Criterias for certification of employers for electrician apprenticeships

Certification for the electrician training programme

This is how a company can apply for certification to train apprentices at the electrician training programmes.

A company certification is based on the jobs offered by the host company and to be certified, the host company must as a minimum employ one qualified person with the same technical training to oversee the training of the apprentice. Read more about the rules governing company certification below.

Applying for company certification is a digital process and only in Danish

Please direct any queries concerning company certification or training agreement to EVU at phone +45 3772 6400 or email: evu@evu.dk

  • To be certified, a company must have been operating for minimum 12 months. The Technical Committee may grant an exemption from this requirement to be decided on a case-by-case basis.
  • In order to obtain certification to train apprentices, the company must have a valid licence or as a minimum one employee who is a trained electrician to oversee the training of the apprentice.
  • The certification to train apprentices applies to a single entity. This means that a company certification applies only to a single P number. Companies consisting of several entities must apply for certification of each of the entities. You can find more information about P numbers at www.virk.dk.
  • The company’s certificate is valid for as long as the company continuously trains apprentices. If a company has been without an apprentice for a period of two years, the certificate will have to be renewed.
  • When a company changes owners, the company must be certified again, unless the new owner is already certified. At the same time, the new P number must be added to the company’s existing training agreements in an annex.
  • Training agreements cannot be approved until the company has been certified to train apprentices by the Technical Committee.

A company is certified for the modules matching the jobs offered by the company. As a result of this, some companies can achieve only partial certification.

A company can view its current training agreements at  elektrikeruddannelsen.dk.

About the electrician training programme

The electrician training programmes offers two specialisations: Electrician 1 and Electrician 2. A third option is to train as an EUX electrician. The training programme has a flexible structure and comprises a total of 28 modules to be combined considering the host company’s jobs and the apprentice’s interests.

For Electrician 1, the apprentice must select four modules and at least one of these must be a level 2 module.

For Electrician 2, the apprentice must select five modules and at least one of these must be a level 3 module.

The EUX electrician training programme combines upper secondary school and apprenticeship as for Electrician 1.

You can find more information about the electrician training programme and the duration of the specialisation tracks and the 28 modules at elektrikeruddannelsen.dk.