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Part P course building regulations course

Part P Course Buildings Regulations Course

Introduction
Work in building construction or as a domestic electrician? Familiarise yourself with important building requirements and compliance methods with the Certificate in Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings.
Who can attend?
The Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings is for those working in the building trades and others who need to know how electrical installations in homes can affect the building construction.
Objectives
The primary aim of this level 3 qualification is to enable practising electricians, operating in the domestic environment, to gain an understanding of how electrical installations in dwelling must comply with all relevant Building Regulations.
This course is suitable for those working in the building trades and others who require a working knowledge of how electrical installations in dwellings can affect the building construction.
Please note that this qualification is only suitable for those practising their trade in England and Wales due to there being different regulations in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Training Environment
This course is all classroom theory based.
Benefits
To give candidates an understanding of the building regulations Part P.
Course Outline
This qualification is designed meet the needs of candidates who work in the Building Service Engineering sector, such as electricians who need to be able to demonstrate knowledge of Building Regulations for electrical installations in dwellings and associated areas in England and Wales.
It will cover all the relevant parts of the building regulations; A, B, E, F, L, M and P, which the domestic electrician will need to comply with, including:
– The purpose of the regulations
– The enforcement of the regulations
– The requirements of the electrical contractor
Assessment and certification are governed by City and Guilds.
Please note that, due to differing regulations in Scotland and Northern Ireland, this qualification is only suitable for those practicing their trade in England and Wales.