Accreditations

NAPIT

NAPIT is the National Association for Professional Inspectors and Testers, they aim to set standards in industry. NAPIT is a Government Approved register holders for Part P Registered Domestic Electrical Installers (both full and defined scope) while continuing to serve the needs of those carrying out equipment testing and electrical installation and testing in commercial and industrial sectors.

NAPIT

 

CHAS

Each month thousands of contractors and consultants (suppliers) apply for work with public and private sector organisations (buyers). To win work, they must meet the buyer’s health and safety standards.

Assessing suppliers health and safety competence is usually a lengthy and time consuming process. Suppliers can sometimes meet one buyer’s Health and Safety standards but not another. Being CHAS approved reduces duplication as suppliers compliance is accepted by all CHAS buyers.

CHAS started with two main aims.

• To improve health and safety standards across Great Britain.

• To reduce duplicated safety applications for both suppliers and buyers.

Please click the CHAS symbol below to view our CHAS certificate.

chas-logo

 

Trust Mark

TrustMark helps you find reliable, trustworthy tradesmen to make improvements and repairs inside and outside your home, like us here at Willpower Electrical Ltd who are fully trust mark approved.

The scheme is supported by Government, building industry and consumer protection groups.

trustmark

 

Part P – Competent Person Scheme

The scheme offered by EC Certification Ltd was approved in July 2004. The firms registered with this scheme are electrical installers who have been approved to self-certify that their work complies with the Building Regulations.

Part P

 

17th Edition

The Wiring Regulations are the national standard to which all domestic and industrial wiring must conform to, it contains 7 sections dealing with all electrical installation design issues. This is a must for the C&G 2381/82 exam and the C&G 2391.

17th

 

ECITB (Engineering Construction Industry Training Board)

With fifteen years experience the ECITB provides training opportunities and grants for training to new entrants and experienced people across a wide range of disciplines.

We focus on improving the skills of craft and technician personnel and supervisors working on-site, as well as the skills of office based staff such as designers and project managers. From apprenticeships for new recruits, courses for unemployed people and management training, we organise and oversee training for every level of career in the industry.

ECITB