Electrical – C&G Level 3 Diploma Electrical Installations (Building and Structures)
Course Code: 42092-01
Please note that this course code is specifically for 16-18 year old students as it is designed as a full time course. If you are aged 19 or over please click here to direct you to the correct code for the part time course equivalent.
|Cost||16-18 No Fee|
|When 10/09/2018||Duration1 year|
|LevelLevel 3||Attendancefull time|
This is the progression course for people who have completed the Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installation or for applicants with a previous qualification at the same level in a suitably related area and wishes to either seek work as an electrician or work in the wider electrical engineering or installation field.
This course is delivered full time during the day over one year for students aged 16-18. (For students aged 19 and over please find link above to redirect you to the part time course page.)
The qualification consists of seven units. The units of study are:
201 Health and Safety in Building Services Engineering
301 Understand the fundamental principle and requirements of environmental technology systems
302 Principles of Electrical Science
303 Electrical Installations: fault diagnosis and rectification
304 Electrical Installations: inspection, testing and commissioning
305 Electrical Systems Design
308 Career awareness in building services engineering
You will learn about the development of and implementation of maintenance and fault diagnosis procedures on a range of electrical systems.
You will also learn about the principles of operation of the systems mentioned in a practically and theoretical manner to improve your experience.
There are practical tasks within the course that develop previous hand and tool skills, providing opportunities to develop skills in the use and understanding of electrical and electronic test and measurements instruments.
Assessment of achievement is via a mixture of on-line choice assessments, assessment of practical work produced to specific requirements and the individually produced written assignments.
Classroom and workshop
Suitable applicants will hold, or may have the equivalent of, the Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installation.
All applicants will be subject to an interview and assessment of suitability to ensure they meet the entry requirements of the course and the course will meet their personal training.
All candidates must as a minimum have a GCSE 4 in Maths and English.
This course offers the opportunity to progress to higher qualifications such as the HNC in Building Services or a suitable BTEC programme. In addition, successful candidates may apply for the BS7671 (2018) 18th Edition Wiring Regulations course.