AM2 / AM2S / AM2E Pre-Assessment Training Day
Assessments run all year round, please get in touch for current availability.
The following book is available to purchase from the college at a special price of £25. Please enquire with the Part-Time Admissions team at the time of booking.
Guidance Notes Three, Inspection and testing 2018+A2:2022
Who is it for?
Anyone that is planning on completing the AM2, AM2S or AM2E assessment.
Candidates should possess the basic underpinning knowledge and practical skills in all the assessment areas specified. The candidate self-assessment check list must be completed prior to undertaking the assessment. It is expected that candidates will be working towards a Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Electrical Installation.
What does the course involve?
In order to prepare candidates for the AM2 assessment we provide a one-day refresher course that is based on the candidate self-assessment checklists.
The main areas covered will include:
- Safe isolation of supplies
- Cable and gland types used in the assessment.
- Testing procedures for initial verification.
- Completing test paperwork (EIC)
- Fault finding
There are other advantages to attending a training day, most candidates feel more relaxed and prepared having visited the college and familiarised themselves with transport arrangements, the campus layout, facilities and had the chance to meet centre staff before their assessment.
How much does it cost?
Please see our application form for the costs of reassessment in individual sections.
What do I do next?
In order to apply to this course you will need to provide the following documents which your training provider should be able to help with:
- A completed copy of the application form which can be found below
- A completed copy of the AM2S candidate checklist which can be found below
- A copy of your technical certificates from City & Guilds or EAL
- A copy of your maths and English certificates
Please view the Pre-Assessment Manual which is designed to help candidates prepare for their upcoming assessment.
Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installation
Previous school: Meole Brace School
When I was at school I knew I wanted to be trained in a trade and completed work experience with labourers – they advised me to become an electrician. There is a great atmosphere at the College and I want to continue with a Level 3 Apprenticeship after this year.
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