Qualifications  
   
q NICEIC domestic installer
  Part P registered
  City and Guilds
  2330 Electrical Installations (levels 2 and 3)
  2382-20 IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition
  2391 Testing and Inspection of Electrical Installations
  Member of Women and Manual Trades
  Public Liability Insurance of £2M held
  All work complies with BS 7671 the IEE Wiring Regulations (2008)
     

NICEIC
The National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) is a non-profit making organisation, set up in 1956 to protect consumers against unsafe and unsound electrical installations. It acts as the Electrical installation industry's voluntary Regulatory body for safety matters.
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Enrolled domestic installers are subject to an annual audit by the regional NICEIC Inspector.

Part P
On January 1st 2005 legislation came into effect which brought electrical work in dwellings under the Building Regulations. This amendment to the Building Regulations, known as 'Part P', imposes safety requirements, and also classifies electrical installation work into two basic categories, notifiable and non-notifiable. As a general summary any major work such as rewires, fuseboard upgrades and installing new circuits, plus work in bathrooms, kitchens and gardens is notifiable and it must be notified, with a fee payable, to your Local Authority’s Building Control department

If the work is carried out by an electrician who is registered with one of the organisations who administer self-certification schemes, (such as the Domestic Installer Scheme run by the NICEIC) they carry out the work and report the details to their scheme organiser, who then notify the appropriate Local Authority that the work has taken place, and that it has been certified by the person who carried it out as being in compliance with the Building Regulations.

On completion of notifiable work, you will be issued with an Electrical Installation Certificate by your electrician. Once your Local Authority has been notified, you will receive a further Certificate of Compliance for the work carried out.

The full text of the legislation can be found here:
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amended in April 2006 here:
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