On the 23rd of September, Daniel our invigilator was organising electrical examinations at Hockley House Hotel just outside Solihull.
The Hockley House venue is one of our favourites, FOLLOW ME LINK to see more about Hotel House Hotel
We had. great day with 20 candidates turning up to take their City & Guilds 2382 examination. The 18th edition wiring regulations is still our most popular qualification, this industry must qualification is a requirement not only for CPS schemes such as the NICEIC or NAPIT but also a prerequisite for other electrical qualifications such as the 2391 test and inspecting qualification by City & Guilds.
Three of the 18th edition candidates also took us up on our great offer of also taking their Part P qualification on the same day making a huge saving financially and not having to take any additional time off work to get this industry favourite qualification by City & Guilds. ‘feeding two birds with one scone‘
Although the Part P qualification does not allow you to make Part P notifications under Part P of the Building Regulations, for this you would still need to join a competent person scheme such as the NICEIC or NAPIT. It does help tick the boxes to being able to evidence competency around completing electrical works in a dwelling, we find most candidates taking the Part P qualification are looking to undertake non-notifiable works such as switched fused spurs, adding sockets, replacing accessories or fault-finding.
Should you be looking to join a competent person scheme and need a fully detailed explanation of the joining process please visit the two leading CPS schemes available…