The Electacourse Part P Course is designed to help you understand the requirements of Part P and to prepare you for your Part P Assessment.
It is expected that people undertaking this course fit into one of the following groups:
- qualified and experienced electricians and are up to date with 17th Edition Wiring Regulations BS7671
- Students on a full time study programme towards becoming a fully qualified electrician
- qualified in a related trade such as plumbing, heating, ventilation and undertake domestic electrical installation work as part of their main activity
- individuals wishing to qualify as Domestic Installers
For already qualified electricians this course will teach you how Part P relates to your domestic installation practice and which work requires notification to Building Control.
Some of the chapters in this course relating to general electrical installation will be very familiar to qualified electricians. These chapters are designed to help other trades and other users of this course understand the context of domestic electrical installation work.
What to expect when you have completed this course
Building Regs Understanding
You will have a full understanding of the Building Regulations in England as they apply to domestic electrical installation work, in particular
Knowledge of Part P
You will have complete understanding of Part P
Preparation for Part P Assessment
You will know the requirements for Part P Assessments
City & Guilds 2393-10
You will have sufficient practice and knowledge to be prepared to take the City & Guilds 2393-10 Exam.
An online course obviously cannot provide practical experience. This course assumes you have already acquired practical skills or you are in the process of doing so – either as a student at college or under supervision from a qualified electrician.
If you are uncertain about the level of your practical experience of domestic electrical installation work or you need to update your practical testing skills we can refer you to reputable training providers who offer short practical experience training.
Part P Assessment
To join a self-certification scheme you need to pass a Part P Assessment. Once you have successfully joined a self-certification scheme, you can undertake domestic electrical installation work signed off by yourself.