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LOGIC Level 2 Domestic Electrical Installers - Full Scope and City & Guilds 2393-10 Part P Building Regulations.

This course is suitable for those who have no formal electrical qualification and who work in plumbing, kitchen installation, security alarms, telecommunications, property maintenance, garden installation, air-conditioning, bathroom installation, gas installers, etc. and with to join a Domestic Installer Scheme. On completion of the course the candidate will be required to join on of the Approved Schemes.

Part of the criteria for the course is that there should be no barrier to entry and that anybody can apply. However should the individual feel that they possess no electrical aptitude whatsoever, we would recommend that serious consideration is given to attending the Basic Domestic Eltectrical Course or the Essential Electrical course prior to the LOGIC Level 2 Domestic Electrical Installers - Full Scope course.
 
Successful completion of the LOGIC Level 2 Domestic Electrical Installers - Full Scopes courses and appropriate assessment will suitable prepare the individual to undergo site inspection under the NAPIT or NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme.
 
In order for electrical installers to self-certify that their domestic installation work in England and Wales is compliant with Part P of the building regulations. They must either be registered with a competent person scheme such as the NAPIT or NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme or register electrical work with the local building control before work starts. All applicants to the Domestic Installer Scheme must meet a number of requirements, in particular be able to demonstrate they have the ability to install, inspect, test and certify their work in accordance with BS 7671, and to comply with the relevant Building Regulations.
 
This training course has been provided to assist electricians and others outside the industry to prepare for Part P of the Building Regulations. It has been developed in partnership by the NICEIC (the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting), CORGI and the ECA (Electrical Contractors’ Association).
 
With the advent of Part P, the above organisations, have decided to collaborate and provide a modular training course with the intention of it becoming a national qualification for domestic installers.
 
The Domestic Electrical Installers course covers the scope of work to become competent for electrical work within a dwelling.  It will consist of 9 modules and be delivered over approximately 5 days.
 
This LOGIC Level 2 Domestic Electrical Installers - Full Scope course includes a range of topics such as:
 
  • Applicable Building Regulations
  • Electrical Safety legislation, Regulations Standards and Terminology
  • Pre work Survey / Inspection
  • Identification of unsafe electrical situations
  • Earthing and bonding requirements
  • Electrical test procedures
  • Cable and component selection
  • Installation and replacement of electrical components
  • Checking the correct and safe operation of installed electrical components
  • Recording of electrical test results and completion of certification
  • Installing and/or rerouting cables
  • Special locations
  • New circuit requirements
  • Lighting installations
  • Maintenance
  • Supplies
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    Assessment
     
  • Multi-choice examination covering the requirement Domestic Electrical Installations will be undertaken by all applicants
  • A course portfolio will be developed by applicants based on the practical tasks undertaken
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    This is a nationally accredited course. Individuals will receive an LOGIC Level 2 Domestic Electrical Installers - Full Scope qualification following successful completion of the assessmens and exam for all the competences.
     

    Part P Building Regulations C&G 2393-10

    Domestic Electrical Installers need to appreciate the requirements that apply to building work they carry out in connection with their electrical work, they need to understand the way that Building Control works and the procedures that need to be followed to help them comply with all relevent Building regulations. This qualification is ideal for those that are looking to undertake work in the building trades and who require a working knowledge of how electrical installations in dwellings can affect the building construction.

    Drration 1 Day with self study and a 2hr exam

     
     
     
     
     
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    City & Guilds 2382 18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    Head Office:

    Crownship Developments Ltd,

    Charlton House Mews,

    Bridge Street, Brigg,

    North Lincolnshire,

    DN20 8NQ

     

    Technical Centre:

    Crownship Technical,

    Unit 13,

    Temple Street Unit Factory Estate,

    Station Drive,

    Hull,

    HU5 1AD

     

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