Electro-Technical Certificate Courses (City and Guilds 2365)

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This qualification is broken down into 10 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
  10. Maintaining

 

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 course is designed for anyone, whether you work in the industry or not. Tutor led classes run during the evening or daytime are designed to take you through the underpinning knowledge requirement and workshop activities are included to equip you with the practical skills needed on the job.
There is an added requirement for on-site experience to complete the course. However, modules of the qualification which do not require actual experience can be achieved until site work can be gained.
Because the NVQ element is incorporated within the new course, there is no requirement to complete a separate NVQ to gain fully qualified status.

The course will be delivered between 12-18 months on a 1 evening a week or 1 full day every other week basis. Extra time will be required for workshop activities.

 

Payment by interest-free instalments can be spread throughout the course

 

NEW BEGINNER’S DIPLOMA CLASSES

(City & Guilds 2365 Levels II & III)

 

This new course is for candidates who want to work as Electricians in the buildings services engineering sector. This qualification does not make the candidate a fully qualified electrician but is a route at entry level.

 

The 2365 allows candidates to learn, develop and practice the skills required for employment and or career progression in the electro-technology sector.
On completion of the Diploma (which is Level 2 and 3) the candidate will be classed as an improver/electrician’s mate. He or she can then use the credits gained to match across to the City & Guilds 2357 Level 3 qualification in Electro-technical technology to gain fully qualified status.
Units of learning include:
• Health and safety
• Principles of electrical science
• Electrical fault finding and rectification
• Testing and commissioning
• Electrical System design
• Career Awareness

Course options include: Evening classes (6pm-9pm) Daytime classes (9am-4pm)

Level 2 course: 1 evening a week for 30 weeks – New classes start later in the year – a deposit secures a place
Level 3 course: 1 evening a week for 30 weeks – New classes start in October- a deposit secures a 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)

Call us now on 0151 207 7500

TESTIMONIALS ABOUT THIS COURSE

 

Well explained course A Sanders 

 

Great course – spot on! A Coyne