Accreditations & Qualifications

Our Qualifications

We want our customers to feel safe in the knowledge that the services provided by Total BGS are competent and that we are fully qualified to carry out such works. Here we detail current qualifications and certifications held by our team to reassure you that you are in safe hands.

Electrical Qualifications

City and Guilds are industry recognised qualifications within the electrical and construction industry. Total BGS team hold certificates in:

  • 17th Edition BS7671 City and Guilds Level 3 certification for electrical installation
  • Deign and Verification of Electrical installations
  • Installation of Photovoltaic Systems (PV solar)
  • V-Phase voltage optimisation units
  • City and Guilds 2391 Inspection & Testing
  • PAT testing ( portable appliance testing)
  • Electric Vehicle Charging
  • Safe Isolation
  • Fire Alarm

All our team are always updating their skills to keep up to date with the current electrical legislation.

Our apprentices still training under the City and Guilds qualification are constantly gaining further knowledge from the course and on the job. We ensure they are fully competent to carry out all work that they complete.

17th Edition Wiring Regulations

The IET produce wiring regulations that set the standards on all electrical installations within the UK. These regulations do frequently change and require further qualifications to keep up to date with the correct procedures.

Approved Electrical Contractors

We are registered with NICEIC Approved Contractor one of the government approved competent person schemes who regularly assess our work to ensure that we are compliant.

Approved contractors undergo a rigorous assessment process, covering a representative sample of their work, their premises, documentation, equipment, and the competence of their key supervisory staff.

They are then re-assessed on a regular basis to ensure continued compliance.

Total BGS are also Part P registered with the NICEIC

What is Part P?

Many house fires and serious injuries are caused every year in the UK by unsafe electrics in the home. If you attempt DIY electrical work or use an unregistered electrician you could not only be completing works that do not comply with current building regulations but you could also be putting your life and your home at risk.

Part P of the Building Regulations is a safety legislation which establishes a minimum safety standard for electrical installations in dwellings. A registered electrician will be able to provide you will the relevant certificates required and self-certify their work is sufficiently competent.

NICEIC operates an independent complaints procedure governing the technical standards of its Approved Contractor and Part P Domestic Installer Schemes.  If the work of a registered contractor is found to be below the accepted technical standard, NICEIC can require the contractor to correct the work at no additional cost to the customer.

NICEIC regularly promotes the importance of employing an approved contractor to homeowners. Aside from the assurance of safety and competence of work, additional benefits to the consumer include guaranteed compliance with building regulations, an insurance-backed warranty and access to an independent complaints procedure, should a problem arise.

We also hold certificates in

  • PASMA (Pre-fabricated Access Suppliers and Manufactures’ Association),
  • PAL (Powered Access License
  • CHAS (Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme)
  • SMAS (Safety Management Advisory Services)
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