Introductory Electrical Course




Individuals partaking in the Introductory Electrical Course will go through 6 days of introductory lessons designed to equip you with the knowledge and practical skills in order to be compliant in Part P of the building regulations. With this introductory course you will be able to carry on to study our other courses.


Who Is It For? 

The Introductory Electrical Course is for individuals who want to carry out basic electrical installation. This introductory course is designed to teach you basic of electrical principles and give some practical training to be able to complete works such as installing power to a boiler, shower or cooker.

This course is compulsory for any beginners who have no experience.



6 Days



1 Online exam

Practical Tasks

Preparing portfolio


Candidate who enrol on this course will:

The Introductory Electrical course, alongside the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations, can provide electricians with the practical skills, relevant knowledge and competence to undertake, kitchen fitting, plumbing, heating engineering or building and needs to engage in some electrical work as part of their job, such as, installing power to a boiler, shower or cooker.

At the end of the Course you may wish to carry on your studies by discussing with your course manager what options you have. You will have the option to pay an extra fee to upgrade to another course package.

You can check here for our Individual or Package Courses if you wish to observe other opportunities.


Units Covered by the Introductory Electrical Course



Applicable Building Regulations

Electrical safety, legislation, regulations, standards & terminology.

Installation of a garden security light installing it with the use of SWA cable

Inspecting, testing and commissioning a domestic single-phase circuit.

Special locations and installations



Basics / Foundations

Basic lighting circuits

2 way lighting circuits

2 way lighting and intermediate circuits

Radial power circuits

(Cooker points and Shower circuits etc.)

Ring final circuits (sockets)

Earthing and bonding procedures

Selecting cable sizes and calculating load demands

Introduction to electrical regulations

Health & safety

Safe Isolation procedures

Electrical calculations


Why LTS?

LTS is an ambitious training centre that inspires to lead in its field.

We have a team of trainers who have been in this industry for years and instilled with great passion for what they do. LTS aspires to raise the future generations of electricians and give them the experience, skill set and qualifications to be successful in their industry.

Our trainers have years of experience in this industry teaching with passion and have exceptional pass rate records to help you get the qualifications you desire.

The Electrical Courses on offer are tailored to the needs of students and what our trainers believe is crucial to get you the accreditation you seek.

LTS is designed to cater to the needs of its students and help them succeed by giving them the flexibility to do so.


Available Dates

Weekdays – Monday to Friday – 8:30am to 4:30pm:


  • 27th September – 4th October
  • 22nd November – 29th November
  • 1st Feb 22′ – 8th Feb 22′
  • 29th March 22′ – 5th April 22′
  • 27th May 22′ – 7th June 22′
  • 26th July 22′ – 2nd August 22′
  • 21st September 22′ – 28th September 22′
  • 16th November 22′ – 23rd November 22′



You will be expected to have your own copies of these books when attending our Introductory Electrical Course


IET – Electrician’s Guide to the Building Regulations (ISBN 9781785614682)

IET – On-Site Guide (ISBN 9781785614422)

IET – Requirements for Electrical Installations – Wiring Regulations (ISBN 9781785611704)


Electrician's Guide to the Building Regulations (Electrical Regulations): The Institution of Engineering and Technology: 9781785614682: BooksOn-Site Guide (BS 7671:2018) (Electrical Regulations): The Institution of Engineering and Technology: 9781785614422: BooksRequirements for Electrical Installations, IET Wiring Regulations, Eighteenth Edition, BS 7671:2018 (Electrical Regulations): The Institution of Engineering and Technology: 9781785611704: Books




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If you are having difficulty funding this course, you may want to visit the Government’s website to apply for Learner Support if you are 19 and above or Grants and Bursaries for Adult Learners at


Alternatively, you can also contact us on 01992 413503 or email for further queries.