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This qualification is designed to provide new entrants and those seeking progression in their career, with the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to carry out job roles and responsibilities associated with the maintenance of Electro technical systems. This qualification is available at Level 3 only, which is the level that the Electro technical industry recognises students as having achieved the competence required to carry out the role.

  • What will I study?

    The units you are likely to study are:

    College based theory units:

    • Level 3 Understand Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations
    • Level 3 Electrical Scientific Principles and Technologies
    • Level 3 Understand Design and Installation Practices and Procedures
    • Level 3 Understand how to plan and oversee electrical work activities
    • Level 3 Understand Inspection, Testing and Commissioning
    • Level 3 Understand Fault Diagnosis and Rectification
    • Level 3 Understand the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS7671: 2008 (2015)

    Work place practical units:

    • Level 3 Understand Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations
    • Level 3 Apply Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations
    • Level 3 Electrical Scientific Principles and Technologies
    • Level 3 Understand Design and Installation Practices and Procedures
    • Level 3 Understand how to plan and oversee electrical work activities
    • Level 3 Organise and Oversee the Electrical Work Environment
    • Level 3 Understand Terminations and Connections of Conductors
    • Level 3 Terminate and Connect Conductors
    • Level 3 Apply Design and Installation Practices and Procedures
    • Level 3 Apply Practices and Procedures for Maintenance
    • Level 3 Understand Inspection, Testing and Commissioning
    • Level 3 Inspect, Test and Commission Electrical Systems
    • Level 3 Understand Fault Diagnosis and Rectification
    • Level 3 Apply Fault Diagnosis and Rectification
    • Level 3 Electrical Scientific Principles and Technologies

    All units are subject to change and may be withdrawn.

  • Who is this course for?

    This apprenticeship is ideal for you if you are working as a trainee in a role that involves maintenance or building and installations of electrical systems.

  • How is the course assessed?

    Through a series of tests and assignments completed in college. Site Diaries built and assessed in the workplace. Functional Skills exams.

    Unit 399 Electrotechnical occupational competence (ELT OC1) is assessed externally through an AM2 exam.

  • General info

    Benefits to company:

    • Give your company a competitive advantage
    • Training relative to the engineering industry
    • Skilled staff
    • Increased quality in work resulting in more business

    Benefits to individual:

    • Maximise future opportunities
    • Gain a qualification whilst gaining valuable work experience
    • Train in an industry with a high demand for skilled staff
  • Progression and Career Opportunities

    Apprentices can progress onto the Level 4 Building and Service HNC via Leicester University.

  • Entry Requirements for new students

    GCSE 4-9 (A*- C) in Maths, English and Science or a Level 2 Electrical Installations certificate.

    All applicants will be invited in for interview.

    Equivalent qualifications will be considered except where English has been studies as a second language and is required at GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C).

    In exceptional circumstances, applications which do not meet the formal entry criteria may be considered on an individual basis.

  • Admissions Process

    Be prepared to sit English and maths assessments.