Part P Domestic Installer
(C&G 2393-10)

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Part P of the Building Regulations came into effect in 2005, and deals specifically with electrical safety in dwellings. Its purpose is to ensure home electrical installations are designed, installed, inspected, and tested to meet the regulations.

The main objectives of Part P are as follows:

  1. Electrical Safety: Part P aims to protect homeowners and occupants from the risks associated with faulty electrical installations. It sets out standards and requirements for electrical work in dwellings to minimise the likelihood of electrical shocks, fires, and other electrical hazards.

  2. Competency and Certification: Part P promotes the use of competent persons who have the necessary knowledge and skills to carry out electrical work safely. 

  3. Compliance and Documentation: Part P emphasises the importance of compliance with electrical safety standards. It requires that electrical installations are tested and certified by competent persons, and that the necessary documentation is provided to homeowners. This could be a Minor Works Certificate for non-notifiable works or an electrical installation and a Part P certificate for notifiable works. 

The benefits of Part P:

  1. Improved Safety: Part P helps safeguard homeowners and occupants by reducing the risk of electrical accidents, electric shocks, and electrical fires. It sets standards for electrical installations, ensuring they are properly designed, installed, and tested to minimise hazards.

  2. Professional Standards: By requiring electrical work to be carried out by registered electricians or notified to building control, Part P encourages professionalism and competence in the electrical industry. It promotes the use of qualified electricians who have the necessary skills and knowledge to perform safe and reliable electrical installations.

  3. Peace of Mind: Compliance with Part P gives homeowners peace of mind knowing that the electrical work in their dwellings has been carried out by qualified professionals and meets the necessary safety standards. It provides assurance that the electrical system is less likely to pose risks to their wellbeing and property.

  4. Property Value: Having electrical work certified and meeting Part P requirements can potentially enhance the value of a property. Prospective buyers are often reassured by the presence of an electrical installation certificate and evidence of compliance with electrical safety regulations.

Part P of the Building Regulations exists to ensure electrical safety in dwellings. It promotes the use of competent persons, sets standards for electrical installations, and provides homeowners with peace of mind, improved safety, and the correct certification. 

The City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification is an industry standard for anyone looking to show knowledge and understanding in their obligations electrically within a dwelling. Also known as Part P of the Building Regulations.

Our Part P – Electrical Safety online course has been designed to offer industry professionals, trainees and associated trade professionals a streamlined, cost-effective and direct approach to gaining their City & Guilds 2393 qualification.

Working through each of the approved documents that relate to an electrical installation, which include:

Part A – Structure.
The depth of chases in walls, sizes of holes and notches in floor and roof joists.

Part B – Fire Safety.
The provision of fire alarms, fire detection and heat alarms. The resistance of service penetration through floors, walls and ceilings. 

Part C – Site Preparation and resistance to contaminants and moisture. 
The resistance of service penetrations to rainwater and contaminants such as radon

Part E – Resistance to the Passage of Sound.
Soundproofing and service penetrations.

Part F – Ventilation.
Dwelling ventilation rates.

Part L – Conservation of Fuel and Power.

Metering, energy-efficient lighting and controls.

Part M – Access to and use of Buildings.
Height of Socket Outlets and Switches.

We cover what you will need to pass your final exam with test-your-knowledge and practice questions that will help reinforce course material.

Our practice mock exams are considered some of the best in the industry and give you an idea of what to expect in the final City & Guilds 2393 exam.

Tutor support is available should it be needed. This can be completed either via email, telephone or video call. 

The course will also give you an in-depth overview of what to expect on your examination day, helping you thoroughly prepare for either the home examination or a centre examination.

By the end of the course, you will be able to demonstrate that you are fully conversant with the content of the approved documents within the Building Regulations that relate to an electrical installation within a dwelling and be ready to pass your City & Guilds 2393 exam.

When you are ready, contact us to arrange your final City & Guilds exam. The quickest and most guaranteed option is to take the exam from home or workplace. 

