Birmingham, Coventry & Midlands Electrician Courses (Coventry)
We currently offer a few electrician edition courses from our Midlands training facility based just North East of Coventry within the Manufacturing Technology Centre just next to the junction of the M6 and M69. The facility is within very easy reach of Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Northampton and all over the midlands region. The courses include 18th edition, PAT testing and some ad hoc courses. However we will be offering a full range of courses from our brand new facility opening May 2019. Register your interest now.
This course is designed for domestic installers and teaches you some key practical skills such as how to terminate SWA cable as well as how to install domestic EV charging points.
This 18 day course package contains training in installation, building regulations, inspection and testing plus the essential 18th edition wiring regulations course that will be necessary to work as a domestic installer. All 4 of the courses in this package are accredited by City & Guilds.
This 25 day course package includes 6 courses. You will receive training in installation, building regulations, inspection and testing, 18th edition wiring regulations plus more training on electro-technical science and PAT testing.
The 18th Edition went live on the 1st July 2018. It is the very latest update to the wiring regulations and is an essential qualification for anyone working in the electrical industry. We offer this course in 8 nationwide locations.
Our Blue package contains the same courses as our Bronze course plus a C&G qualification for installing domestic EV car charging points. Break into this growing market to complement your domestic installer work.
This 1 day 18th Edition update course brings those with the 3rd amendment up to date with the latest wiring regs. This course only covers the changes to the wiring regulations since the 3rd amendment but you still take the full 2382-18 exam.
This is the very latest course for those wanting to become an electrician. It is run 2 weeks on 2 weeks off over 30 weeks and covers the training elements required to work on both domestic and commercial installation. This course has now replaced the City & Guilds 2330's. To become fully qualified you will need to complete an NVQ and AM2 in industry.
This electrical course is aimed at practicing electricians who wish to gain qualifications in Initial verification as well as Periodic Inspection, Testing and Reporting. This course has been re-introduced in 2017 and now replaces the City & Guilds 2394/5 qualifications.
This course is ideal for those looking to take their first steps to becoming a fully qualified electrician working in both commercial and domestic environments. It covers a wide range of practical skills plus much of the essential science.
This Level 3 electricians course is ideal for those who have already completed their Level 2 2365 course or Level 2 2330 Tech Certs. It is ideal if you are looking to progress to an NVQ and AM2 at a later stage in order to gain JIB grading.
This package consists of the 4 courses from our Bronze package plus PAT testing too. We have added this course package due to popular demand for both our Bronze and PAT testing courses.
This 5 Day electrical course is for new entrants to the industry. It is an overview that can be your first step to becoming a fully qualified domestic electrical installer.
This is one of our most popular electrical courses. This 5 day course is theory based and covers a wide range of installation topics and how they relate to the Part P building regulations. This knowledge is essential if registering on a Part P scheme.
This weekend course is the same as our 1 day 18th Edition update course but simply delivered on a Saturday. The course covers the changes to the regulations since the 3rd amendment and is an ideal way to gain the qualification if you want to minimise time off work and get it done quickly.
This Part P electrician’s course is for experienced candidates only. If you are looking to upgrade your knowledge and qualifications to encompass the Part P building regs, then this short Part P course will be ideal.
This is the most advanced electricians course that we offer. It is a level 4 qualification covering the design and installation of electrical systems.
This practical & theory course is intended for inexperienced electricians and domestic installers. This can be a difficult subject and this electrical course seeks to demystify it and provide you with a certification in inspection & testing.
This electrical course is designed to give electricians the confidence to take and pass their C&G 2391-52 course and assessments. If you need to brush up on your practical inspection & testing skills then this course is ideal.
This PAT testing course is ideal for those who wish to take control of the entire portable appliance testing within their company or offer a stand alone service to companies. It is open to all and can be a viable way of providing additional skills and earning some extra income.
This 3 day PAT Testing electrical course is designed specifically for those with little or no electrical experience. The course content is identical to our 2377-22 & 32 PAT testing course but with an extra day to provide you with a foundation in the subject and increase your chances of passing first time.
This PAT testing electrical course is very similar to the 2377-32 & 22 but only contains the operator exam. This course is open to all including non-electricians and domestic installers.
This 1 day PAT Testing course is focussed on the practical aspects of PAT testing. It will provide you with the practical skills and the background knowledge needed to carry out PAT testing.
This is our second foundation electrical course which can help you on the path to becoming a qualified electrician or domestic electrical installer. It will help you understand the science behind the practical skills and is a very good way to gain a quick overview of some of the key principles.
Install, fault find and inspect and test electric vehicle charging points. This really is an exciting new sector from which existing electricians can generate extra income.
This course is designed for competent electrical staff who need to understand how to work safely in accordance with HSG 85 - Safe Working Practices when working with Low Voltage Systems. You will cover the regulations and safe working practices to ensure compliance with EAW Regulations 1989.
This electrical course is highly useful to anyone who works with electricity and wants to learn the electrical regulations. We usually deliver this course for companies either in house or at our premises.