This City and Guilds Level 3 2919-01 Qualification is aimed at practising electricians interested in understanding how to install the range of equipment and systems available.
This City and Guilds Health and Safety in a Construction Environment qualification allows you to apply for your CSCS Green Card assessment.
This flexible learning style allows you to study at home around your other commitments.
PAT Testing has now moved forward and has brought the inspection and testing of fixed appliances. This is a regulated qualification which allows you to demonstrate your knowledge for the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical equipment in the UK
This specially designed Training & Assessment package has been put together, primarily for people looking to change careers and move into the Electrical Industry. This package gives you the skills and qualifications to work as a Domestic Electrician or indeed work for a company as an Electrical Engineer (20 Day Package)
Our update course has been designed for those people working within the industry who are qualified holders of the BS7671 (amended 2015). This is a 1 day classroom based course and this update will provide an overview of the changes and includes the 2 hour examination.
Our 18th Edition full course has been designed for people looking to achieve the latest edition of the BS7671
This electrical qualification bundle is aimed towards practicing electricians, or engineers in an associated trade; who do not hold the formal qualifications. Consisting of both theory and practical training, the course places emphasis on inspecting, testing results and the registration process of the electrical installations.On successful completion both BS7671:2018 (18th Edition) and Domestic Electrical Installer will be obtained, certified by Logic Certification Ltd. If you wish, with both qualifications you are able to register with a Competent Person Scheme, such as NICEIC or NAPIT.
Part P is the building regulation that covers electrical safety in dwellings. To register with a Competent Person Scheme (CPS), such as NICEIC, NAPIT or ELECSA, which will allow you to self-certify your work, you will have to demonstrate your competence as an electrical installer, have your 17th Edition wiring regulations (BS7671), know how to inspect and test and show that you adhere to the latest Part P building regulations. The CPS can then issue your customer with a Part P electrical certificate.
When coupled with the BS7671-2018 (18th Edition) course, this course enables electrical engineers to certify their own works by qualifying them to produce minor works certificates. It provides a greater understanding for gas engineers and plumbers, allowing a broader scope of work to offer customers.