How do I become a Sky approved installer?

We work closely with the Confederation of Aerial Industries (CAI) and offer joint training sessions and courses on Sky Q which are recognised by the City & Guilds Accredited Programme.

Installing communal Sky systems

We are working closely with the Confederation of Aerial Industries (CAI) and offer joint training sessions and courses on Sky Q which are recognised by the City & Guilds Accredited Programme.

To become a Sky communal systems approved installer, you will need to undergo an assessment process, and demonstrate that you are working to the CAI code of practice and Bristish standards before being accepted for membership, which in turn follows the Sky communal systems installer specifications.

For installers working with property developers, you’ll need to obtain a CSCS card to demonstrate you have the required skills, experience and health and safety knowledge to work on construction sites. A CSCS card can be obtained through the CAI and its relevant training courses.

For further information about these opportunities, please contact the CAI.