On successfully passing the 2393 exam, your results will be emailed to you the same day, with a City & Guilds e-certificate arriving within five working days from your exam date. Your hard copy certificate will arrive within four weeks from your examination date.We give you the information you need to pass the final City & Guilds examination.

The course material covers the latest version of the “Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations” which has been updated to amendment 2 of BS7671. Candidates who take the final examination will be enrolled for the City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification. You will need a copy of the “Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations” to complete the course and final examination. 

After completing the enrollment process, you will receive instant access to the online course material. Followed within a few hours, an email from us thanking you for the booking and outlining the process to get the final examination booked.

There is no rush to take the final examination. You have twelve months from enrollment to complete this. 

We will work together through the book from cover to cover, looking at the areas you must work through to maximise your chances of passing the final 2393-10 examination. There are guided questions, test your knowledge exercises and practice questions for each of the approved documents. With some excellent final mock examinations at the end of the course. 

Tutor support is available should it be needed. This can be completed either via email, telephone or video call. 

The course will also give you an in-depth overview of what to expect on your examination day, helping you thoroughly prepare for either the home examination or a centre examination.

By the end of the course, you will be able to demonstrate that you are fully conversant with Part P of the Building Regulations. 

When ready, you can contact us to arrange your final City & Guilds exam. The quickest and most guaranteed option is to take the exam from home or the workplace. 

On successfully passing the 2393 examination, your results will be emailed out the same day, with a City & Guilds e-certificate arriving within seven working days from the examination date. Hard copy certificates will arrive within four weeks from the examination date.

 

Centre Examination

Taking your final City & Guilds examination from a centre has never been easier. MJ Electrical Training has the largest centre network available to candidates with 35 locations throughout England, Wales & Scotland. Examinations can be taken most weeks from all our centre locations. 

Select the centre examination and choose your preferred location. Shortly after completing the enrollment process, we will be in touch to organise a date that works for you.

Why choose a centre examination?

Take the examination can be taken from a local test centre.

  • Examinations are available most weeks at all locations. 
  • Quick turnaround.
  • Same-day results.
  • All examinations are directly organised by MJ Electrical Training.

Home exam

(Can be taken at work or anywhere with an appropriate setting)

Home examinations were introduced by City & Guilds in early 2021 to help ease the backlog of examinations due to the COVID pandemic. Because of its success, home and workplace examinations are now available across all City & Guilds e-volve end point assessments. 

The examination is invigilated directly by City & Guilds using your web camera and microphone.

Why choose a home examination?

Take the examination from the safety and comfort of your home or workplace. 

  • Same-day results.
  • Examinations are available Monday – Friday 0800hrs, 1130hrs & 1600hrs. 
  • Often, it is the quickest way to take your examination.

Candidates must ensure the following:

  • The exam setting must be appropriate.
  • Candidates must have a PC with a recent Microsoft operating system and a stable internet connection.
  • Candidates must hold a reasonable level of computer literacy.
  • Technical issues on examination day resulting from candidate error will require a rebooking fee of £42.00.

Bring the examination centre to your workplace

If you would prefer to have the examination invigilated in person but still taken from your workplace. We can arrange for the exam to take place under the watchful eye of a centre approved invigilator at no additional cost. 

Please get in touch with me for further information… simon.hodge @ mjelectricaltraining.co.uk

Why choose workplace-invigilated exams?

  • Take the examination from the safety and comfort of your workplace.
  • Examinations are available anytime, seven days a week.
  • Most flexible option.
  • Instant results at the end of your exam.
  • Perfect for group bookings. 

The 2393-10 qualification by City & Guilds has no prerequisites, so the qualification is open to anyone that is over the age of 18 and looking to enhance their understanding of the Building Regulations. The qualification is aimed at practising electricians, trainees and associated trade professionals, which might include: handypersons, gas engineers, plumbers, landscapers, kitchen fitters and builders.

