I can competently re-wire a house on my own
If you already know how to re-wire a house then you simply need to cover your wiring and building regs plus make sure you are up to speed with inspection and testing. Most installers with basic installation skills will need to complete the City & Guilds 2392, 17th Edition Regulations and a Part P course at least to register with a domestic installers scheme.
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 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 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.
** 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 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.
Available to TS4U customers only. Want to join the NICEIC or ELECSA but don't have a level 3 NVQ or a higher level inspection and testing qualification such as the 2394/95? You may want to take an Online Knowledge Assessment (OKA) to guarantee you can move forwards with your application.