The programme consists of 4 on-line theory and 2 practical assessments related to the qualification units. Topics include: health and safety, science, craft theory (wiring regulations) and more.
All 16-19 year olds on full-time programmes will be required to retake GCSE English and Maths or to undertake Functional Skills, if they have not already attained the equivalent of a GCSE grade C in these subjects, every year of their course, until they complete their studies.
The course is aimed at those who wish to be employed in the electrical industry.
Tutors from the industry with vast experience across the electro-technical fields. Well equipped workshops.
What you'll learn
- Health and Safety
- Craft theory (wiring regulations)
- Installation Skills
- Industry Structure
How you'll learn and be assessed
A combination of theory and workshop sessions.
You will be expected to spend a couple of hours a week on research and private study.
Work in the industry and progress to Level 3 to obtain the full Technical Certificate.
At least 4 GCSEs at grade 4 (grade C) or above, including Maths and English Language. Alternatively you should have achieved a Level 1 Electrical Installation qualification.
You will need to purchase/provide IEE On-Site Guide, steel capped footwear, study equipment such as pens, paper and scientific calculator.