Getting Started as a Part P Registered Domestic Installer or a Joint Industry Board Graded Electrician
INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW RULES REQUIRED FOR QUALIFIED SUPERVISORS IN THE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY
The Electrotechnical Assessment Specification Management Committee (EAS) have published the NEW rules for Qualified Supervisors with effect from 1st September 2020. Please see the information below.
The FULL scheme document can be viewed HERE:-
NEW ENTRANTS - QUALIFICATION ROUTE INTO THE DOMESTIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FIELD VIA REGISTRATION AS A PART P SELF CERTIFICATED DOMESTIC INSTALLER THROUGH A CPS OPERATOR:-
Those with 2 years prior practical experience can enrol onto our Domestic Electrical Part P programme here:-
Those without any practical experience of Domestic Electrical Installation work our strongly advised to both gain the hands on practical experience necessary to meet the CPS operators requirements (see CPS links for their own criteria) and consider our fundamental Basic Electrical Circuits - Practical Training in Electrical Installation course to provide you with an initial grounding first.
Detailed information regarding Part P scheme operators assessment criteria and the application process can be gained the following the associated links to their websites below:-
NEW ENTRANTS - QUALIFICATION ROUTE FOR REGISTRATION AS AN 'ELECTRICIAN GRADE' WITHIN THE CRITERIA ISSUED BY THE JOINT INDUSTRY BOARD - FOR ADULTS NOT CURRENTLY EMPLOYED WITHIN THE INDUSTRY AND STARTING FROM SCRATCH!
Adults (16+) who are NOT currently employed within the industry and wish to embark on the most comprehensive 'Electrician's Course' suitable for candidates without any previous skills, experience or qualifications in the commercial or industrial sectors are advised to undertake the NEWCity and Guilds 2365-02 Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings and Structures). Progression is required after completion onto the City & Guilds 2365-03 Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings and Structures). It is IMPORTANT that candidates are aware that after BOTH levels of the 2365 programme have been completed and before you can be graded as an 'Electrician' under the Joint Industry Board rules further units are required from the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Electrotechnical Technology 2357 (Both Knowledge and Onsite Performance Units/AM2). A City and Guilds Learner Declaration will be required on induction confirming that ALL candidates are fully aware of the industry requirements to become graded as 'Electricians'.
Further information regrading JIB grading of Electrcians can be viewed here