ELECSA operates a competent person scheme on behalf of the government. This is to ensure that electrical contractors are technically competent to carry out electrical work. 

The ELECSA mission is to maintain and promote the best industry practice that underlines the technical integrity of electrical work that their approved contractors carry out on behalf of their customers every day.

Prestige Electrical Services are an approved ELECSA contractor.


Elecsa are part of ECA (Electrical Contractors Association) and have been since 2007. They are also a part of the NICEIC and Elecsa joint venture with Certsure. This is also in place to take forward industry standards.

How ELECSA Supports You

ELECSA gives the safety assurance and peace of mind that householders need when having work carried out in their home. They inspect, assess and certificate us and all other electrical contractors to carry out electrical work.

Electrical Contractors/Electricians registered on an ELECSA scheme have annual assessments to make sure that we are working to the latest industry standards. Being a registered contractor also means that Elecsa’s Platinum Promise covers our work. A promise that protects you against all non-compliant electrical installation work.

Additionally, by being a registered contractor, this means our Electricians can self-certify their work as being compliant with the Building Regulations. 

ELECSA have an independent audit themselves to ensure that they are meeting the requirements set down by government in operating these schemes. This means you can have reassurance that ELECSA have robustly assessed Prestige Electrical Services Electricians as competent to work in your home.

Part P Scheme

Part P of the Building Regulations introduced in 2005 and for the first time, established a minimum safety standard for electrical installations in dwellings.  As a result, electrical work became notifiable to local authorities and to make this process easier, self-certification schemes created.

ELECSA is one of the most trusted Part P schemes. 

Part P Electrical Safety


Trustmark – is a non-profit making organisation, licensed by the Government and supported by consumer protection groups. Our firm’s technical skills also have an independent check with regular on-site inspections. We signed up to a code of practice that includes insurance, good health and safety practices and good customer care.