Electrical Installation - Level 3

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Electrical Installation - Level 3
Level
Qualifications
Start date
Duration
Attendance
Employer
contribution
Progression
3
Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Installing Electro-technical Systems and Equipment
September
42 months
In the workplace
If required an opportunity to attend college for Technical Certificate and functional
skills.
16-18 year olds are fully funded by the Government
£100 one-off certification fee for apprentices aged over 19 Apprenticeships.
Advanced Engineering Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship prepares and provides the necessary skills for electrician’s who are responsible for
the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical services, both inside and outside buildings and
structures such as houses, hospitals, schools, factories and shops to name but a few.
The technical certificate will equip you with the necessary skills in accordance to new and more
sophisticated equipment and systems into domestic, commercial and industrial buildings. Known often as
Building Services Engineering (BSE), this can include the provision of all the electricity, gas, water and
ventilation services within a building and it can be seen to broaden the skills and responsibilities required
of an electrician.
The Business Benefits
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This advanced apprenticeship will enable your employees to learn, develop and practise the skills
and systems within your organisation required for employment and, or career progression whilst
gaining a nationally recognised qualification.
The apprentice applies first-hand knowledge and learning from an experienced trainer / assessor
co-workers, acquiring new skills and knowledge. The apprentice will need a broad range of skills
to work efficiently and to help increase business productivity and profitability.
Develop your work force of your company to support growth. It is a unique opportunity to provide
skilled members of staff that are motivated by your investment in their career acquiring
sustainable skills and recognised qualifications.
The course has a degree of flexibility to enable the apprentice and business to choose the options
to meet the demands of the organisation in technical and practical skills, oral communication
skills.
Structure of apprenticeship
This apprenticeship is equivalent to 2 A levels
Mandatory units:
• Understanding Health and Safety legislation, practices and procedures (installing and maintaining
electro-technical systems and equipment)
• Understanding environmental legislation, working practices and the principles of environmental
technology systems
• Understanding the practices and procedures for overseeing and organising the work environment
(Electrical Installation)
• Understanding the principles of planning and selection for the installation of electro-technical
• equipment and systems in buildings, structures and the environment
• Understanding the practices and procedures for the preparation and installation of wiring systems and
electro-technical equipment in buildings, structures and the environment
• Understanding the principles, practices and legislation for the termination and connection of
conductors, cables and cords in electrical systems
• Understanding principles, practices and legislation for the inspection, testing, commissioning and
certification of electro-technical systems and equipment in buildings, structures and the environment
• Understanding the principles, practices and legislation for diagnosing and correcting electrical faults in
electro-technical systems and equipment in buildings, structures and the environment
• Understanding the electrical principles associated with the design, building, installation and
• maintenance of electrical equipment and systems
• Applying Health and Safety legislation and working practices (installing and maintaining
• electro-technical systems and equipment)
• Applying environmental legislation, working practices and the principles of environmental technology
systems
• Overseeing and organising the work environment (electrical installation)
• Planning, preparing and installing wiring systems and associated equipment in buildings, structures
and the environment
• Terminating and connecting conductors, cables and flexible cords in electrical systems
• Inspecting, testing, commissioning and certifying electro-technical systems and equipment in
buildings, structures and the environment
• Diagnosing and correcting electrical faults in electrical systems and equipment in buildings, structures
and the environment
• Electro-technical occupational competence
Functional skills
Functional skills are practical skills in English and Mathematics that will help individuals to operate
confidently, effectively and independently in the workplace. These qualifications are a mandatory part of
the apprenticeship programme that must be passed to allow successful completion unless the GCSE
grades have been previously achieved. Employers have highlighted these abilities as an essential skill
and many see them as a minimal requirement when applying for jobs.
Assessment
Your employee will develop technical knowledge and will show competence through work activities.
Assessments involves observation of the duties carried out and a range of other methods; including
witness statements, professional discussions and reflective accounts, written reports and computer based
assignments in the work place. Candidates will work with their assessor to gain a work based qualification
and will work with an electronic portfolio that enables them to demonstrate their skills practically.
Date of publication: August 2015
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