If you work or are involved in the electrical industry and undertaking work in a domestic setting, you will need to make sure you are working in accordance with the Building Regulations. By gaining the City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification, you are demonstrating you have a knowledge and understanding of the Building Regulations and electrical safety.

This qualification is not only industry recognised but considered one of the most useful by practising electricians to help generate business. The public instantly recognises Part P as a benchmark that they expect an electrician to be working to. With this Part P qualification, candidates will not only make themselves more employable to prospective employers but also help generate work if looking to work as a self-employed person undertaking electrical work in a dwelling.

The City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification is also a great way to show academic competency when completing non-notifiable works within a dwelling. Many of our candidates are associated trade professionals such as plasterers, plumbers, builders, handy-persons, DIYers and property owners. 

To undertake any electrical work within a dwelling, you must have practical knowledge and skills. Passing the C&G 2393-10 qualification alone only helps demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of your obligations electrically within a dwelling.

By gaining the City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification candidates may like to consider progressing into employment or to the following City & Guilds qualifications:

  • City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Fundamental Inspection, Testing and Initial Verification (2392-10)
  • City & Guilds Level 3 Award in Initial Verification (2391-50)
  • City & Guilds Level 3 Award in the Periodic Inspection (2391-51)
  • City & Guilds Level 3 Award in Inspection and Testing (2391-52)
  • City & Guilds Level 4 Higher Professional Diploma in Building Services Engineering (4467-04)

Is the MJ Electrical course the full Part P course?
Yes, our online course is the full Part P course, but it is delivered using an online format. You don’t need to come to a centre to take the course. You can study from home or work on your own time. 

Will the online course work on my phone or tablet?
Yes, the online course works across all different types of electronic devices. This includes your phone, tablet, laptop or PC.

Do I get a City & Guilds Part P certificate?S
Successful candidates will receive a City & Guilds electronic certificate emailed to them within seven working days after passing the exam and a hard copy version within four weeks.

Do I need any additional training materials?
The 2393-10 qualification by City & Guilds is an open-book exam. This means that candidates will be required to purchase and bring to the exam a copy of The Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations – it is recommended this is updated to the latest version of the 18th edition wiring regulations – BS7671 A2 2022 (Brown Version). The correct version can be purchased using the following link: 

Buy the Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations here.

What is in the final exam?
For your final City & Guilds exam, you will undertake a 40-minute multiple-choice test online. The pass mark is 60%. This equals answering 12 questions, or more, correctly out of 20.

Is there a practical assessment? 
This Part P qualification by City & Guilds is solely theory-based and provides no practical training. Therefore candidates undertaking this qualification should have a basic understanding of electrical installations.

The City & Guilds 2393-10  is often used to demonstrate academic competency for persons undertaking domestic electrical works. Making it extremely popular with associated trade professionals who undertake non-notifiable electrical works in dwellings. 

Can I call myself a qualified electrician after completing the course and passing the examination?
On passing the final City & Guilds 2393-10 qualification, you will be awarded a Level 3 certificate, which helps demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of your obligations electrically within a dwelling. Please remember that on passing this qualification alone, you are NOT a qualified electrician or entitled to make or issue Part P certificates for notifiable works completed within a dwelling.

How will I get access to the course material?
After selecting your preferred examination option and you have completed the enrolment process, you will be automatically emailed access to the online tutorial. If for any reason, you don’t receive the course access, please, email, ring or live chat message me, and I will resend you the link. 

What payment options are there?
We have two different payment options available, PayPal and Stripe. This gives you plenty of flexibility to pay with either a credit or debit card or splitting the payment using PayPal.

How long do I have to complete the course and exam?
Enrolled candidates will have 12 months to complete the online course material and take the final examination.

I am undecided about whether to book!
You are more than welcome to call me or try the live chat option, and I will happily try and answer any questions you might have. Alternatively, please visit our reviews platform and see what some of our previous candidates say about us.

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