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Electrotechnology NVQ (WBL) Level 3 Course

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  • Entry requirements
    You must have an appropriate employer who is willing and able to provide assessment opportunities in the type of work required to generate sufficient evidence. Technical Certificates Level 2 and 3, Key skills for Communication Level 2; Application of Number Level 2; Information Technology Level 1.
  • Academic Title
    Electrotechnology NVQ (WBL) Level 3
  • Course description

    Content details
    Candidates aiming to achieve the award at Level 3 must provide sufficient on-site evidence and complete 2330 technical certificates Level 2 and Level 3. Assessors will assess candidates level of competence from their respective place of work. This assessment process is completely separate from the electrical installation core knowledge course. Assessment takes place at CONEL Tottenham Centre and on-site assessment placement/company, students will also be required to undertake a 2 day assessment at an AM2 Centre

    How is the course taught
    Assessor will visit candidates work placement and assess the detailed work being completed by the candidate. Candidates will be expected to complete a portfolio of evidence and achieve the AM2, which is an external assessment that takes place at a specialised centre.

    Work base assessments, and portfolio assessed by assessor(s).

    Course leads to
    Under JIB standards this qualification will grade you as an 'Approved Electrician'. Should you wish to continue your studies you should complete either the City & Guild Electrotechnology Design course or BTEC National Certificate in Electrical/Electronics or Building Service, which is a Level 4 qualification.

    Employers Benefit

    Once the NVQ and AM2 have been completed, learners would be at a supervisory level and able to train others within the industry, as well as, run and control own work loads.

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