Roberts Electrical, Windsor NICEIC approved contractor NICEIC domestic Installer The ECA website Trustmark Website
City and Guilds
A, B, and C Certificates;
Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations 2381, 2005;
Level 3 Inspection,Testing @ Cert. of Electrical Installations 2391, 2006;
Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations 2382-10 17th Edition,2010

Electricians CertificateQualified

East Berks College:
Wiring Regulations Certificate;
Inspection @ Testing of Electrical Installations
Portable Appliance Testing
CertificatesCSCS: Construction Skills Certification Scheme/Health @ Safety

JIB/ECS Health @ Safety Assessment, 2009, 2012, 2015

Royal Berkshire Ambulance NHS Trust: Emergency Treatment

Robin: Portable Appliance Testing; Testing of Electrical Installations to BS 7671

NICEIC: (Enrolment Number: 501454)
Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer
Inspection @ Testing Certificate for Domestic Installations (2005, 17th Edition
1st Amendment Workshop for BS 7671, July 2011

Baxi: Combination Boilers

Honeywell: Control Installations/Energy Conservation; Upgrade for Profit course

Registered Member;
Contractor's Association Membership;
Technical Standards Maintenance Certificate.

AICO: Fire Products Trained Installer.

CRB enhanced check approval: Feb 2011 (V0001426)

CRB safety checked
An indentured apprenticeship was a binding contract between the electrical contracting company and the would-be apprentice, operated by the joint industry board (JIB) in conjunction with the construction industry training board (CITB). Each 'electrician's mate' was issued with a CITB log book which detailed all the training criteria and how many hours had to be accrued against each component. This was filled in daily and signed by the training electrician and it was the responsibility of the apprentice to make sure he had enough hours training against the minimums required as set out in the back of the book before he could be considered for grading as a qualified electrician.