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This course covers all the key skills to install, fault find and inspect and test electric vehicle charging points. This really is an exciting new sector from which existing electricians can branch out into and generate extra income or become an out an out specialist installer. With petrol prices sky high more people are turning to electric vehicles. Just look at the graph below to see the predicted growth in the coming years.
Course Snapshot: 2 day course (1 Day teaching & 1 days for exam and assessment). Mainly theory based covering EV charging point installation. Unlike many others this course includes the C&G qualification and assessments.
As this qualification covers the installation of charging points in domestic , on-street and commercial settings it is expected that candidates are practising electricians with a formal Level 3 qualification:
Must be able to carry out the following competencies:
If you do not meet these requirements you may wish to take our Domestic Electric Car Charging Course instead designed specifically for domestic installers.
If your qualification from the list above is more than 5 years old you must show an 18th Edition Qualification to show you are up to date with the latest regulations.
If you are unsure on your current eligibility please contact our sales department on 0800 856 4448 who will be happy to help.
This qualification is designed for electricians who want to develop their existing skills to include installation and maintenance of single electric vehicle charging units in domestic properties and small commercial premises.
You will be taught how to design, specify, install, fault find, test and inspect electric vehicle charging points both for the commercial and domestic sector. This includes the “on street” points that you may have seen in many town centres.
As a specialist on electrical and renewable courses you can be sure of first class facilities and teaching when you attend this course. We have fully operational electric vehicle charging points in our renewable energy training centre.
You will complete 2 forms of assessment on the last day of the course. Please note that we run 2 days of assessments. Mostly you will attend this course over 2 consecutive days, however in some circumstances you will be attending your exams and assessments on day 3. We will confirm your assessment day on your confirmation details. If you have a specific date you need please contact us by phone. You will complete:
You can bring your own tester in for the practical assessment as long as it complies to GS38.
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.
You will need to purchase the following textbooks in order to complete this course:
Johnathan is studying EV Charging at our Gatwick centre. He’s a self-employed electrician, who’s often asked by his customers to install EV car chargers. Completing the EV course with Trade Skills 4U is giving him the knowledge, skills, and competency to install EV car charging points safely and correctly for his customers.
Johnathan realised EV is the future and chose to train with Trade Skills 4U to be a part of what’s to come. To view more testimonials and case studies please click here.
We understand that some of the courses can be difficult to pay all at once, therefore, on our longer courses you can Pay As You Train, which means you pay week by week interest-free.
Pay As You Train is only available on our longer courses. Typically we will agree on a payment plan with you, where you will pay a deposit, and then pay a set amount 21 days before each class start date.
£450.00 (£530.00 inc VAT)
£608.00 (£720.00 inc VAT)
£1,536.50 (£1,799.00 inc VAT)
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£1,013.00 (£1,199.00 inc VAT)
This course was designed to replace the C&G 2919-01. that qualification will expire on the 31st July 2023.
OUR CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
Phoenix House has raised the bar for electrical training centres in the UK. It’s situated east of Leeds, just off of the M1 / A1. This makes it easily accessible from Leeds, Sheffield, Hull, York, Harrogate and all over Yorkshire.
Our centre in Central London is based right next to the old bailey, Smithfield Market and St Barts Hospital. We currently only offer electrical courses for experienced electricians from Central London.