Domestic Electrical Installer Course

There has been some confusion of late regarding the requirements for registration under the Part P self-certification schemes. This has caused problems for anyone wanting to come into the industry, making it unclear which qualifications are essential and which ones are preferred, etc.

Erudite Training has tried to dispel this confusion by working directly with several of the Part P bodies. We are working closely with Stroma, and have been assured that the following combination of qualifications in our package is relevant and will meet the requirements of their registration process.

This course is aimed at anyone wanting to get into the industry, but will also cover those that want to gain registration and to work self-employed/start an electrical contracting business, carrying out notifiable work enabling self-certification.


Looking to become a Fully Qualified Electrician and take your first steps towards your NVQ? See our Level 2 and 3 Diploma Courses here.


What we would suggest for all of our Domestic Installer students would be to complete the course with a view to gaining employment in the industry, to allow you to gain the relevant experience. This approach ensures that you have the relevant skill set should you decide that you want to work for yourself. It also means that you are less likely to find yourself in the position of not being competent to complete any work undertaken, which is not only an awkward position to find yourself in but could also be dangerous for any potential clients, (unacceptable and could land you in legal trouble).

Whilst working in the industry you will be gaining the required knowledge to be able to register. There is a requirement that each candidate should have industry experience before registering with one of the appropriate Part P registration bodies: the level of experience required would depend on which registration body you chose and we would advise speaking to each one before making a decision.  Once you have the relevant experience, the next step would be for the registration body to come out and assess your work. For more info on what they want to see, a conversation with them will clear up any confusion.


The breakdown of qualifications is as follows;

Domestic Installer Course – 20 day

  • Logic Domestic installer certificate
  • City and Guilds 18th Edition Wiring Regulations
  • City and Guilds 2393 Building Regulations
  • City and Guilds 2392 Fundamental Inspection and Testing.


Kit and Book List

You will need to bring certain books and tools along with you for your Domestic Electrical Installer course – these tools and books will be your livelihood and needed in your everyday work!

Click below to download the D.E.I. Kit and Book List.

Domestic Installer 2018 Kit and Book list


20 DAYS  –  £1955+VAT (£2346) inc fees.

Instalment payment plans available.


Not only do we have extremely high pass rates for this course, but, most importantly, our customers leave us competent and confident.

As our Domestic Installer package is quite complex, it will be beneficial for one of our Domestic Installer lecturers to speak to you. Feel free to ring the office on 0161 425 7996 or email so we can help arrange a telephone call or meeting for you.


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