Certificate in Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings
This course is designed for learners that wish to undertake domestic electrical work and installations enabling individuals to become a Registered Competent Operative under a Competent Person Scheme (CPS) in the UK.
5 Days (+ Portfolio evidence on-site)
LCL Awards Level 3 Certificate in Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings
18th Edition and Level 3 Inspection & Testing of Electrical Installations. Candidates will also need to source their own qualified mentor to complete their portfolio of evidence.
From £959 inc. VAT
The Certificate in Installing, Testing and Ensuring Compliance of Electrical Installations in Dwellings is an ideal qualification for an electrical installer who is looking to join a Competent Person Scheme and wants to be able to energise their own installations and self-certify.
Changes to IET Electrotechnical Assessment Specifications now require electrical installers to undertake this qualification if they are not currently part of a Competent Person Scheme such as NAPIT.
Course Entry Requirements
Candidates must meet the following requirements to book onto this course:
- Be minimum age 18 years old
- Be up to date with the latest 18th Edition wiring regulations
- Hold a Level 3 qualification in Inspection and Testing of Electrical Installations.
- Have access to a qualified mentor in order to complete a portfolio of evidence.
- Experience working within the electrical installations industry (Recommended)
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This 5 day course covers the following:
- Health and Safety legislation, practices and procedures in electrical installations
- Working practices and the principles of environmental technology systems associated with electrical installations
- Overseeing and organising the work environment when installing electrical installations
- Electrotechnical Occupational Competence
- Planning, preparation and selection of wiring systems and electrotechnical equipment
- Diagnosing and correcting electrical faults
- Installing and connecting wiring systems and electrotechnical equipment
- Principles, practices and legislation for the inspection, testing, commissioning, approving and certification of electrical installations
To pass this course, candidates will need to complete the following:
Candidates will be required to undertake five online assessments, throughout the course.
Candidates will undertake a fault finding assessment within the centre.
Portfolio of Evidence
Learners are required to complete a portfolio of evidence in order to pass the course. This will contain a write up and evidence of three separate installations completed between a learner and a qualified mentor away from the centre (off-site).
Candidates will have 2 years from registration to complete their portfolio.
We can offer candidates the option of completing one of their installs in centre over an extra day for an additional £299 inc VAT.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does this qualification allow me to do?
This qualification is designed to make operatives 'Low Risk' meaning you can work without supervision on domestic electrical installations. It is also a core pre-requisite to be recognised under a Competent Person Scheme.
Will I able to sign off my own work upon qualifying?
You would need to have two years experience in electrical installations first and hold a relevant Level 3 Electrical Installer qualification, in order to join a Competent Person Scheme. Joining a CPS allows you to then sign off your own work.
If you're employed by an electrical company/contractor, a Qualified Supervisor would need to sign off and sample your electrical installs over the first two years. Individuals looking to undertake electrical installs would need to be signed off through their local building control.
Do I need to purchase any books for this course?
A copy of the IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition resource book and Guidance Note 3: Inspection & Testing book are required for this course. You can purchase these directly from us or you can bring your own copy with you to the course.
If you require both, we offer these books as part of an electrical book bundle.
I'm a qualified domestic installer already, why do I need this qualification?
As of September 2021, The IET Electrotechnical Assessment Specification set out new minimum requirements that electricians and electrical installers would need to meet in order to be recognised by a CPS.
Without this qualification it becomes very difficult for an individual to be able to join onto a scheme if they're still within their first two years of qualifying.
Can I do this course as a complete beginner?
This course is available as part of our 6 week Domestic Installer course, that is designed for those who are completely new to the industry who are looking to qualify as an electrical installer.
We would not recommend this standalone course to complete beginners or those who do not meet the prerequisites.
For general enquiries
We are happy to answer any questions, about our courses in a way that suits you. We deal with all enquiries during our business hours.
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41-43 Monckton Rd Ind. Est,
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