I am a qualified electrician looking to top up my skills
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.
Every electrician or domestic installer needs to be up to date with the latest 17th Edition Wiring Regulations. As such this is one of our most popular courses. We have an excellent record of delivering this 17th edition course and have a 98% pass rate.
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 is the most advanced electricians course that we offer. It is a level 4 qualification covering the design and installation of electrical systems.
** Plus 2 days worth of assessments. This electrical course package covers training on inspection & testing as well as periodic inspection and testing. As an advanced electricians course it is ideal for experienced installers especially those looking to gain JIB grading as an approved electrician.
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 2394 electrical course is a level 3 QCF qualification. It is essentially a testing and inspection course covering initial verification, inspection and testing and 3 phase inspection and testing.
This electrician’s course is focussed purely on periodic inspection & testing and replaced the older 2391-10 Inspection and Testing courses during 2012. This course is intended specifically for experienced electricians or installers.
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 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 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.
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 BPEC course gives you plenty of practical ‘on the roof’ training in order to provide you with hands on, practical experience of installing solar PV equipment.
This full course includes the 2399-13 installation unit and the 2399-14 fault finding and maintenance unit. This is the complete qualification if you want to be a Solar Panel Installer.
This solar PV course will provide you with both hands on practical training & theory of the City & Guilds qualification. You will be taught on our full scale single storey roof. You will able to use this course in your application for MCS accreditation in solar PV technology.
This course can only be taken as an extension to the 2399-13. It aims to give you the knowledge of correctly maintaining and servicing solar PV equipment, allowing you to provide a valuable added maintenance contract service to your customers.
Any installation of a PV system over 16A per phase will be subject to different engineering recommendations and procedures than a domestic scale installation.
Need to learn more about 3 phase systems? Then this 1 Day electricians course is ideal for those with existing experience of electrical installation.
This course can be a useful addition if working in corporate environments. Data cabling spans a number of skill-sets but is often outside an IT departments remit. This leaves a gap for the experienced electrician.
This short 2 day course is ideal for practicing electricians. It gives you the skills to successfully install trunking, conduit and wiring systems that are widely used in commercial and domestic settings.
This course packages combines both the emergency lighting and fire alarm courses together over a 4 day period saving you both time and money and allowing you to add to your skill set.
This is one of our specialist courses designed with the experienced electrician or domestic installer in mind. It will allow you to work specifically on emergency lighting projects and even specialise in this area.
Ideal for the practicing electrician, this course will show you how to install a range of conduit systems which are commonly found in commercial environments. These are sometimes found in domestic outbuildings too and can provide you with extra skills to offer your customers.
This course has been specially developed for electricians and domestic installers. It will allow you to work specifically on fire alarm systems and following this course you could potentially specialise in this area.
This course is suitable for domestic installers and practicing electricians. It will show you the key elements to ensure safe external installations in both the home and commercial buildings.
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.
** Price above shown is an early bird price. This course is delivered in partnership with Gate Safe and will equip you to assess if an automated gate is safe for use and prevent any unnecessary accidents