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Part P Course With Final City & Guilds Exam

Online Course, Home Exam, C&G Qualification 2393-10


MJ Training Solutions UK

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Price
£198 inc VAT
Or £66.00/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
20 hours
Access to content
Access until course completion
Qualification
Domestic Electrical Installer
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Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

MJ Training is a City & Guilds approved centre - 007744

The total cost includes the online training, C&G exam with remote (home or work) invigilation and on successfully passing the exam C&G certificates. You could have your Part P certificate within two weeks from today.

You will be emailed within 48 hours from enrollment with course access details and to discuss your preferred examination option.

The City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification is an industry-standard for anyone looking to show knowledge and understanding in their obligations electrically within a dwelling. Also known as Part P of the Building Regulations.

Our Part P – Electrical Safety online course has been designed to offer industry professionals, trainees and associated trade professionals a streamlined, cost-effective and direct approach to gaining their City & Guilds 2393 qualification.

Working through each of the approved documents that relate to an electrical installation we cover what you will need to pass your exam, with test-your-knowledge and practice questions reinforcing the course material.

Our practice mock exams are considered some of the best in the industry and give you an idea of what to expect in the final City & Guilds 2393 exam.

Tutor support is available should you need it.

You will be given an in-depth overview of what to expect on your exam day helping you to fully prepare.

By the end of the course, you will be able to demonstrate that you are fully conversant with the content of the approved documents within the Building Regulations that relate to an electrical installation within a dwelling and be ready to pass your City & Guilds 2393 exam.

On successfully passing the 2393 exam, your results will be emailed to you the same day, with a City & Guilds e-certificate arriving within five working days from your exam date. Your hard copy certificate will arrive within four weeks from your exam date.

Qualification

Domestic Electrical Installer

Awarded by City & Guilds
Regulated by Ofqual

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Description

EXAMINATION OPTIONS EXPLAINED

Centre examination

By selecting this option, you will get all the benefits of coming to one of our many examination centres, with the added benefit of preparing for the examination in your own time and at your own pace. When you are ready to take the examination, contact us to find the next available examination date that works best for you.

Why choose a centre exam?

  • Take the examination when you are ready.
  • The examination will be invigilated by a centre invigilator guiding you through the pre-exam process and on hand should you have any questions.
  • Our computers and internet bandwidth meets the City & Guilds requirements.
  • We have backup computers available should there be any glitches.
  • Instant results at the end of your exam.
  • Change to home or workplace exam at no additional cost.

Home (or workplace) exam

Home and workplace examinations were introduced by City & Guilds in early 2021 to help ease the backlog of examinations due to the COVID pandemic. Because of its success, home and workplace examinations are now available across all City & Guilds evolve end point assessments.

The examination is invigilated directly by City & Guilds using your web camera and microphone. This is by far our most popular option with limited risk of examination being cancelled due to covid.

Why choose, home or workplace examination?

  • Take the examination from the safety and comfort of your home or workplace.
  • Same-day results.
  • Examinations available Monday – Friday 0800hrs, 1130hrs & 1600hrs.
  • Often the quickest way to take your examination.

Candidates must ensure the following:

  • The exam setting must be appropriate.
  • Candidates must have a PC with a recent Microsoft operating system and a good internet connection.
  • Candidates must hold a reasonable level of computer literacy.

Bring the exam centre to your workplace

If you would prefer to have the examination invigilated in person but still taken from your workplace. We can arrange for the exam to take place under the watchful eye of a centre approved invigilator at no additional cost.

Please contact me for further information.

Why choose, workplace invigilated exam?

  • Take the examination from the safety and comfort of your workplace.
  • Examinations are available anytime, seven days a week.
  • The quickest way to take your examination.
  • Instant results at the end of your exam.

DO YOU NEED THIS QUALIFICATION?

If you work or are involved in the electrical industry and undertaking work in a domestic setting, you will need to make sure you are working in accordance with the Building Regulations. By gaining the City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification, you are demonstrating you have a knowledge and understanding of the Building Regulations and electrical safety.

