This course is designed for 16-19 and 19+ year olds.
Our electrical courses are the industry recognised route for new entrants looking for a career as an electrician.
This course is designed to give you all the specific skills required to be able to register as a Domestic Installer.
This course will lead to:
- Level 3 Electrical – This will enable you, along with your NVQ, to work in a commercial setting.
- Domestic Installer – This will allow you to gain employment once registered on a competent person scheme within the domestic electrical industry.
The entry requirements for this course are:
- Successful completion of the Level 2 Electrical Installations course
- Must have achieved both GCSEs to at least grade 4 in maths and English, a science GCSE is also preferred
This electrical course is designed to provide and help develop regulation knowledge, practical skills and the science required for electrical installation work. As the course progresses you will gain extensive knowledge of the theory of electrics.
This course will also provide an understanding of the Health & Safety requirements governing electrical installation processes, and knowledge of the organisation and structure of the Electrical Industry within which these activities are carried out.
Once completed you will also then gain the knowledge and requirements to enable you to achieve the BS7671: 2018, 18th Edition qualification which is a key ingredient to allowing you to register as a domestic installer.
The final stage of this journey will see you gain an in-depth knowledge to understand the principles, practices and legislation for carrying out inspection and testing within the domestic environment.
This well-rounded programme of study will set you up for a successful career within the Domestic Installation setting, with opportunities to enhance your skills for working in the commercial industry.
You will be assessed across a mix of theory and practical assessments which will be carried out to industry standards.
The assessment methods will be a mix of the below:
- Practical assessments
- Theory based assessments
- Online exams
You will have a theory and practical exam at the end of year 1 which will be linked to your suitability to progress to the 2nd year of your course.
All assessments will give you an opportunity to pass at one of the following three standards:
You will be provided with information on how to achieve the relevant grades before each assessment commences.