Course overviewThis course will provide you with very good electrical installation practical skills and a good understanding of electrical theory that will enable you to gain employment as an electrician.
You will learn about health and safety, understanding and using technical information, a good understanding of electrical and electronic principles, designing and installing electrical systems, inspection and testing of electrical installations, fault finding and rectification on electrical systems. By the end of the course, you will be able to work confidently and safely in installing complex electrical systems and be able to produce high quality work.
You will learn through a combination of practical and theory sessions, many of which will be focussed on completing projects. This will include practicing hand skills in connecting different types of circuits in a range of settings. You will be expected to complete work outside of your main classes. You will also have classroom-based sessions where you will learn about the theory behind electrical installation work. Alongside your course you will study maths and/or English to improve your skills in these vital subjects by attending structured classes, as well as having your maths and English assessed in all of your work throughout your course.
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What financial support is on offer?
College Maintenance Allowance (CMA): Anyone with a household income under £23,000 can receive up to £20 per week financial support to help pay for travel and meals and meet the costs of essential trips, books, stationery and equipment. The payments will be subject to full attendance on your course. A range of other financial support is available, depending on your personal circumstances. For more details visit www.nscg.ac.uk/finance
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