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Electrical Installation – Level 3 (Part-Time Evenings)

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  • Is this course for you?

    If you enjoy practical work and have an eye for detail, electrical installations could be a great career for you. Electricians install and maintain the equipment needed for the safe and efficient use of electricity, including fitting and repairing electrical circuits and wiring.

    The level 3 qualification continues the taught theories and skills from level 2 2365 and develops them to those needed in order to be a qualified Electrician, over three evenings per week.

    Buying tools and uniform are not required to take this course, however if you would like to build up on your own tools you are able to purchase these and bring them bring them with you.

  • Required qualifications

    To start at Level 3 you will to have completed the Electrical Level 2 qualification

  • What skills will I develop?

    You will continue to develop fantastic problem-solving skills along with a vast understanding of how electrical systems are wired and how they operate, as well a an understanding of design and site management.

    This knowledge will be across multiple systems including lighting, power, and control systems. Skills also learnt are cable containment systems such as cable tray, trunking, PVC and metal conduit etc. Workshop sessions continue to be very hands on, and you will progress to working with motors and three phase power supplies.

    In theory sessions you will develop and expand your knowledge of the mental aspect of electrical systems with many maths and science equations to calculate problems and learn the theory on how electronic components operate. You will also learn about the health and safety side to our trade and all the rules and regulations needed to work as a full-time electrician.

  • Careers

    Successful completion of the Level 3 Course qualifies you as an electrician, however, to become fully qualified you will need to undertake an apprenticeship standard with an electrical company.

    Becoming an electrician can be one of the most enjoyable and interesting jobs in the building and engineering industries.

    Once you have become qualified you can work all over the world. Electricians trained in the UK are some of the best in the world and often manage the electrical installation system build, managing teams of local electricians. For this role you can expect to be rewarded with a level of pay approaching 75k. Other roles within this industry are electrical engineer, domestic electrician, lighting technician, broadcast engineer, telecoms technician and maintenance electrician.

  • Is this course for you?

    If you enjoy practical work and have an eye for detail, electrical installations could be a great career for you. Electricians install and maintain the equipment needed for the safe and efficient use of electricity, including fitting and repairing electrical circuits and wiring.

    The level 3 qualification continues the taught theories and skills from level 2 2365 and develops them to those needed in order to be a qualified Electrician, over three evenings per week.

    Buying tools and uniform are not required to take this course, however if you would like to build up on your own tools you are able to purchase these and bring them bring them with you.

  • Required qualifications

    To start at Level 3 you will to have completed the Electrical Level 2 qualification

  • What skills will I develop?

    You will continue to develop fantastic problem-solving skills along with a vast understanding of how electrical systems are wired and how they operate, as well a an understanding of design and site management.

    This knowledge will be across multiple systems including lighting, power, and control systems. Skills also learnt are cable containment systems such as cable tray, trunking, PVC and metal conduit etc. Workshop sessions continue to be very hands on, and you will progress to working with motors and three phase power supplies.

    In theory sessions you will develop and expand your knowledge of the mental aspect of electrical systems with many maths and science equations to calculate problems and learn the theory on how electronic components operate. You will also learn about the health and safety side to our trade and all the rules and regulations needed to work as a full-time electrician.

  • Careers

    Successful completion of the Level 3 Course qualifies you as an electrician, however, to become fully qualified you will need to undertake an apprenticeship standard with an electrical company.

    Becoming an electrician can be one of the most enjoyable and interesting jobs in the building and engineering industries.

    Once you have become qualified you can work all over the world. Electricians trained in the UK are some of the best in the world and often manage the electrical installation system build, managing teams of local electricians. For this role you can expect to be rewarded with a level of pay approaching 75k. Other roles within this industry are electrical engineer, domestic electrician, lighting technician, broadcast engineer, telecoms technician and maintenance electrician.

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