The Domestic Installer Course is being held in one of our Electrical Centres and as you'll see on the above video taken live, our students have been pretty busy! Part P Courses remain a massive part to the Electrical Installation process as they provide you with all the essentials to register with the NICEIC/ELECSA as a Domestic Installer.

The City & Guilds accredited Domestic Electrical Course allows for students who do not necessarily hold a comprehensive electrical background to access the domestic electrical industry. Due to the popularity of such course, we have added a PAT Testing qualification to help further develop students’ skills. Here’s an outline of the different stages students can expect over the 5 weeks.

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    Able Skills Electrical Courses are City & Guilds Accredited

    Course 1 - C&G 4555 - Introduction to Domestic Electrical Installation and Understanding Electrical Installation and Applicable Building Regulations: 10 Days

  • Course 2 – C&G 2382-18 (18th Edition): 3 Days
  • Course 3 – C&G 2377-22 – Portable Appliance (PAT) Testing - 2 Days
  • Course 4 – C&G 2392-10 Level 2 Certificate in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification  
  • Course 5 – C&G 2391-50: Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations: 5 Days

We see our students coming to complete one of our Domestic Installer courses for many different reasons, whether they are property developers or they want to be able to carry out house re-wiring on their own. We also have a lot of students wanting to be able to get out and complete electrical work as self-employed in people’s homes.

If you've been considering the Domestic Installer Course, please click here to find out more!