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Introduction to Electacourse

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'17th Edition training for electricians. Great value. Great results (99.9% pass rate). Study in your own time. Exam Centres throughout UK.'

Introduction to Electacourse

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For close on 10 years Electacourse have been providing the highest quality training material for electricians. In this period tens of thousands of students have used our low-priced, self-study courses and exam simulators to achieve exam success.

Electacourse are the UK’s leading provider of training for the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations – City & Guilds 2382-15. Every year hundreds of students choose the Electacourse combination of high quality, low cost self-study to achieve 17th Edition exam success. The pass rate for Electacourse candidates is greater than 99%.

New for 2016 our Part P Course is designed for qualified electricians and other trades (including plumbers and heating engineers) who want to prepare for their Part P Assessment. On successful completion of a Part P Assessment you will be qualified to self-certify domestic electrical installation work.

Why is self-study better than studying at a college or training establishment?

Study at your own pace

None of us learn in the same way. In a classroom environment all students need to study at the same rate. This doesn’t suit all people.

Study in your own time

Getting qualified brings great benefits but also requires great commitment. Don’t make the commitment harder by having to take time off work and incurring the expense of travel, accommodation and lost income.

The lowest cost way of getting qualified

With Electacourse you can achieve the 17th Edition qualification for less than £275. Nowhere in the UK costs less.

Too many years since you were last at college

Many qualifications and updates are taken many years after you were last in a classroom. For many people it is not easy to take the step back towards school days. A few hours each evening at home, or during lunch or study time at work and you can be well on your way to exam success.