Part P Course Features
The Part P Course is designed for anyone who wants to undertake electrical installation work in domestic properties.
The course is designed for new entrants to the electrical installation industry or for electricians and other trades who plan to join a competent persons register.
On completion of the course you will have all you need to know about Domestic Electrical Installation and Part P Building Regs in England to enable you to take your Part P Self-Certification Assessment with confidence.
On completion of the course, you will need to put yourself forward for Part P Assessment by a certification scheme provider.
The Electacourse Part P Course is designed for new entrants to domestic electrical work and other trades to understand how the Building Regulations in England apply to domestic electrical installations.
With secure knowledge of Part P and the other parts of the building regs which include electrical work (Parts A, B, C, E, F, L1, L2, and M – also included in the training manual), you will have the knowledge to enable you to put yourself forward for Part P Assessment with confidence. With a successful outcome of a Part P Assessment, you will have the authority to sign-off on your own electrical work in domestic properties. You will be able certify notifiable electrical work and submit your notifications directly to your local building control.
Sign up now and start studying in your own time and at your own pace. No need to spend value time and money travelling to a training centre. Study with Electacourse material in the convenience of your home, or perhaps even between jobs in your van!
Recently published, the Part P Course is illustrated throughout and includes sections questions throughout and example Part P exam questions with answers.
It includes questions not only on the requirements for electrical installations (Part P) but also for other parts of the Building Regulations (Parts A, B ,C, E, F ,L and M) that persons carrying out electrical installations are expected to understand and comply with.
In 2013 and 2015 the Part P Regulations were changed. The Electacourse Part P Course has been updated to reflect these changes. The changes incorporated in this new edition are designed to:
- reduce the range of electrical installation work that is notifiable.
- allow installers who are not a registered electricians to certify work as an alternative to using building control.
- change the technical guidance throughout so it now refers to BS7671:2018
The Part P City & Guilds 2393-10 is an open book exam and has two permitted texts. The Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations and NICEIC – Electrical Installers’ Guide to the Building Regulations: v. 1: For Dwellings and Associated Areas in England and Wales.
There is an option to purchase the City & Guilds 2393-10 Exam Simulator, City & Guilds 2393-10 Exam. If you do not want to make exam arrangement with Electacourse you can find your own exam centre (look up at cityandguilds.com).
This course does not cover building regulations in Scotland, Northern Ireland or Wales (although for Wales, we do include a section highlighting the differences in Part P between England and Wales)
Who is this product for?
The Part P Course is designed for anyone who wants to extend their work into domestic electrical installation whether you are new to the industry or already a qualified electrician.
Up to date
Fully up to date to 18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations. Up to date with changes to building regulations (England)
On completion of the course, you will need to put yourself forward for Part P Assessment by a certification scheme provider (fees and requirements for Part P Assessment vary by provider).
If you have not already got your 18th Edition qualification, some scheme providers require it before you put yourself forward for a Part P Assessment. The Electacourse 18th Edition Course is the UK’s most popular way to achieve this qualification.
Part P Online Course
City & Guilds 2393-10 Online Practice Questions
21 Lessons | 66 Topics
Online. Internet connection required. Can be studied on any internet connected device