New Entrant Domestic Electrical Installer Course

  • £2750
  • 22 Days
  • Accredited Certification
  • London

Logic4training’s Domestic electrician course – is a flexible electrical training programme for those wishing to become a domestic electrical installer but who don’t necessarily have relevant prior experience or qualifications. Successful candidates will have the skills, knowledge and qualifications to find employment or work on a self-employed basis as a domestic electrical installer.

The Domestic Electrical Installer Programme starts with the basic electrical installation and safety, covering everything required to install and maintain electrical installations in a domestic setting, such as re-wiring a house or simple jobs such as new sockets and light fittings.

All topics are broken down into easy-to-digest sections, with industry recognised qualifications and certificates of competence awarded on completion of each module.

Candidates will carry out a full domestic installation within the practical training area.

Electrical wiring regulations, standards and associated documents
Competent Persons Schemes (CPS), why they are needed and how to register
Safe working and isolation
Basic electrical theory, including OHMS Law, power laws and resistance
Building Regulations – Part P and Part M
Understanding wiring and circuit diagrams
Electrical components including consumer units and safety devices
Installation techniques and correct use of tools
Cable calculations, types, connecting and terminating
Use of electrical test meters and subsequent calculations
Testing, fault finding, earthing and bonding
Electricity containment, trunking and conduits
Electrical applications – lighting circuits, showers, spurs and cookers
Initial verification, testing and certification of electrical installations, including
three-phase testing
Health and Safety – asbestos awareness, manual handling, fire safety and working at heights
On successful completion of the New Entrants Domestic Electrical Programme, students will receive competence certificates for the different technical elements.

Candidates will be required to demonstrate experience (minimum 2 years) before they can apply to join a Competent Persons’ Scheme (i.e. NAPIT, Elecsa, NIC, Stroma) – a necessary requirement for electrical installations in domestic properties and to notify under Approved Document Part P.

This could be with companies or for family/friends and need not be full time.


Unit 2,

1 Rowdell Road,



UB5 5QR,

Tel: 0208 845 7222