Which qualifications should your electrician have?

Posted: 03/03/2016

Which qualifications should your electrician have?

To work as a fully qualified electrician, you need to have passed a City & Guilds Level 3 examination. This typically takes two years of study and certifies that the person should be competent.

There are also many other qualifications that can be attained through additional courses, study and by the company undergoing independent audits. Above this, however, there are personal recommendations, awards and a track record of delighted customers who have their favourite electrician’s number on speed dial…

Netting the very best in accreditation!

At KG Electrical, we have all of the above and more! In addition to the standard qualifications that all electricians must have, we are also Part P accredited, NAPIT registered, Electric Safe, Trust Mark government endorsed, and winners of multiple awards.

We are also sponsors of The Hertfordshire Mavericks (the South’s most successful netball ambassadors) and belong to various local business networking groups such as Business Networking International. This is also relevant to judging the quality, suitability and qualifications of the electricians you chose too; because what other people say about you matters a lot!

Become qualified in helping people!

Being involved in the local community is important to us and we believe that service comes second only to safety. Being qualified is so important, in fact, it is vital and could potentially be lifesaving. But what changes lives and turns a simple job into a vocation is actually caring about the people who you look after and serve.

So, why not read some of our testimonials, check out the formal qualifications at the bottom of the page (on the website) or go and give The Mavericks a cheer J and join in the party.

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