Once a trainee has become Part P registered, a governing body of their choice will assess their work which is why it is then advisable to take the City & Guilds 2392 electrical courses qualification to prepare for this examination.
Taking the City & Guilds 2382 will also help with the Part P registration process because this qualification will explain about the BS7671 Wiring Regulations which is essential to becoming a domestic installer.
If you are want to become an electrician or you are a practicing engineer that needs their qualifications updating in order to adhere to the latest building regulations you will need a training centre with the appropriate facilities.
Trainees should always look for centres with dedicated domestic installer facilities that enables student to learn everything necessary to become completely Part P registered.
It is advisable to visit any centre in person before enrolling on an electrical courses to see first hand what it would be like to learn there because sometimes websites and marketing material can be misleading.
If you visit the centre, take the opportunity to speak to current students to see how they are experiencing the training and also speak to the instructors and staff to get a feel for the atmosphere and culture.