About us

Certsure offers industry-leading certification services, Building Regulations schemes, products and support to the construction industry and beyond.

We are dedicated to providing professional services and certification to a wide range of cus-tomers across the building services sector.

Quality is the foundation in everything we do. Our services and products are Government-recognised and United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) approved.


Certsure is assessed by UKAS against internationally recognised standards on a regular basis to ensure we exceed quality in our services.

Accreditation provides assurance of impartiality, objectivity and transparency. It also reduces the risk to you and your customers and underpins the quality of results by ensuring their traceability, comparability, validity and commutability.

One of the fundamental principles of third-party certification is that it is impartial and free from bias. In order to provide this confidence, it is essential that certification decisions are based solely on objective evidence of conformity and are not influenced by other interests.

Certsure ensures that the certification provided is impartial by managing any potential con-flicts of interest so that its impartiality is not compromised.

Certsure holds accreditation for:

ISO/IEC 17065:2022

Requirements for bodies certifying products, processes and services.

ISO/IEC 17024:2022

General requirements for bodies operating certification of persons.

ISO/IEC 17021-1:2022

Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems.


Certsure LLP operates the UK’s largest voluntary register of electrical businesses. Assessing over 38,000 businesses against prescribed criteria, Certsure verifies that the installation work undertaken by these businesses meets the technical standards required for electrical safety including renewable installations. Designed to verify the ongoing competency of the organisation regular assessments are a condition of being certified and are there to ensure technical and safety standards are continuously upheld.


Members of our highly respected team sit on various industry panels helping to develop British Standards. We also sit on Government bodies to help shape future policies to ensure that those working in the building services sector are competent and are ready to support the country’s net zero aspirations.

Forming part of the JPEL 64 committee, a cross-industry group formed to help govern the contents of BS 7671:2018, Certsure helped develop this Amendment, ensuring that the up-date truly drove the industry forward in terms of electrical safety.

March 2022 saw the IET publish the second Amendment of BS 7671:2018 (the wiring regula-tions), the first significant update to the current regulations since their introduction in 2018.


Certsure is a leading training provider for the electrotechnical industry. Offering a wide range of class leading formal training, delivered across public, in-house and virtual solutions. Certsure delivers over 1100 courses annually reaching over 11,500 delegates.

Whether through formal training courses or via free CPD Certsure is helping thousands of electrical businesses keep their technical knowledge and skills up to date. Learnings which they utilise to deliver safe compliant installations to consumers.


Certsure’s operates a technical helpline open to electrical contractors – operating five days a week by a team of experienced technical engineers this service assists contractors with their real-life queries. In a typical year our helpline takes nearly 60,000 calls and answered over 5,000 emails.