The Part P assessments are designed for installers that carry out electrical installation work in dwellings under the supervision of a Qualified Supervisor. There are two Part P assessments:
Both of the above qualifications apply to electrical work covered by Part P of the Building Regulations and BS7671:2008(2011) 17th Edition Wiring Regulations.
Please note that the above qualifications are aimed at installers who work under the supervision of a ‘qualified supervisor’. This qualification DOES NOT meet the minimum requirements for applicants wishing to achieve ‘qualified supervisor’ status.
Applicants should have previous experience in the installation and maintenance of domestic electrical installations. Applicants for the full scope assessment are required to hold the defined scope qualification.
Candidates wishing to take re-assessment must have held the assessment element previously – if this element has expired within 12 months of the assessment date, it will be necessary to take the initial assessment.
The defined scope qualification can normally be completed over a five-day period and the full scope qualification can normally be completed in one day. The assessment of both qualifications normally consists of a combination of both practical and theory examinations.
Certificates are normally valid for 5 years. On expiry, candidates are eligible to take a shorter reassessment.
Training is NOT a pre-requisite for assessment although most candidates do elect to undertake some sort of training prior to the assessment.
Assessment Centres normally provide the opportunity for candidates to undertake training prior to the assessment.
Training materials are available from a number of sources.
Assessment centres wishing to deliver the Part P (Domestic Electrical Installer) qualifications should contact the Certification team.