Was formally used as Part P introduction and now is a stand alone qualification with City and Guilds.
The exam contains 20 questions in 40 minutes and the pass rate is 14/20, it is electrically biaised with a few technical questions.
The exam can be done at home when you are ready at atime to suit your timetable, evening, weekend, during the day providing we agree the date and time in advance.
You will study the
Building Regulations 2000
Approved Documents mainly Part P
Elements of Health and Safety at Work Act
Elements of Electricity Act
ONLINE VERSION includes important and key information relating to these documents.
Electrical safety – dwellings
The Building Regulations 2000
Design and installation of electrical installations
APPROVED DOCUMENTBuilding Regulations 2000
APPROVED DOCUMENTPElectrical safety – dwellingsComing into effect 6 April 2006
Who is this course for?
Electricians or construction workers wishing to add to their course portfolio and qualifications
No previous experience required just a willingness to learn a new subject.
Can form part of an attractive CV for future employers
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Is this course is suitable for Architects
This course was the assessment package for the Part P but is a stand alone course from city and guilds but still has an electrical bias but is the only course for the qualification. It does not go into great detail like a college course used to, I taught the building regs for 3 hours per week as a HNC subject. It is suitable for the questioner but their knowledge of the regs should be greater than this course could provide however it is still the only one of its type so stands alone 2393-10This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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