We all depend heavily on the electrical systems in our homes, but if you work principally in a related trade – such as heating installation, bathroom and kitchen fitting or the installation of domestic appliances – you may not feel that your expertise in electrics is at quite the level it should be.
This helps to explain why so many professionals and homeowners like you look up Domestic Electrical Installer courses – and here at YTA, we have the ideal 10-day course that will enable you to become better-versed in home electrics.
Who is this course actually for?
Domestic Electrical Installer courses are also sometimes referred to as DEI courses; either way, the main principle behind them is the same. They allow people working within the electrical or related industries to upgrade their knowhow in electrics, which may be especially important for those who need to carry out electrical work as a secondary task.
But of course, it may also simply be the case that you wish to take on a course like this to boost your capabilities whenever you find yourself concerned about the electrics in your own home.
The important thing to emphasise is that this course is not for people with no electrical or related qualifications or experience, and who wish to become electricians. If you are at all uncertain about the suitability of our Domestic Electrical Installer courses for your own needs, you are welcome to call the YTA team at any time, on 01274 682199, for further guidance.
You’ll be trained and assessed in a wide range of areas
With domestic electrical installation being the highly specialised field that it is, you shouldn’t be surprised to learn that our own DEI training and assessment package touches on a broad assortment of aspects of this vital and sensitive work.
Those aspects encompass component exchange, applicable building regulations, electrical safety regulations, earthing and bonding requirements, electrical test procedures, the installation and replacement of electrical components and fittings, and much more.
Furthermore, as a student with us, you’ll be helped to learn what you need to learn by our small class sizes – only four students being allowed onto each course – and large electrical training bays.
The training and assessment process itself combines practical with theoretical elements, and if you satisfy the standards, you will be presented with the industry-recognised DEI certificate that will remain valid for five years.
Secure your place now on our next DEI course
Our Domestic Electrical Installer courses only run once every few months, so if you see a start date advertised on our website that works especially well for you, we would advise you to book it before all of the remaining spaces are gone.
As the UK’s leading construction training and assessment centre, with an average rating of 4.95/5 on Reviews.co.uk, we’re the company to which to turn for your DEI certificate!