The Domestic Electrician EWA is an assessment process against the industry standard – it is not a short cut to qualified status. To be eligible for the assessment you must be working as a practising domestic electrician and have a minimum of 3 years’ experience working across the range of activity set out in the Skills Scan.
The 3 years cannot include time you have spent in training, either full- or part-time, for example college-based technical certificates. It means 3 years working solely as an electrician and not in training.
Your experience will be verified by a training provider before you can be accepted onto the EWA.
If you’re unsure about whether you are eligible based on your experience, please contact TESP for advice.