Domestic Supervisor Course

25 Days £0.00 inc. VAT EAL

Who is this course for?

If you are looking at the most comprehensive qualification and route to becoming a domestic installer then this course certainly is the one. It will combine both in-centre practical training with some home learning modules. On successful completion you will be able to apply to join a Part P scheme provider and sign off all your electrical work as compliant under current building regulations.

** Please note we are currently not running this course. Instead, we recommend our Domestic Electrician Package as an alternative.

When booking our Domestic Supervisor Course, you will have the option of paying for the course in full (£0.00 inc. VAT) or reserving your space by paying a deposit (£ inc. VAT).

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Domestic Supervisor Course

Course Overview

EAL 7695 Qualified Supervisor Domestic Electrician Course

This course has been specifically structured to combine both practical in centre training with online learning to minimise both costs and time required away from home or work. The qualification is aimed at individuals wanting to become a qualified supervisor, join a government approved Part P competent scheme provider and sign off all notifiable work according to the current building regulations. This Domestic Electrician / Installer course is the number 1 route to join a domestic installer scheme as a qualified supervisor. We will give you all the practical skills and knowledge as a training provider to be able to join a scheme provider, however you will have to pass an independent assessment to demonstrate your competency. (How do I join a scheme?)

The full course title is: EAL Level 3 certification in installing, testing and ensuring compliance of electrical installations in dwellings 600/7695/1.

Course Structure

The course will be a combination of practical in centre training, home/online study and ongoing testing to evaluate progress.

The practical element of the course will be over a 4 week period and we suggest that you stick to the structure outlined below to give you the best opportunity of success. We do, however recognise that some people are not able to attend for 20 days at a time due to holiday, work or financial commitments. If that is the case, then you can simply book in weekly blocks (5 Days) and spread the course over as many months as required.

The home study element of the course can typically take to complete between 3 – 7 weeks and very much depends on your time and commitment to finish them.

On completion of your home study modules you will have to contact us to arrange a time to attend your online exams in the training centre.

Course Content – In Centre Practical training

Week 1 – Electrical installation included but not limited to:

Electrical supply and distribution systems
Earth arrangements
Electrical supply and installation specification
Cable, circuit protection devices and cable carrier selection
Lighting, power and safety circuits
Standard electrical accessories
Consumer unit arrangements

Practical assessment – Ongoing assessment during the week to demonstrate competency.

Online exam – 50 multiple choice questions and is an open book exam.

Week 2 – Inspection and testing included but not limited to:

Safe isolation
Regulatory regulations for inspection and testing
Inspection of electrical installations
Completion of electrical installation certificates
Commissioning and approval of electrical installations
Dead and live testing sequences
Types of testing equipment and maintenance

Practical assessment – This will take place on the Friday of the course.

Online exam – 55 multiple choice questions no books.

Week 3 – Electro technical science and fault finding included but not limited to:

Electrical properties
Procedures for completing safe isolation
Recording and reporting electrical faults
Preparation before fault diagnosis
Techniques for diagnosing faults
Procedures to identify faults
Correct faults

Practical assessment plus a written assignment – will take place on the last day of the course.

Online exam – 55 multiple choice questions with no book.

Week 4 – Electrical installation week 2 included but not limited to:

As per installation week 1 plus

Containment – Conduit and trunking
Specialist cables – PVC singles, steel wired armoured, fire proof cables etc.

Written assignment and practical assessment – these will take place on the last day of the course.

Online exam – 40 multiple choice questions open book exam.

Course Content – Home and self-study

Health and safety included but not limited to:

Legislation in the workplace
Applying legislation
Assessing the work environment
Safe working environment
Application of methods and procedures on site

Online exam – 35 multiple choice questions with no book.

Environmental legislation and technologies included but not limited to:

Working practices and principles
Application of environmental legislation and work practices
Methods and procedures to reduce material waste
Impact of work activities on the environment
Technology systems in relation to electrical installations
Safety requirements of PV (Photovoltaic)

Online exam – 35 multiple choice questions with no book.

Organisation and management of the work environment included but not limited to:

Technical and functional information
Requirements for overseeing health and safety
Requirements for liaising with others
Co-ordination of work activities
Organising the provision and storage of resources
Overseeing work activities

Online exam – 55 multiple choice questions with no book

Building Regulations included but not limited to:

Regulatory requirements
Interpretation of information for installation
Procedures and requirements for safe isolation
Practices and procedures for installation
Install wiring systems and enclosures safely
Methods of terminating and connecting
Variations to the installation

Online exam – 20 multiple choice questions open book.

Our Domestic Supervisor Course includes the following:

  • Week 1 – Electrical installation
  • Week 2 – Inspection and testing
  • Week 3 – Electro technical science and fault finding
  • Week 4 – Electrical installation
Domestic Supervisor Course

Course Duration

This course takes place over 5 + weeks. The core course times are Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Please take a look at our course FAQ’S for further course information.

Domestic Supervisor Course

The exams

The exams for this course are listed in the overview above for each of the content sections. Overall there are:

4 Practical Assessments
2 Written Assessments
8 Online Exams

Domestic Supervisor Course

Course literature

The following publications are to be purchased by all customers wishing to take part on the Domestic Supervisor Course. These books are ONLY for sale to customers who have booked a course with us. Books will not be posted out and will be available on the first day of your course.

Domestic Supervisor Course

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course.

If you would like any further information about our Qualified supervisor course, please call us on 01444 688526.

Domestic Supervisor Course
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