Electro-Technical Certificate Courses (City and Guilds 2365)

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Level 2 course: 1 evening a week for 30 weeks

New classes :

26th May (Thursday evening)

12th October (Wednesday evening)

5th November (Saturday fast track – 15 weeks)


a £50 (non-refundable) deposit secures your place


Level 3 course: 1 evening a week for 30 weeks

New classes :

25th May (Wednesday evenings)

9th July (Saturday fast track – 15 weeks)

9th August (Tuesday evening)

20th October ( Thursday evening)


  a £50 (non-refundable) deposit secures your place

All exam and certification charges are included in the course fee. We provide all of the course material you need to build up your portfolio over the duration of the course. We will also supply the necessary tools and materials in our workshop for you to use for practical sessions and assessments. For a limited time students will receive a text book free of charge.

Course fees: £1695.00 + VAT for each level

(interest-free instalments available)

Each course will be delivered over 30 weeks (approx.) on 1 evening a week. Extra time will be required for workshop activities during a week long block. Your tutor will advise when this date will be.


These 2 qualifications are broken down into 9 units which are;

  1. Health and Safety
  2. Environmental legislation
  3. Overseeing the work environment
  4. Selection and planning an installation
  5. Preparing and installing an installation
  6. Terminating and connections
  7. Inspection, testing and commissioning
  8. Diagnosing and correcting faults
  9. Principles behind design


Each unit will have an assessment, whether on-line multi-choice exam or written project and candidates will be guided through each one during the course.

Our Level 2 Electrical Installation course is designed for everyone, whether you work in the construction industry or not. The courses will teach you the underpinning knowledge requirements for all online and written assessments, and the workshop activities will help to develop the practical skills needed on the job.

You do not require any onsite experience to complete the level 2 or level 3 diploma. However, you will only be classed as an Electricians mate / improver until you complete the Level 3 NVQ and an AM2 assessment. At this point, you will be fully qualified as an electrician.

Payment by interest-free instalments can be spread throughout the course. The first payment is due before the first day of the course.


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Well explained course A Sanders 


Great course – spot on! A Coyne