Course - Advanced Apprenticeship in Electrical Installation

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Learners wishing to start an apprenticeship in electrical installation must first enrol on the C&G 2330 Electrical Installation Theory/Practice Stage 2. Entry to the apprenticeship programme will then be at the tutor’s discretion. A minimum of 4 GCSE’s including maths and English is also required.
  • Course description
    General information

    The electrical installation advanced apprenticeship is available for learners aged from 16-65 who are employed in the electrical industry for a minimum of 16 hours a week. College attendance is on a day-release basis and assessment will take place in the workplace. Learners are required to build a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate their skills, understanding and knowledge of the subject. Training is provided through workshop sessions, tutorials and classroom teaching. On successful completion of this programme, learners will be classified as fully-skilled electricians.

    Course content

    In-house training will take place one day a week and regular assessments and reviews will occur in the workplace. Learners will work towards an NVQ level 3 in Electrotechnical Services, a Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology, (a combination of practical and theory work), level 2 keyskills in Application of Number and Communication and level 1 in IT, Health and Safety and Employer’s Rights and Responsibilities. The apprenticeship will take 3 years to complete. During the third year, learners are required to complete the AM2 test at an external test centre.

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