demand skills packages such as Electric Vehicle Charging, Solar PV, PAT Testing and find work in these fast-growing industries.

Important! If you want to take the qualification exams for the City & Guilds 2392 + 2393 please select these in the checkout basket. 

Course Modules


Module one
Domestic Workshop
Module two
C&G Part-P Building Regs
Module three
C&G 2392 Inspection & Testing
Module four
C&G 2382 Wiring Regulations

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.

This course includes


Consumer unit replacement
Electrical installation
Lighting install & design
Electric cookers
Single phase
Electric showers
Domestic rewires
Domestic install workshop
Smoke co2 detectors
Smart heating controls
Underfloor heating
Part-P Building Regulations

Course overview


Course Snapshot

A complete foundation in domestic electrics, the perfect starting point for anyone new to the industry wanting to become a domestic installer. 

The course breaks down as follows:

  • 10 Days Practical In Centre
  • 3 Days E-Learning
  • 5 Days Virtual Classroom

What does this course allow me to do?

This course package will enable you to carry out domestic electrical work after successful completion of the whole course. You will be able to carry out minor works such as adding to or altering an existing circuit. 

You will also be able to carry out notifiable work which can include the installation of a new circuit, a re-wire or work in a special location such as a bathroom. The difference with notifiable work is that building control will have to sign off the work. Additionally using 3rd party sign off an existing qualified supervisor can also sign off any notifiable work. 

Examples of notifiable work / Non- notifiable ?


Who is it for?

  • Anyone looking to become a domestic installer
  • Those new to the Industry
  • Other trades looking for extra skills and opportunities

How Long does it take?

This is an 18 day course in total and includes your C&G 18th edition, C&G 2392 Inspection and Testing as well as the C&G Part-P Building Regulations. You can choose to take the course in one go or spread it out - whatever works for you. As the leading Electrical Training Specialist in the UK we’ve several training venues and all easily accessible. We’re flexible to fit around your life. You can also pay as you go along - it really couldn’t be easier. With first-time pass rates over 90% you’re working with the right people to help you get ahead in this in-demand industry.

Course timings and delivery methods

The course generally breaks down as follows:


You can spread these classes out or mix them up as long as you complete Week 1 and 2 before attempting Week 4. Whether you decide to take the whole course in one go or spread it over several weeks or months. Remember - we provide all the training, materials and exam fees included in our simple pricing structure.

What qualifications will I get?

Important! If you want to take the qualification exams for the City & Guilds 2392 + 2393 please select these in the checkout basket.

  • City & Guilds 2393 – Part-P Building Regulations (select in checkout)
  • City & Guilds 2392 – Inspection and Testing (select in checkout)
  • City & Guilds 2382-22 – 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

What skills will I learn?

The skills, knowledge and qualifications gained on this course will cover all the fundamentals of domestic installation and testing. This will make you more attractive to employers to find work or enable you to work independently. This course provides the necessary skills and knowledge required to understand and install circuits commonly found within domestic dwellings. It includes the following:

  • Use of Basic hand tools
  • Installing and terminating twin and earth cable
  • Understanding and installing standard circuits for Lighting, Power & Cookers 
  • Connecting of bonding to gas and water services
  • How consumer units work and connection to them
  • Correct Selection of equipment and Special locations
  • Basic SI Units, Ohms Law and Power Calculations
  • Calculating maximum demand and applying diversity for a domestic installation
  • Correct selection of cable sizes
  • Compliance with the Building Regulations
  • Earthing Systems
  • Circuit Protection
  • Safe Isolation (Single Phase)
  • Fundamentals of inspection and testing
  • How to use and apply the Wiring Regulations (BS7671)

What Next?

At the end of this course, you’ll have further options to consider; whether to upskill with the various bolt on courses we offer, including electrical vehicle charging, solar PV installation or maybe PAT testing. If you want to become a career electrician or gain Qualified Supervisor status, then you’ll need to start on Step 1 of our 4 steps programme and work towards your City and Guilds Level 2 and Level 3 diplomas and finally your NVQ.

For more information on our 4 steps programme, click the link or give our course advisors a call today.

Exams

During this course you will take 3 multiple choice on-line exams and one practical assessment. 

Important! If you want to take the qualification exams for the City & Guilds 2392 + 2393 please select these in the checkout basket.

They are as follows:


Inspection and testing course – 2 exams

1. Online multiple choice exam consisting of 50 questions which you have 1 Hour and 40 minutes to complete.

2. A practical assessment where you will have to demonstrate that you know how to safely isolate a consumer unit, perform all the live and dead tests and fill in all the necessary paperwork to comply with Part P of the Building Regulations. You will have 2 Hours to complete this assessment.

Part P Course – 1 exam

Online multiple choice exam consisting of 20 questions which you have 40 minutes to complete. (Open book exam)

18th edition course – 1 exam

Online multiple choice exam consisting of 60 questions which you have 2 hours to complete. (Open book exam)

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, 6th Edition - ISBN 978-1839532542
  • Guidance Note 3: Inspection & Testing, 9th Edition- ISBN 978-1839532368
  • BS 7671:2022 Requirements for Electrical Installations, IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition (Brown) - ISBN 978-1839532184
  • IET On-Site Guide (BS7671:2022, 8th Edition) - ISBN 978-1839532276

Frequently asked questions

Can I split the weeks up?

Yes of course. You cant book this online but give us a call on 01293 529777 with your preferred dates and we will arrange this for you.

Can I pay in instalments?

We have multiple flexible payment options, please call our course advisors to discuss.

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.

If you want to join a scheme please ensure you speak to your chosen scheme provider to check their specific requirements. Recent changes to schemes have made these routes much more confusing and we recommend anyone looking to register should future proof their career by completing Steps 1-4.

Must I join a registration body scheme, like NICEIC/NAPIT etc?

Frankly, No. You will be able to undertake non-notifiable and notifiable work, as long as building control are informed.

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 experienced electrician for more complex installs (Full time / Short contracts)


When you feel more confident and the demand for notifiable jobs increases you can then look to join a scheme as described above.

Our locations


As well as the having multiple large sites, we also have a number of sites dedicated to delivering the 18th edition wiring regulations & PAT Testing courses.

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Leeds


Phoenix House has raised the bar for electrical training centres in the UK. The centre is just East of Leeds situated just off of the M1 / A1. This makes it easily accessible from Leeds, Sheffield, Hull, York, Harrogate and all over Yorkshire.

Phoenix House, Hawthorn Park, Coal Road, Leeds, West Yorks, LS14 1PQ
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Warrington


Our Northern training facility is situated just off Junction 10 of the M62 at Birchwood Park and is very accessible from towns such as Warrington, Manchester, Liverpool and Chester.

Unit B, The Beacons, Warrington Road, Birchwood, WA3 6WY
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Gatwick


Our Mitre Court and Explorer 2 Facilities are just 2 minutes south of Gatwick Airport and are easily accessible by car, bus and train. They are comfortable, light and airy environments in which students can learn a wide range of practical and theory based skills.

Mitre Court, Fleming Way, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9JY
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Coventry


Our brand new centre opened in July 2019 offering a full range of electrical courses  for those based in Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Northampton and all over the midlands region. The new centre is based in Westwood Business Park right next...

Rowan House, Westwood Way, Coventry, West Mids, CV4 8HS
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