An ASP Level 1 electrician is also qualified to work on low voltage electrical systems, which are those that operate at less than 1000 volts. This includes work on residential and commercial premises, as well as work on industrial sites.
In order to become an ASP Level 1 electrician, a person must first complete an electrician apprenticeship. This usually takes four years to complete, and during this time the apprentice will learn about all aspects of electrical work, including the theory behind it and the practical skills required to carry out the work.
Once the apprenticeship is complete, the electrician will then need to sit for and pass the relevant exams in order to obtain their qualifications. Once this is done, they will be able to apply for their electrician's license.