This qualification is not only industry recognised but considered one of the most useful by practising electricians to help generate business. The public instantly recognises Part P as a benchmark that they expect an electrician to be working to. With this Part P qualification candidates will not only make themselves more employable to prospective employers but also help generate themselves work if looking to work as a self-employed person undertaking electrical works in a dwelling.

TRAINING MATERIALS

The 2393-10 qualification by City & Guilds is an open-book exam. This means that candidates will be required to purchase and bring to the exam a copy of The Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations – it is recommended this is updated to the latest version of the 18th edition wiring regulations.

FINAL EXAM.

For your final City & Guilds exam, you will undertake a 40-minute multiple-choice test online. The pass mark is 60%. This equals answering 12 questions, or more, correctly out of 20.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is the MJ Electrical course the full Part P course?

Yes, our online course is the full Part P course, but it is delivered using an online format, this means you don’t need to come to a centre to take the course, you can study from home or work in your own time.

Will the online course work on my phone or tablet?

Yes, the online course works across all different types of electronic devices. This includes your phone, tablet, laptop or PC.

Do I get a City & Guilds Part P certificate?

Yes, successful candidates will receive a City & Guilds electronic certificate emailed to them within five working days after passing the exam and a hard copy version with four weeks.

Do I need any additional training materials?

The 2393-10 qualification by City & Guilds is an open-book exam. This means that candidates will be required to purchase and bring to the exam a copy of The Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations – it is recommended this is updated to the latest version of the 18th edition wiring regulations.

What is in the final exam?

For your final City & Guilds exam, you will undertake a 40-minute multiple-choice test online. The pass mark is 60%. This equals answering 12 questions, or more, correctly out of 20.

Is there a practical assessment?

This Part P qualification by City & Guilds is solely theory-based and provides no practical training. Therefore candidates undertaking this qualification should have a basic understanding of electrical installations.

The City & Guilds 2393-10 is often used as a way to demonstrate academic competency for persons undertaking domestic electrical works. Making it extremely popular with associated trade professionals who undertake non-notifiable electrical works in dwellings.

Can I call myself Part P qualified after completing the course and passing the examination?

Holding this qualification will allow candidates to identify themselves as Part P qualified.

How will I get access to the course material?

After making your booking you will be emailed access to the online tutorial.

Who is this course for?

If you work or are involved in the electrical industry and undertaking work in a domestic setting, you will need to make sure you are working in accordance with the Building Regulations. By gaining the City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification, you are demonstrating you have a knowledge and understanding of the Building Regulations and electrical safety.

This qualification is not only industry recognised but considered one of the most useful by practising electricians to help generate business. The public instantly recognises Part P as a benchmark that they expect an electrician to be working to. With this Part P qualification, candidates will not only make themselves more employable to prospective employers but also help generate themselves work if looking to work as a self-employed person undertaking electrical works in a dwelling.

The City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification is also a great way to show academic competency when completing non-notifiable works within a dwelling. Many of our candidates are associated trade professionals such as plasterers, plumbers, builders, handypersons, DIYers and property owners.

Requirements

The 2393-10 qualification by City & Guilds has no prerequisites, so the qualification is open to anyone that is over the age of 16 and looking to enhance their understanding of the Building Regulations. The qualification is aimed at practising electricians, trainees and associated trade professionals, which might include: handypersons, gas engineers, plumbers, landscapers, kitchen fitters and builders.

Career path

The qualification is aimed at practising electricians, trainees and associated trade professionals, which might include: handypersons, gas engineers, plumbers, landscapers, kitchen fitters and builders.

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Phil asked:

Can this course be completed from home / online no need to visit centre thanks Phil

Answer:

Hi Phil, course material is self-study and the final exam can be taken at home with City & Guilds remotely invigilating you using your web camera, certificates are then emailed and posted to you. No need to come to a centre..Thx, Simon

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