What will my certificate look like?

In the following post, we will be looking at the certificates successful candidates will receive when passing either the City & Guilds or IOSH qualifications.

The 18th edition

The Level 3 Award in the Requirments for Electrical Installations BS7671:2018 is the qualification awarded to candidates who successfully pass the City & Guilds 2382-18 examination.

At the time of writing, this post; canddiates will still receive two certificates from City & Guilds. The first will be the same as the PDF above, an electronic certificate. Canddiates will normally receive this within 5 working days of successfully passing their 2382-18 examination. The electronic certificate is the official version and can be used for renewing or applying for memberships to the Competent Person Schemes like:

NICEIC
https://www.niceic.com/

NAPIT
https://www.napit.org.uk/

Or when applying or renewing ECS cards such as the JIB Gold Card, ECS Labourers or Trainees cards.

Electrical Certification Scheme
https://www.ecscard.org.uk/card-types

The certificate displays the candidate’s name and the centre where they attended the examination.

It is very important that when canddiates complete the enrollment process they use the name they would like displayed on the 18th edition certificate.

At the bottom of the certificate would display the candidate’s enrollment number, unfortunately for the purpose of data protection, I have removed this information. A canddiates enrollment number is three letters followed by four numbers.

The enrollment number is unique to each candidate, and should you take additional or further City & Guilds qualifications these might be electrical qualifications or non-electrical qualifications you should always ask the centre that is organising the exam to use this enrollment number when completing your registration with City & Guilds. It will link all your qualifications together and make retrieving replacement certificates much easier should you need them.

Within four weeks from your examination date, you will receive a hard copy version sent to you in the post. Should you not receive this copy version within four weeks from your examination date you must contact us to arrange for a replacement. After four weeks canddiates will be charged an additional fee for a replacement.

Part P – Electrical Safety

The Level 3 Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings A.K.A Part P of the Building Regulations is the qualification awards to canddiates who successfully pass the City & Guilds 2393-10 examination.

At the time of writing, this post; canddiates will still receive two certificates from City & Guilds. The first will be the same as the PDF above, an electronic certificate. Canddiates will normally receive this within 5 working days of successfully passing their 2393-10 examination. The electronic certificate is the official version and can be used for evidence that you have a knowledge and understanding of your obligations electrically within a dwelling.

The certificate displays the candidate’s name and the centre where they attended the examination.

It is very important that when canddiates complete the enrollment process they use the name they would like displayed on the Part P certificate.

At the bottom of the certificate would display the candidate’s enrollment number, unfortunately for the purpose of data protection, I have removed this information. A canddiates enrollment number is three letters followed by four numbers.

The enrollment number is unique to each candidate, and should you take additional or further City & Guilds qualifications these might be electrical qualifications or non-electrical qualifications you should always ask the centre that is organising the exam to use this enrollment number when completing your registration with City & Guilds. It will link all your qualifications together and make retrieving replacement certificates much easier should you need them.

Within four weeks from your examination date, you will receive a hard copy version sent to you in the post. Should you not receive this copy version within four weeks from your examination date you must contact us to arrange for a replacement. After four weeks canddiates will be charged an additional fee for a replacement.

Health and Safety in Construction

The Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Constuction Environment is the qualification awarded to canddiates who successfully pass the City & Guilds 6072-51 examination. If your taking this qualification there is a good chance you are looking for an efficient way to gain your Green CSCS Labourers Card issued through the CSCS scheme.

At the time of writing, this post; canddiates will still receive two certificates from City & Guilds. The first will be the same as the PDF above, an electronic certificate. Canddiates will normally receive this within 5 working days of successfully passing their 6072-51 examination. When you have received your e certificate you will be able to upload this evidence to your CSCS account to start the application process to gain your Green CSCS Labourers Card.

Further information on the Construction Skills Certification Scheme can be found on their website:

https://www.cscs.uk.com/

The certificate displays the candidate’s name and the centre where they attended the examination.It is very important that when canddiates complete the enrollment process they use the name they would like displayed on the Health and Safety in a Constuction Environment certificate. We would also recommend you ensure that this name used when enrollment with MJ Electrical Training is the same one used when completing the enrollment with CSCS – to ensure your certificates and registration all match.

At the bottom of the certificate would display the candidate’s enrollment number, unfortunately for the purpose of data protection, I have removed this information. A canddiates enrollment number is three letters followed by four numbers.

The enrollment number is unique to each candidate, and should you take additional or further City & Guilds qualifications these might be for additional Health and Safety qualifications through City & Guilds, you should always ask the centre that is organising the exam to use this enrollment number when completing your registration with City & Guilds. It will link all your qualifications together and make retrieving replacement certificates much easier should you need them.

Within four weeks from your examination date, you will receive a hard copy version sent to you in the post. Should you not receive this copy version within four weeks from your examination date you must contact us to arrange for a replacement. After four weeks canddiates will be charged an additional fee for a replacement.

IOSH Working Safely

The IOSH Working Safely awareness course with centre invigilated final examination is the certification awarded to canddiates who successfully pass the IOSH Working Safely final exam. If your taking this qualification there is a good chance you are looking for an efficient, direct and cost-effective way to gain your ECS Health and Safety Exemption when applying or renewing ECS cards such as the JIB Gold Card, ECS Labourers or Trainees cards.

Electrical Certification Scheme
https://www.ecscard.org.uk/card-types

Successful canddiates will receive a hard copy version of their IOSH Working Safely Certificate along with a PDF letter confirming the examination was undertaken in accordance with the requirements of the ECS making the certificate valid to be used as a Health and Safety exemption.

The certificate displays the candidate’s name and the name of the approved IOSH training centre. It is very important that when canddiates complete the enrollment process they use the name they would like displayed on their IOSH Working Safely Certificate. We would also recommend you ensure that this name used when enrollment with MJ Electrical Training is the same one used when completing the enrollment with the ECS – to ensure your certificates and registration all match.

Within four weeks from your examination date, you will receive a hard copy version sent to you in the post. Should you not receive this copy version within four weeks from your examination date you must contact us to arrange for a replacement. After four weeks canddiates will be charged an additional fee for a replacement.

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