2365-02 Level 2 Diploma

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Electrical Installation (Buildings and Structures)

Duration: Different dependent on route
Cost: Night Classes £2900
          Distance Learning £1500

The 2365 Level 2 is for anyone aged 16 and above regardless of previous experience or knowledge, who wishes to become an electrician and work in commercial, industrial and domestic electrics. This course is usually followed by the Level 3 Qualification, an NVQ and an AM2 Assessment to become a qualified electrician.

This City & Guilds 2365 Level 2 Course (Diploma in Electrical Installation) is the start of your training to become a qualified electrician. It will cover the wide range of electrical installation skills plus the essential electrical science, electrical theory and craft knowledge skills training needed to join the electrical industry. Once completed you can then progress on to take the 2365 Level 3 Diploma course. This is one of the qualification routes recognised by the electrical industry to become a qualified electrician.

Put simply, to get a job with a contractor as a rookie electrician. By funding your initial training yourself you can make yourself much more attractive to employers by gaining the relevant skills and experience that they are looking for. This Level 2 course and covers all the foundation knowledge and practical skills that will mean you won’t simply be making tea if you start in a new job or apprenticeship. You will actually be able to get to work straight away under the supervision of a qualified sparky.

This will allow you to then complete further training, on the Level 3 Diploma Qualification and then onto your NVQ and AM2 at a later stage, if you so choose.

This course covers a range of training methods and you will learn both hands on installation skills in our purpose built workshops as well as the theory and science behind electrics. This is the first part of the most comprehensive electrician course available and covers the following areas:

  • Electrical Installations Technology – Mainly theory Based 

  • Principles of Electrical Science - Mainly theory Based

  • Installation of Wiring Systems and enclosures – Practical & Theory Training

  • Health and Safety in Building Services Engineering - Practical & Theory Training 

  • Understand how to communicate with others within Building Services Engineering - Practical & Theory Training

 

During this course you will cover more advanced practical skills not limited but including:

  • Armoured cable

  • Pipe Bending Techniques

  • Steel Conduit

  • Trunking

  • PVC Cables (Twin, Earth & Singles)

  • Plastic Conduit

  • Cable Tray (Metallic)

  • Inspection & Testing (Pre-Energisation)

As a specialist electrical training centre we have the state of the art training areas specifically for the modules you will be studying. If your course module requires hands on learning you will be in a workshop, if it requires classroom based learning you will be taught in dedicated classrooms. We also have for subjects like Inspection and Testing.

Assessment of the qualification

201

Health and safety in building services engineering

Practical Assignment (211) City and Guilds on-line multiple choice test (601) The assessment covers the knowledge and practical requirements of the unit and assesses all learning outcomes to verify coverage of the unit. Externally set assignment, locally marked and externally verified

202

Principles of Electrical Science

City and Guilds on-line multiple choice test  (602) The assessment covers the knowledge requirements of the unit and assesses all learning outcomes to verify coverage of the unit.

203

Electrical Installations Technology

City and Guilds on-line multiple choice test (203)

The assessment covers the knowledge requirements of the unit and assesses all learning outcomes to verify coverage of the unit.

204

Installation of wiring systems and enclosures

Practical Assignment  The assessment covers the knowledge and practical requirements of the unit and assesses all learning outcomes to verify coverage of the unit.

Externally set assignment, locally marked and externally verified.

210

Understand how to communicate with others within building services engineering

City and Guilds on-line multiple choice test

The assessment covers the knowledge requirements of the unit and assesses all learning outcomes to verify coverage of the unit.

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