Domestic Electrical Installer Courses

Build a career as a domestic installer with our approachable, beginner-friendly course

Want to get started in the electrical trade?

Try our excellent Domestic Electrical Installer Course, sometimes referred to as a Part P course. This is the perfect entry route for a beginner who wants to forge a new career as a domestic electrician. You’ll learn a wide range of electrical skills focusing on the fundamentals all electricians need to know, including:

  • Practical, hands-on installation work
  • Theory and knowledge around installation and testing
  • Diagnosing problems and creating solutions

From full rewires through to adding new circuits, you’ll learn everything you need to know to provide domestic electrical installations competently and even start your own business.

Choose from our standard domestic electrical installer course, or upgrade to the plus version for additional qualifications in Periodic Inspection and Testing as well as a new and exciting Electric Vehicle Charging course.

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Domestic Electrical Installer - Standard Package


36 Days


Stoke on Trent


£4499 ex VAT

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Domestic Electrical Installer - Plus Package


42 Days


Stoke on Trent


£5248 ex VAT

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Course overview

The Domestic Electrical Installation course is perfect for newcomers to the electrical trade looking to get started and learn the core skills needed for any domestic installation.

Who it’s for

This course is ideal for anyone who wants to become a fully qualified domestic electrician, is new to the industry or just wants to up their trade skills to diversify their careers.

What qualifications will I earn?

The course covers everything you’ll need to carry out domestic installation work. It includes the latest City & Guilds and LCL Level 3 qualifications to match the technical competence requirements of the Electrotechnical Assessment Specification and Competent Person Schemes (NICEIC, NAPIT and STROMA).

How long is the course?

The domestic electrical installer course consists of 36 days of scheduled training, additional home study and site experience. The Plus package requires 42 days of training, additional home study and site experience.

Does it make me a fully qualified electrician?

Both the Standard and Plus packages will train you to be a fully qualified domestic installer - which means you can work on residential properties. Many of our course attendees go on to set up their own businesses as domestic installers without needing to take additional training.

Once you have built up your experience on site you will then register with an industry body such as NICEIC or NAPIT for self-certification to expand your skills and grow your career. You can also return to Rebus to upskill in growing fields such as that of Electric Vehicle Charging installation.

Why train with Rebus?

When you’re training somewhere, you want to feel cared for and appreciated. At Rebus Training we have a reputation for excellent tuition and approachable, friendly service which we’re very proud of.

We’re founded by electricians, for electricians, so we can talk the talk, walk the walk and everything in between. We know how hard it can be to get started - so let us help you take the first step. For a free and friendly chat, call us anytime we’re open and let us know you’re interested in training with us.