Part P Electrical in Hull

By: Crownship Technical  22/10/2009
Keywords: electricians, electrician, Electrical

The Part p Electrical course is suitable for those who have no formal electrical qualifications and who work in plumbing, kitchen installation, security alarms, telecommunications, property maintenance, garden installation, air-conditioning, bathroom installation, gas installers, etc and wish to join a Domestic Installer Scheme. On completion of the course the candidate will be required to join one of the Approved Schemes.  

Part of the criteria for the course is that there should be no barrier to entry and that anybody can apply.  However, should the individual feel that they posses no electrical aptitude whatsoever, We would recommend that serious consideration is given to attending a preliminary Basic Domestic Electrical Appreciation Course prior to the Part P Electrical course.

Successful completion of the course and appropriate assessment will suitably prepare delegates to undergo site inspection under the NAPIT or NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme.

Part P Electrical (Incorporating the requirements for electrical safety (Part P) of the Building Regulations) & EAL VRQ Level 2 Certificate for Domestic Electrical Installers  

In order for electrical installers to self-certify that their domestic installation work in England and Wales is compliant with Part P of the building regulations. They must either be registered with a competent person scheme such as the NAPIT or NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme or register electrical work with the local building control before work starts. All applicants to the Domestic Installer Scheme must meet a number of requirements, in particular be able to demonstrate they have the ability to install, inspect, test and certify their work in accordance with BS 7671, and to comply with the relevant Building Regulations.  

Successful completion of the course and appropriate assessment will suitably prepare delegates to undergo site inspection under the NAPIT or NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme.  

This training course has been provided to assist electricians and others outside the industry to prepare for Part P of the building regulations. It has been developed in partnership by the NICEIC (the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting), CORGI and the ECA (Electrical Contractors’ Association).  

With the advent of Part P, the above organisations, have decided to collaborate and provide a modular training course with the intention of it becoming a national qualification for domestic installers.  

The Part P Electrical course covers the scope of work to become competent for electrical work within a dwelling.  It will consist of 9 modules and be delivered over approximately 5 days.  

This Part P Electrical course includes a range of topics such as:  

Applicable Building Regulations
Electrical Safety legislation, regulations standards and terminology
Pre work survey / inspection
Safe isolation procedures
Identification of unsafe electrical situations
Earthing and bonding requirements
Electrical test procedures
Cable and component selection
Installation and replacement of electrical components
Checking the correct and safe operation of installed electrical components
Recording of electrical test results and completion of certification
Installing and/or rerouting cables
Special locations
New circuit requirements
Lighting installations
Maintenance Supplies  

An online multi-choice exam covering the requirement of Part P of the Building Regulations will be undertaken by all applicants.  

A course portfolio will be developed by applicants based on the practical tasks undertaken  

This is a nationally accredited course. Delegates will receive an EAL VRQ Level 2 Certificate for Domestic Electrical Installers qualification following successful completion of the assessments and exam for all the competences.

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