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Part P Online Course - C&G 2393-10

We will go through the Building Regulations and highlight everything you need to pass the Part P exam!

Enrol in Course

How would you like to prepare for the Part P exam in the comfort of your own home, while studying at your own pace?


Get your qualification with three easy steps:


  1. Watch and listen to the videos on each Part of the Building Regulations

  2. Complete the revision pack provided for Approved Document P

  3. Practice with the help of dedicated mock exams with almost identical questions to the real exam


And when you are ready you can take your exam locally at venues all over the U.K.


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How much would it mean for you being Part P qualified?


To become a member of a Competent Person's Scheme (NICIEC, NAPIT. ELECSA...) and to be able to self-certify your work, you'll need to demonstrate that you have sufficient knowledge to complete domestic electrical work safely and in compliance with Approved Document P, as well as with Building Regulations 2010. This qualification will do just that and it will enable you to apply for the Part P Self-Certification Assessment with confidence.

This online course is the fastest and most efficient way to gain the C&G 2393-10 Level 3 Certificate in the Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwellings qualification and it comes with a 30 day money-back guarantee. Think how proud you will be once this qualification is under your belt!

Why do an online course rather than a classroom one?

  • No need to take time off work and lose income for a week or more
  • Study at your own pace at home, at work or anywhere else in the world
  • Study on your PC, Mac, laptop or smart-phone – without the need to download or install any software
  • No need to sit through potentially boring classroom sessions
  • You can still ask the tutor questions if needed
  • Realistic mock exams which you can practice on as much as you like
  • 30 day money back guarantee (you won’t get this with any class based training course)
  • Receive a Certificate of Completion to present to your local exam centre (if needed)
  • C&G 2393-10 exam centres local to you

Your Instructor


Trevor Webb
Trevor Webb

My name is Trevor Webb, a fully qualified professional electrician and tutor with over 20 years of combined industry experience.

My approach to teaching this course has been tried and tested by hundreds of candidates who have completed this course already, so I'm confident that I can help you pass your exam first time.

I will teach you no less, and more importantly, no more than what is essential for you to pass the exam! Your time is valuable and I do not intend to waste it, so rather than talking about things that aren't really important (from the point of view of the exam), I will focus on what's really important - which is knowing how to use the book quickly and efficiently! This approach will guarantee that you will find this course easier and less stressful then expected!

A few words about me:

I started as an apprentice, become fully qualified and worked as a sub-contractor electrician for many years on a wide range of projects and jobs. I worked with many companies, big and small ranging from domestic electrical installation work to jobs within commercial and industrial environments. I had a brief encounter with offshore installations as well.

This has given me a wide range of experience to help you with, covering all areas in commercial, domestic and industrial electrical installations including Inspection & Testing and certification.

For the last six years I've moved on to being an electrical trainer, teaching electrical qualifications such as the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations and others to City & Guilds level.

Together we'll go through the Building Regulations, including Approved Document P, and prepare you to pass the Part P exam.
With my help and experience, I'm certain you`ll pass the first time.


"Thought the approach was first class and your tone of voice was very calm and this style worked.
Two of my engineers have failed a course paid over £500.00! Due to the tutor not have the correct approach.
10 out of 10. If this is the future further education bring it on
Doing exam Friday
Done 3 exams of the online course and bingo passed all 3
Thanks"
- Gordon Wallis (MIET), West Yorkshire


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Exam centres


We have partnered up with a number of exam centres that offer the C&G 2393-10 exam.

These are our main exam centres, where we can provide the exam on almost any date and time, even at a fairly short notice.

Main partner exam centres:
- London, Ealing
- Birmingham
- Bradford
- Brigg
- Bury St Edmunds
- Harlow, Essex
- Hull
- Ipswich
- Norwich
- Sheffield
- South Wales, Pyle, Bridgend


We are also working closely with PASS Ltd and some other exam centres, in order to provide a wider coverage throughout the UK. Please note, exams in these locations are subject to availability and usually, you would need to arrange the exam at least a month or two in advance.

Exam centres provided by other partners:
- Bristol
- Exeter
- Newcastle
- Maidstone
- Peterborough
- Stockton-on-Tees.


About the exam booking process


Once you enrol in a package that includes the C&G 2393-10 exam, you will receive an email about exam registration. This email will ask you for some additional details about yourself and provide you with full details about the locations and contact details of all exam centres available. Once we forward these details to the exam centre of your choice, you will be able to pick the suitable time and date for your exam.

If you haven't enrolled in a package that includes the C&G 2393-10 exam, you can still contact us at a later date in order to arrange an exam at one of our partner exam centres. We are here to help you obtain this valuable qualification.



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Frequently Asked Questions


What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you will have unlimited access to the course for one year - across any and all devices you own.
Are there any entry requirements for this course?
There are no formal entry requirements for candidates undertaking this qualification. However, you will need a copy of IET - Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations book which you take with you into the exam.
When I’ve completed the course, will I still be able to return and go back over sections or will it lock out?
Once you purchase the course you can return to any part of it as often as you require. There is no limit to the number of times you can access the course content and no limitations to go back and forth within the course. The same applies to the revision questions and mock exams, so you can practice as many times as you want.
Does this course include the exam?
It depends on which package you sign up for. If you see "+ C&G 2393-10 exam" in the name of the package - it means that the exam is included in the price at one of our partner exam centres. If you sign up for a package without the exam, you can still contact us at a later date in order to arrange an exam in one of our partner exam centres. Alternatively, you will need to book the exam separately yourself. This will usually be at a local college, school or another exam provider near you.
What is "E-mail tutor support"?
Stuck with a question or need more explanation for a particular regulation? Contact your tutor 7 days a week via E-mail! Trevor will get back to you within 24 hours with an answer to your question.
What is "Dedicated tutor support*?
An extra piece of mind for those who would like to chat with an expert on the Building Regulations. Your dedicated tutor is available 7 days a week via E-mail or telephone (Premium plan only).
Will I be able to self-certify my electrical work and issue certificates required for Building Control?
Upon successful completion of the course and the C&G 2393-10 exam, you will need to apply for membership with a certification scheme provider such as NICIEC or NAPIT or ELECSA. Once you become a member of one of these organisations, you will be able to self-certify your electrical work.