Building Regulations in England.

This qualification provides the knowledge and understanding relating to Building Regulations in domestic buildings in England. It will explain the background and purpose of Building Regulations and what could happen if buildings fail to comply with these. It also looks at the scope of work that is needed, as well as Approved Documents and sign off for Building Regulations. 

Learning outcomes

  • The background to and purpose of the Building Regulations in England
  • The Legal and Regulatory framework for Building Regulations in England
  • The role of the various parties involved in the Building Regulation process
  • Understand the consequences of failure to comply with Building Regulations
  • The possible solutions if a property does not have building control sign off
  • The relevant Approved Documents relating to domestic properties
  • The scope of works that need building control approval


Construction and Pathology

40 hours

Qualification name:
Understanding the Building Regulations in England As They Apply to Domestic Dwellings

Qualification type:
Ofqual recognised Level 4 Award

£495.00 + VAT


Who the qualification is designed for

  • Those involved with repair and maintenance
  • Those involved in managing property and tenants
  • Those who need a better understanding of ‘bricks and mortar’ issues

How the qualification is delivered

  • Through our bespoke online learning platform
  • Complete flexibility as to where and when you undertake your learning
  • You can enrol on this course at any time and work through the content at your own pace
  • Includes a suite of additional and recommended learning resources (such as University of the West of England construction resources and BRE online library)

How the qualification is assessed

  • After you have completed the learning, there are structured questions to demonstrate the knowledge attained

How much the qualification costs

  • The cost of the award is £495+VAT. This includes all online training material, the assessment and the Level 4 Award