When you’re looking for a course that will enable you to make the next big step in your career in the electrical or a related trade, you’ll naturally wish to have the right facilities at your disposal, as well as the right training. After all, having great people to teach and supervise you only takes you so far, especially when it comes to something where ‘learning through doing’ is paramount.
Such a need helps to explain why our own training centre here at YTA is so popular among those seeking out Domestic Electrical Installer courses.
Not only do we restrict the number of students on each course to five so that you can be sure of receiving the level of attention you need, but we also provide very large electrical training bays, as well as your own tools to work with for the duration of the course.
So, who is a Domestic Electrical Installer course for, anyway?
Domestic Electrical Installer courses are also sometimes referred to by the acronym DEI, and enable those enrolling on them to become a domestic electrical installer or even just become better-versed with the electrics in their own home.
However, it is important to emphasise that such courses are geared towards operatives who undertake electrical work as a secondary task and therefore need to have a comprehensive understanding of how domestic electrical installations work.
This makes the course unsuitable for those who have no qualifications or experience in electrical work or a related trade and are looking to become electricians. If, however, you are a heating installer, bathroom and kitchen fitter or builder, such a course could be a very wise investment. This is especially so as it leads to an industry-recognised qualification for remains valid for five years.
Far-reaching electrical training and assessment
With those nice big training bays to play around in, enrolling on our 10-day DEI course will give you the perfect opportunity to develop your competence in such aspects of domestic electrical installations as component exchange, applicable building regulations, the identification of unsafe electrical situations, electrical test procedures, and much more.
Various assessment methods are used on our Domestic Electrical Installer courses to ensure that the student is worthy of the final DEI certificate, including observed practical tasks and multiple choice, short written response and scenario questions.
Why look any further than the UK’s premier training centre for construction training and assessment when you are considering your options for acquiring your DEI qualification? Courses are available to be booked now, either online or by calling 01274 682199.