Course overviewThe qualification has both mandatory and optional units.
The units cover:
? electrical installation design
? environmental technology systems
? electrical science and principles
? electrical installation craft
? inspection, testing, commissioning
? diagnosing and correcting electrical faults.
What else do I need to know?This qualification is suitable for learners who currently do not work within the electrical industry (but may wish to do so) and for those who wish to develop their understanding and skills of electrical installation and for those who would like to continue to become a qualified Electrician in the Domestic, Commercial or Industrial sector. It does not require occupational evidence from the workplace, so is also suitable for learners who currently may not work within the electrical industry (but may wish to do so). Students attend a fully equipped training centre where they will learn essential theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
What are the entry requirements?
How is it assessed?
What financial support is on offer?
You can apply for an Advanced Learning Loan or Higher Education Loan to help with the costs of your course if you are 19 or older and the course you are studying is an eligible Level 3, 4, 5 or 6 course.
*This is at the Colleges discretion.
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How do I find out more?
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