Beginners Courses

Once you pass the electro technical certification exam you’ll move onto the next stage which includes working on one of our many new build housing sites. This portion of the training is what sets Skills 4 Trade apart from the competition... How better to learn the trade than on an actually project with experienced electricians.

We require all candidates to have competed the Essential Electrical Course in order to access the Onsite Training.

If you are looking for a course that is not listed above please feel free to contact us as we can likely provide the training you need.

Onsite working and training

Weeks 1-13 Wages : £9 phr

Practical workshop training, second fix accessories inspection and testing of basic circuits.

On site induction and introduction to electrical health and safety in the workplace.

Introduction in to wiring of basic circuits.

Wiring regulations exam.

Weeks 13 -26 Wages : £11phr

Candidates to be placed on site within a structured team alongside experienced electricians.

Second fixing of all accessories within a second fix of a new build house.

Second stage of test and inspection of all installed circuits.

Introduction of heating.

NVQ portfolio to be started and evidence being gathered.

Weeks 26-52 Wage to be reviewed based on candidate’s performance of stage 1 and 2

Candidates to be competent on all aspects of second fix items Have sufficient knowledge of inspection and testing and completing NICEIC test forms.

Competent in heating controls wiring and fault finding.

Have gained required skills to follow wiring diagrams and carry out first fix of electrical installation.

Have gained the following qualifications:

City and guilds 2392
City and guilds 2393
City and guilds 2382

and made sufficient progress working towards City and guilds 2357.

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