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Domestic electrician course City & Guilds

18th edition and Part P Qualified

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MJ Training Solutions UK

Summary

Price
£420 inc VAT
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Study method
Blended (classroom and online)
Duration
70 hours, Part-time/Full-time
Qualification
Level 3 Award
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Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location & dates

Location
Address
Holiday Inn
Grove Road
BASINGSTOKE
Hampshire
RG213EE
United Kingdom
Address
Almondsbury Interchange Hotel
Gloucester Road
Bristol
Avon
BS324AA
United Kingdom
Address
Premier Inn
Pentwyn Road
Cardiff
CF237XH
United Kingdom
Address
Exeter Court Hotel
EXETER
Devon
EX67XS
United Kingdom

Overview

This amazing package includes both the 18th edition wiring regulations and Part P of the building regulations.

Both are City & Guilds qualifications

The 18th edition wiring regulations course and examination has been developed with the aim of enabling candidates to demonstrate that they are conversant with the latest IET wiring regulations BS7671.

There are no formal requirements to take this qualification, however it is expected that candidates can demonstrate a basic understanding and knowledge of electrical science. Suitable for practicing electricians, associated trade professionals e.g. engineers, contracts managers, consultants, designers, trainees, graduates or anyone looking to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the latest IET wiring regulations BS7671.

Cost efficient and safe online alternative to face-to-face classroom-based learning, our examination centres are safe and clean environments.

  • course is available 24 /7 from your PC, laptop, tablet or phone
  • assessable until you have taken your 2382 examination
  • study what you need to pass the exam not what you don’t
  • conveniently located City & Guilds examination centres
  • mock examinations, test papers and tutor support is all included
  • the City & Guilds examination is included

On successfully passing the 2382 examination you receive:

  • results given straight after the examination
  • same day emailed City & Guilds confirmation of your results
  • electronic City & Guilds certification – normally within 4 days
  • hard copy City & Guilds certification – normally 3 weeks from examination date

Successful candidates will achieve the City & Guilds 2382-18 qualification. The 2382 18th edition qualification is one of the most recognisable and important qualifications in the electrical industry. The 18th edition is a requirement to joining competent person schemes, updating and renewing ECS and JIB cards and enables you to further your qualifications as often the 18th edition is the pre requisite for further electrical qualifications.

The examination is an open book multiple choice exam covering the content of BS7671 18th edition wiring regulations.

Candidates will be required to purchase their own copy of the 18th edition IET wiring regulations.

The Part P of the building regulations course and examination has been developed to enable candidates to show knowledge and understanding In their obligations electrically within a dwelling.

There are no formal requirements to take this qualification however it is expected that candidates can demonstrate an interest in domestic electrical works. The qualification is considered suitable for practicing electricians, associated trade professionals e.g. plumbers, builders, carpenters, kitchen fitters, handy persons, home DIYs, landlords and anyone looking to enhance their knowledge and understanding of their obligations electrically within a dwelling.

Cost efficient and safe online alternative to face-to-face classroom-based learning, our examination centres are safe and clean environments.

The course covers everything you need to know in order to pass the City & Guilds 2393 examination including:

  • course is available 24 /7 from your PC, laptop, tablet or phone
  • assessable until you have taken your 2393 examination
  • conveniently located City & Guilds examination centres
  • mock examinations, test papers and tutor support all included
  • the City & Guilds examination is included in the cost

On successfully passing the 2393 examination you receive:

  • results given straight after the examination
  • same day emailed City & Guilds confirmation of your results
  • electronic City & Guilds certification – normally within 4 days
  • hard copy City & Guilds certification – normally 3 weeks from examination date

Successful candidates will achieve the City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification. The 2393 Part P qualification is the most recognised to be able to confidently call yourself Part P qualified.

Recognised by industry but in our experience more importantly recognised by the public, letting agents and land lords – Being Part P qualified is seen as the industry standard by the public, although this qualification is often overlooked by practising electricians.

