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Joint Industry Board Grading

The Joint Industry Board (JIB) acts to create smooth workings and relations within the electrical contracting industry. A minimum requirement of training and qualifications are required to be graded by the JIB (see below).

The JIB also aims to act within the public interest as well as for those of the professional electrical contractors by helping to create a working environment which stimulates and encourages further improvements and progress within the profession. 

This is achieved partly through the regulation and control of employment and productive capacity within the electrical contractor industry and by establishing requirements and expectations for levels of skill and proficiency.

The JIB also encourages further education and development for individuals.

Our commercial and domestic clients can be assured that R Brampton Ltd regard the relationships with, well-being and safety of employees, clients and site visitors as being of the utmost importance. Our business aims to act with fairness, integrity and professionalism in every regard.

To be classed as a JIB Electrician grade an individual must satisfy the following:

Qualifications and Training

Must satisfy the following three conditions:

1) Must have been a registered apprentice or undergone some equivalent method of training and have had practical training in electrical installation work.

2) Must have obtained an NVQ Level 3 in electrical installation work (or approved equivalent) - see Note 1.

3) Must have obtained a pass in the City & Guilds 2360 Electrical Installation Theory Part 2 Course or approved equivalent.

Note 1:

If the applicant meets the other two criteria but has not achieved an NVQ Level 3 in electrical installation, then a "Provisional" grading may be awarded if the following criteria are both satisfied:

a) have obtained at least the City & Guilds 2360 Electrical Installation Theory Part 2 Course Certificate (or approved equivalent).

b) have obtained Achievement Measurement 2 or must be able, with the application for Grading and any other relevant supporting evidence (i.e. the City & Guilds Electricians' Certificate) which may be required, to satisfy the Grading Committee of his experience and suitability.


Must be able to carry out electrical installation work efficiently in accordance with the National Working Rules for the Electrical Contracting Industry, the current IEE Regulations for Electrical Installations, and the Construction Industry Safety Regulations.