Who is this qualification for?
The aim of this qualification is to 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 the Building Regulations for electrical installations in dwellings and associated areas in England and Wales.
What does the qualification cover?
The primary aim of this knowledge-based level 3 qualification is to enable practising electricians, operating in the domestic environment, to gain an understanding of how electrical installations in dwellings must comply with all relevant Building Regulations.
Carrying out an electrical installation can easily result in non-conformity with the Building Regulations if they are not properly understood. This course will guide through the key approved document that apply to an electrician’s installation work:
- Approved document A: STRUCTURE
- Approved document B: FIRE SAFETY
- Approved document C: RESISTANCE TO CONTAMINATES AND MOISTURE
- Approved document E: RESISTANCE OF SOUND
- Approved document F: VENTILATION
- Approved Document L: CONSERVATION OF FUEL AND POWER
- Approved document M: ACCESS TO AND USE OF BUILDINGS
- Approved document P: ELECTRICAL SAFETY
- Approved document R: PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND NETWORK COONECTIONS
- Approved document S: INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CHARGING ELECTRIC VEHICLES
- Approved document 7: MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
Learners will achieve the following mandatory unit:
101 Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings.
This course consists of an online exam — 40 minutes
Electrician’s Guide to the Building Regulations