The examination an open book multiple choice exam covering the content of the Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations.

Candidates will be required to purchase their own copy of the book.

Qualification

Level 3 Award
Awarded by City & Guilds
Regulated by Ofqual

Course media

Description

The course covers all aspects of the IET wiring regulations BS7671 (18th Edition)

The 7 Parts of the BS7671

Part 1 - Scope, object & fundamental principles

Part 2 - Definitions

Part 3 - Assessment of general characteristics

Part 4 - Protection for safety

Part 5 - Selection and erection of equipment

Part 6 - Inspecting and testing

Part 7 - Special locations

And the appendices

After looking at each of the subject areas and getting an understanding of the BS7671 there are:

  • 60 guided questions
  • 20 practice test papers each with 20 different questions
  • 2 mock timed examinations

Part P of the building regulations

Part P is an approved document within the Building Regulations relating to electrical installations and is considered the standard when completing electrical works within a dwelling. Customers often refer to electricians as being Part P qualified!

Our bespoke online training platform gives candidates the knowledge they need in order to pass the City & Guilds 2393-10 examination and be regarded as Part P qualified.

Start to show your competency and understanding of your obligations electrically within a dwelling.

Our examination centres are located in:

  • Heathrow
  • Basingstoke
  • Solihull
  • Cardiff
  • Bristol
  • Exeter
  • Reading
  • Guildford

Who is this course for?

These qualifications are primarily aimed at practising electricians with relevant experience and other allied professionals e.g. surveyors, consultants. builders, kitchen fitters, developers and anyone needing to update and enhance their understanding of IET Wiring Regulations & Part P of the Building Regulations.

Requirements

There are no pre-requisites for taking the qualification.

The examinations are open book. Candidates will be required to purchase their own copies of BS7671 and the electricians guide to the building regulations.

Career path

You will need this qualification if you want to progress anywhere within the electrical industry. Employed or Self employed this 18th edition 2382 qualification is the minimum requirement by CPS schemes, ECS, JIB, Advanced electrical qualifications.

Questions and answers


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lynn asked:

Please also advise if the the 18th Edition means you can work on commercial properties? thanks

Answer:

Hi Lynn, yes and no is the answer to this question. You would need this qualification to get the necessary recognition to work commercially but this qualification alone does not allow you to do anything electrically. You still have to be competent and be able to evidence this through experience & qualifications. Please give me a call and i will happily help you with your electrical journey.

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lynn asked:

Hi, Please can you advise if a total beginner (no experience other than wiring a plug) would be able to pass this course?

Answer:

Hi Lynn, neither qualifications 2382 or 2393 have any practical assessment. Often candidates take these qualifications with no intention of becoming an electrician - they might be working in associated trades, lighting designers, or theatre production etc the list is endless. The best advice i can give you is if your free please give me a call and i will try and help you with your electrical journey. Thx, Simon

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Finn asked:

Does this include practical lessons

Answer:

Hi Finn, there is no requirement by C&G for either the 2382 (18th edition) or 2393 (Part P) for a practical assessment, we do not offer practical training to candidates. If you would like to discuss further please do not hesitate in calling me. thx, Simon

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James asked:

Is this qualification recognised in the USA?

Answer:

Hi James, the 18th edition IET wiring regulations - BS7671 is British Standard 7671. I do not think it would help you much in the USA. Unless you are planning on working in the UK at some point in the future. As without this qualification its very hard to do anything electrically here.

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Daphnee asked:

I am a home owner in the process of doing my house and would like to rewire it making it up to date. Will this course be useful for me.

Answer:

The City & Guilds 2393 qualification is very useful as it starts to demonstrate you are competent in understanding your obligations electrically within a dwelling, and competency is a requirement of the regulations. However there is no practical requirements for this qualification it is all theory based. If you would like to discuss further pease do not hesitate in giving me a call. Thx, Simon

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