Electrical Installation Technical Certifciate 2330 Level 3 Supported Distance Learning Route

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Who is this course for?

This course is designed for those wishing to follow a career in the Electrical Contracting industry. It builds upon the level 2 programme The City & Guilds Level 3 and the Electrotechnology qualification is designed to provide opportunities for candidates to gain accreditation for their individual level of understanding of the underpinning knowledge relevant to the appropriate related NVQ. The emphasis is on 'learning by doing', not on competence. For this reason candidates are required to complete a number of assignments to show their attainment of practical skills which in turn implies understanding of the theoretical knowledge required to complete a number of acti…

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Who is this course for?

This course is designed for those wishing to follow a career in the Electrical Contracting industry. It builds upon the level 2 programme The City & Guilds Level 3 and the Electrotechnology qualification is designed to provide opportunities for candidates to gain accreditation for their individual level of understanding of the underpinning knowledge relevant to the appropriate related NVQ. The emphasis is on 'learning by doing', not on competence. For this reason candidates are required to complete a number of assignments to show their attainment of practical skills which in turn implies understanding of the theoretical knowledge required to complete a number of activities successfully.

Course description

There are three modules to be studied within the City & Guilds 2330 Level 3 Building & Structures course, as follows:

Unit 301
This aim of this core unit is to recognise the importance of the candidate’s ability to work safely and efficiently and to understand the electrical principles which allow electrotechnical activities to be carried out. It includes responsibilities, accident reporting and the identification of hazards and risks. It also covers the competencies needed to work efficiently and effectively in the working environment including the efficient use of resources, the creation and maintenance of effective working relationships with colleagues and line management, the setting and review of objectives and targets for personal development and contribution to opportunities for improvement to working practices and procedures.

There are six learning outcomes to this unit. The candidate will be able to:

  1. comply with statutory regulations and organisational requirements
  2. apply safe working practices and follow accident and emergency procedures
  3. effective working practices
  4. understand the functions of electrical components
  5. understand electrical supply systems, protection and earthing
  6. understand the functions of electrical machines and motors.

Unit 302 
This unit identifies the principles and processes applicable to the inspection, testing and commissioning of electrical installations. The content of this unit covers procedures for inspection, testing to meet the requirements of the installation and the industry codes of practice.

There are two learning outcomes to this unit. The candidate will be able to:

  1. use safe, effective and efficient working practices to complete electrical installations
  2. select appropriate working methods and use tools, equipment and instruments for installation and commissioning.

Unit 303

This unit identifies the principles and processes applicable to fault diagnosis on systems, equipment and components within an electrical installation. The content of this unit covers safe and approved procedures for fault finding and the re-establishment of operational conditions.

There are two learning outcomes to this unit. The candidate will be able to:

  1. use safe, effective and efficient working practices to undertake fault diagnosis
  2. carry out commissioning to restore systems, components and equipment to working order.

Assessment

Unit 301: Online Principles exam

Unit 302: 16 Written Question Paper + Practical Assessment

Unit 303: 16 Written Question Paper + Practical Assessment

Materials Required: Candidates will be provided with comprehensive learning materials throughout their programme. 

Entry Requirements: Successful completion of 2330 level 2 is required.

Progression: You can progess to Level 4 qualifications, such as the City & Guilds Higher Professional Diploma in Building Services.

Course Location: Units 17,18 & 23 , Avondale Business Centre

Teaching Staff: Alan Wilson, Les Holmes & James Morris

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