OFTEC Electrical (Part P) registration

In 2005 the Government introduced electrical safety rules into the Building Regulations for England and Wales. This means that most fixed electrical installation work in homes must now, by law, meet Part P of the Building Regulations.

OFTEC offers electrical (Part P) registration for heating technicians who wish to install and self-certify fixed low or extra-low voltage electrical installations in dwellings – electric vehicle charging points are included in this scope. All technicians who register are automatically listed on the Registered Competent Person Electrical website which contains details of all electricians registered to work for householders in England and Wales, making finding the right person for the job easy for consumers.

All electricians listed are permitted to display the scheme’s logo, showing they meet strict entry requirements and that their work meets the correct standards and is regularly assessed as well as demonstrating their ability and ongoing competence.

Scope of Registration

  • OFT 103
    Full scope electrical Part P – for technicians carrying out domestic electrical work.

OFT103 Electrical Part P registration enables you to self-certify electrical work in accordance with Regulations 4 and 7 of the Building Regulations 2000 (as amended). Under Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) authorisation this will be annual registration and will be subject to an annual on-site visit by an appointed technical expert. This site visit is to assess competence and give assurance that the technician is continuing to comply with the requirements of the scheme specification. Registrants on the OFT 103 scheme will have access to a free technical helpline.

Ready to apply?

This scope of registration is available to applicants in the UK.

If you are not already registered with OFTEC, please click on the map on the below to apply for OFTEC CPS registration.

Competent Person Scheme - Registration Great Britian

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