"Why such good value?
What's the catch?"
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"Why such good value?
What's the catch?"
We keep being asked why is your 15 day Domestic Electrician Course so cheap in comparison to other electrical training providers and what’s the catch?
The simple answer is we are not cheap and there is no catch, some of our competitors are simply over pricing and uncompetitive! We manage all of our business costs with close scrutiny so that we can keep all of our overheads as low as possible and not pass any additional costs on to our customers. This in turn allows us to be competitive and realistic with our course prices.
We also recognise that financially times are tough at the moment and people are not prepared or able to pay unrealistic training course costs.
We are so convinced that our 15 Day Domestic Electrician Course is the most competitive package on the market today we will even price match if you manage to find an equivalent course for less elsewhere.
Who is this course for?
One of our most popular electrician courses, this course is designed for those who are looking to get started as a domestic electrician, whether you have little or no experience or are an associate tradesperson. If you are looking to get qualified quickly and start carrying out domestic electrical work straight after finishing your training then this is the right course for you.
When booking our Domestic Electrician Course, you will have the option of paying for the course in full (£1795 inc. VAT) or reserving your space by paying a deposit (£700 inc. VAT).
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This course has been created specifically to bring all the key electrical courses together to give you the qualifications, knowledge, skills and competency required to become a Domestic Installer. It will allow you to ensure that your work meets current building and wiring regulations.
If you’re new to the trade and don’t have many tool skills, we suggest the Domestic Electrician Package with our unique Experience Week. Here you will be able to put your skills to use in realistic scenarios within our three mock flats.
EC4U Domestic Electrician Course contains the following electrical training courses:
Key Stage Electrician Course – (Duration 5 Days)
This course was designed specifically for people with little or no experience of electrical work who are looking to either pursue a career as an electrician (self-employed or employed), combine it with an existing trade or to undertake your own property renovations. We will show you how to install electrical circuits inside and outside of properties and equip you with the essential knowledge and skills required to complete our Domestic Electrician Course.
Part P Course City & Guilds 2393 – (Duration 2 Days)
This Part P course will deliver an excellent understanding and working knowledge of the Building Regulations which have been in place since the 1st January 2005. Part P of the Building regulations is specific to electrician’s safety within domestic dwellings and covers the dos and don’ts we must follow as domestic Installers when working in somebody’s house.
18th Edition Wiring Regulations 2018 City & Guilds 2382 – (Duration 3 Days)
The objective of this course is to give you an excellent understanding of the current wiring regulations that electricians need to follow when doing any electrical installation work. This qualification is essential to be able to apply and join a government approved Part P competent scheme.
Inspection and Testing City & Guilds 2392 – (Duration 5 Days)
In this course we will show you how to inspect and test any new or altered electrical circuits starting with dead tests to prove it is safe to turn the power back on and then live tests to prove that the circuits are safe and meet current wiring regulations criteria. You will then be shown how to complete the required paperwork (Schedule of Test Results) that needs to be left with the consumer unit/fuse box to comply with Part P of the Building Regulations.
Our Domestic Electrician Course includes the following:
This course consists of four separate courses and will last 15 days. The core course times are Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Please take a look at our course FAQ’S for further course information.
During this course you will take 3 multiple choice on-line exams and one practical assessment. They are as follows:
Inspection and testing course – 2 exams
1. Online multiple choice exam consisting of 50 questions which you have 1 Hour and 40 minutes to complete.
2. A practical assessment where you will have to demonstrate that you know how to safely isolate a consumer unit, perform all the live and dead tests and fill in all the necessary paperwork to comply with Part P of the Building Regulations. You will have 2 Hours to complete this assessment.
Part P Course – 1 exam
Online multiple choice exam consisting of 20 questions which you have 40 minutes to complete. (Open book exam)
18th edition course – 1 exam
Online multiple choice exam consisting of 60 questions which you have 2 hours to complete. (Open book exam)
The following publications are to be purchased by all customers wishing to take part on the Domestic Electrician Course. These books are ONLY for sale to customers who have booked a course with us. Books will not be posted out and will be available on the first day of your course.
There are no qualification entry requirements, however you will need to be 18 or over to attend this electrical training course.
If you would like any further information about our Domestic Electrician course or any of our electrical courses, please call us on 01444 872145 and we will be delighted to help you. We understand that it may not be practical to train over 3 consecutive weeks so you can break the course up and complete it a week at a time and pay a week at a time. Please ask our sales staff for more information.
Why should I choose EC4U?
At Electrician Courses 4U we offer real quality, realistically priced training with unique practical facilities to give you a training centre like no other. Our training team have years of industry and training experience behind them and are always willing to go the extra mile.
What electrical work can I do after this course?
This course will allow you to carry out domestic electrical work after successful completion of the course. You will be able to carry out any form of minor works such as adding to or altering an existing circuit. You will also be suitably qualified to carry out what is called notifiable work which can include the installation of a new circuit, a re-wire or work in a bathroom. The difference with notifiable work is that building control have to be informed.
Can I split the course up?
Yes, you can. Each of the course modules can be booked as a standalone course using the drop down menu at the top of the page. We would suggest keeping the courses in the order you find them in Domestic Electrician Course.
Can I make the payment in instalments?
If you wanted to break the payments up into more manageable chunks, consider our pay as you train option. Pay a deposit of £700 to secure your chosen course dates, then simply pay the balance for each individual course 3 weeks before the course start dates. For a more detailed look at this option click here.
What are my next steps?
After completing your course there’s nothing to stop you going out and carrying out electrical work straight away. If you wanted to expand your knowledge and skills, you could consider our Level 3 Inspection and Testing Package. This will teach you how to test three phase circuits that tend to be found in commercial environments as well as how to carry out periodic inspection and testing. Alternatively, if you are considering joining a Part P scheme provider in the future, look at our Experience Course followed by our Domestic Electrician Top Up Course.
Do I have to join a registration Scheme like the NICEIC after the course?
Absolutely not. You will be able to undertake non-notifiable and notifiable work, as long as building control are informed.
How do I gain experience?
You can gain experience in a number of ways. Working with an existing electrician is one possible route, carrying out only minor works until you start to gain more confidence is another. It’s worth remembering that you don’t need to be a member of a part p scheme to notify work, you can always go through building control if necessary. If it’s a question of feeling nervous working in customers’ homes, starting with work for family or friends is another possibility. After completing your course you will also be invited to join our EC4U alumni, a supportive network of other electricians who have trained at EC4U. You can use this forum to seek advice, ask questions and find fellow electricians who may be able to offer you experience.
Will you help me after the course?
Uniquely we offer a closed forum to all of our customers which can be used to provide opportunities for networking for those that want to gain some experience as well as technical advice if the need arises. Every member of the forum will have gone through the same steps you will have undertaken leading to a very responsive and helpful community. We also offer a dedicated technical help line, meaning if you struggle with a solution to any issues you may be having during a job one of our experienced instructors will be able to offer advice and guidance. Read more about our after course support here.