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Overview

This is diploma is ideally suited to those working as trainee electricians with six months experience who need to upskill to electrician status. It is delivered on an evening basis at college, two evenings per week, and within the workplace. The course requires the candidate to demonstrate both theory and practical competency, so they can be recognised as occupationally competent by industry in installing Electrotechnical systems. This qualification is aimed at those carrying out electrical installation activities. Candidates having achieved one of the Certificates or Diplomas in Electrical Installation can apply for the RPL route 2357-34 to achieve full competency. For further information please contact Pippa Cragg: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The following units will be delivered at College as part of the evening programme. An additional seven units will be assessed whilst carrying out activities within the workplace:

  • Health and Safety legislation
  • Environmental legislation
  • Practices and procedures for overseeing and organizing the work environment
  • Principles of planning and selection for the installation of electrotechnical equipment and systems
  • Practices and procedures for the preparation and installation of wiring systems and electrotechnical equipment
  • Cable termination
  • Inspection and testing
  • Fault finding
  • Electrical principles.

Entry Requirements

All Level 3 courses at Newbury College now require five GCSE at grade 9-4 as part of the entry requirements.

Skills

For this qualification students will also require access to the work place where they can be assessed to meet the requirements of the occupational assessment units.

Qualifications

Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Installing Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment (Buildings, Structures and the Environment) 2357-13/91

Assessment

The knowledge units areassessed by various assessment instruments depending on which is most fit-for purpose for the unit. This will include written and practical assignments and on-line multiple-choice and short-answer questions. Performance units are most commonly be assessed via observation in the workplace.

Home Study

There is a certain amount of study that students will be expected to complete in their own time.

Work Placement

For this qualification students also require access to the work place where they can be assessed to meet the requirements of the occupational assessment units.

Progression

Achieving one of the Diplomas in Electrotechnology qualifications will help students advance in their current role as an electrician. Those who want to progress in their careers by building their knowledge while gaining plenty of practical, on-the-job experience can most likely take one of the Diploma in Electrotechnology as part of the Summit Skills Electrotechnical Apprenticeship programme.

Fees and Additional Costs

If you are over 18 there will be a registration fee of £200.00 if you have not previously registered with the exam board. Additional costs may be required for the industry-specific text books e.g. BS7671 and On-Site-Guide. An additional cost will also be required for the final AM2 competency exam, which needs to be completed at an independent assessment centre. Candidates wishing to gain the C&G 2394 and 2382 as part of this qualification will be required to pay additional registration fees.

Additional Information

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DL3IESE 182101 10/09/2018 30/05/2021 18:00 to 21:00
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Mon & Wed Newbury £2630.00 Apply Now
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