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Options Skills have training centres both north and south of the river in Wembley and Purley, making us the number one training provider for people looking to undertake electrical courses in London. With excellent public transport connections, we are in the ideal location for students from across the capital city and the surrounding areas.

Our electrical training centres are superbly equipped and provide a comfortable learning environment for students from across the country. Electrical courses are delivered by staff with years of industry experience, and support staff are always on-hand.

Whether you’re a beginner thinking of entering the industry or an experienced tradesperson looking to obtain a specific electrical qualification, Options Skills can help with fully equipped training centres from which to earn industry-recognised qualifications.

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London Electrician Courses

Options Skills has developed robust electrical courses in London aimed at new beginners, tradespeople or property developers that require qualifications that will allow them to sign off their work.

The course provides you with real practical skills and industry-recognised qualifications that will enable you to gain paid work after the first stage of your training.

We deliver the first stage of training at our training facilities in both Northwest and Southwest London, with training commencing with practical, hands-on instruction. This stage of training takes 30 days to complete, which you can do on a full-time or part-time basis.

Following stage one, you will create a portfolio of work, working as an electrical trainee alongside a qualified electrician. The Options Skills recruitment team can assist you in finding employment at this stage.

Through a mix of home-study and centre-led training and assessment, you will also complete your Inspection and Testing.

It’s after these three stages of training that you will complete your AM2 assessment. Upon completing this, you’ll be ready to apply for your ECS Gold Card and earn Installation Electrician status.

Once you have completed all five stages of training, you will be eligible to apply for approved Electrical status.

Interested in joining one of our electrical courses in London? For more information, visit our NVQ Electrical Training Course page or speak to one of our advisors today on 0800 802 1306


Fairbairn Close,


Both Purley Station and Reedham Station are just a ten-minute walk away from the Options Skills Purley London Training Centre.


There are numerous buses routes within walking distance of the Purley training centre and there is also plenty of coach stations close by.


If you are arriving by car, there are a number of pay and display and multi-storey car parks close to the training centre.


Unit 3 Abercorn Commercial Centre
Manor Farm Rd
Alperton, Wembley


Alperton Tube Station is just a 5-minute walk away from our London training centre, with Wembley Central and Stonebridge Park also in close proximity. 


Our Wembley location means we are accessible by bus from across London.


There is plenty of pay and display car parking throughout the area.

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