Buy to Let Landlords
Make sure your property is electrically safe
Electrical Safety Course for Landlords
Download to study. Test online. Only £50
As a Buy to Let Landlord or property manager you are responsible for the electrical safety of your properties.
In 2013 tenants reported over 1.7 million* electrical defects to landlords
Each year in the UK there are 350,000 electrical hazard injuries and 12,000 house fires. Up to 100,000 tenants injured.
*ESF (Electrical Safety Council)
Landlords and property managers who do not properly manage electrical hazards risk criminal prosecution and substantial fines.
Negligent management can result in imprisonment for terms from six months to many years and fines in excess of £20,000.
Electrical reports are not part of the Homebuyers Survey. Are you sure your property has been checked for electrical safety?
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The Electrical Safety Course for Landlords has been written by Electacourse tutors. The illustrations have been commissioned by designers with skills and experience in electrical technical design.
Electacourse are the leading provider of study and course material for UK electricians. Since 2007 we have helped thousands of electricians gain their professional qualifications.
All our courses and exam preparation material is available for online download. We have more experience than anyone in the UK in developing effective electrical study material.
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Electrical Safety Course for Landlords supplied as a PDF ebook to be read on iPad, Android tablet, PC or MAC computers
Keep on top of your study with electronic notes and revision highlights.
You also have the option to print the course material
Online Practice Test available for any internet connected device including smartphones.
You can do the Practice Test as many times as you like.
Electrical Safety Certificate Exam
Complete the course with the online Electrical Safety Certificate Exam. The Certificate Exam has a time limit of 20 minutes.
If you fail the Exam first time around, you can take it again.