Employment in this sector offers diverse career paths, good wages and the opportunity to start your own business. If you are logical, creative and a good problem-solver looking for a stimulating career, we have a variety of electrical training courses to prepare you as a future electrician in a trade that will always be in demand by the public and be essential to the construction industry.
All applicants will be required to pass an assessment and attend an interview and then the typical route of study is from Level 1 Diploma, progressing to Level 2 Diploma and then to employment or an apprenticeship. There are various part-time courses, including ones required for assessment and testing. We have industry-standard training facilities and equipment with lessons taught by tutors who have worked in the industry.
2382-18 18th Edition
This accredited course will run for three days, with a two-hour exam at the end, and is suitable for people working in the electrotechnical industry who have completed their 17th Edition. The course will give you a clear understanding of how the current regulations will impact on electrical installation and is fully referenced to the 18th Edition BS 7671:2018 Blue Book. It will cost £495 and includes a heavily discounted copy of the 18th Edition Regulations (Blue Book) and the On Site Guide.
- AM2 / AM2S / AM2E Pre-Assessment Training Day
- Level 3 2382-22 18th Ed C&G Award Requirements Electrical Installations BS7671:2018 +A2:2022
- Level 3 Award in Inspection and Testing (combination of initial and periodic) 2391-52
- Level 3 BPEC Award in Electricity Energy Storage Systems
- Level 3 BPEC Award Solar Photovoltaic Installation & BPEC Electricity Energy Storage Systems
- Level 3 C&G Award in Domestic EV Charging Equipment Installation (2921-31)
Level 1 Electrical
Previous school: Sir John Talbot's School
Electrical Installation gets you ready for the work environment. It is totally different to school, which is what I wanted for my further education and the teachers treat you with respect. They let you know when you’re doing well and they’ll put you right if you’re going wrong.
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