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Electrical Installation City & Guilds 2365 Level 2 & 3

This City and Guilds qualification allows you to study all aspects of the electro-technical industry and greatly improves your prospects of securing employment within the sector. This qualification provides the industry accepted foundation of technical competence and in conjunction with employment and enrol upon the part-time NVQ course and work towards fully qualified Electrician status.

Description

Taking this course will greatly improve your prospects for employment within the industry. The City & Guilds 2365 covers everything from the ground up. As such it is open to all even those with little or no electrical experience. Applicants must be aged 16 and above. If you want to become a fully-qualified electrician working on industrial, commercial and domestic installations, then taking this course is a simple and effective first step.

These are the subject areas you will study:

Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installations:

  • Health & Safety
  • Principles of electrical science
  • Electrical installations technology 
  • Installation of wiring systems & enclosures
  • How to communicate with others within the building trade

Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installations:

  • Health & Safety
  • Environmental technology systems, principles and requirements
  • Electrical science principles
  • Fault diagnosis and rectification of electrical installation
  • Inspection testing & commissioning
  • Electrical systems design
  • Career awareness

Teaching

Candidates are assessed through one online external examinations to assess their electrical knowledge. In addition there are written exams and practical exams also there will be assignments to complete each unit.

Course Leader profile

Greg O'Shea

I’ve spent 13 years in the electro-technical industry with broad and varied experiences from commercial to heavy industrial works. They joy of our profession is how every site is different. Installing lighting, general and dedicated power, communication systems, personal enabling equipment and asset protection systems all around the country and abroad in anything from bank vaults to operating theatres kept things interesting. Working for several companies (including my own) installing specialist systems such as halon fire suppression systems and power and control systems for complex manufacturing and production systems gave me an authoritative perspective into how far reaching the profession could be and that the rewards for competence, diligence and speed were great. I enjoyed the variety that a career in electrical installation provided, though began to realise that the most rewarding aspect of my working life was when I had time on-site to show apprentice electricians how or why we did a task in a certain way, explain how something worked or help make ‘real-life’ sense of the science and maths they were learning at college. I began teaching part time in the evenings in 2006 and after just a few weeks decided this is what I wanted to do all day and began my teacher training. I found the psychology and methodologies for helping others to learn was as fascinating as the subject I was teaching and continue to study towards becoming a better teacher. The job satisfaction from seeing trainee electricians develop their practical skills, gain confidence in their technical abilities and progress their career was overwhelming and that feeling of pride in my students is still with me at the end of every class and at the achievement of each exam. To be able to share their successes and to have contributed to it as part of a strong, dedicated electrical team is what makes Calderdale College a vibrant, energetic and inspiring place to work and a exciting place to learn Electrical Installation Engineering.

Entry Requirements

All applicants will be required to undertake a college assessment and interview. Full time learners under 19 must have achieved a level one electrical qualification.

Interview Process

College Assessment and Interview with a specialist tutor. Candidates are required to show enthusiasm and commitment to the course.

Questions & Answers

How is the course assessed?

Candidates are assessed through one online external examinations to assess their electrical knowledge. In addition there are written exams and practical exams also there will be assignments to complete each unit.

Are there any opportunities for progression?

As well as being able to transfer to the 2357 at any time during the course you will be in an excellent position to take on short courses such as the new 17th Edition Wiring Regulations, C&G 2399 PV Installation, C&G 2394/5 Inspection & Testing or the new C&G 2396 Design course, which employers are looking for in today’s versatile workforce. Further to this you may wish to look at management courses in the building, construction and engineering industries.

Functional Skills

Yes for full time

Support

Before Enrolment

The Advice & Guidance team provide impartial Student Advisors to give information about College Courses and provide initial guidance to help you decide which course is best for you . Financial advice and assistance if you need help with childcare, equipment, fees, or travel. Careers and Student Advisors to give you the necessary help and guidance you need when you are progressing on to further and higher education or employment.

During Your Study

To help you to succeed in your course of study we offer a range of services. For instance, you may have a learning difficulty and/or disability or other condition which significantly affects your daily life. If you would like to discuss your support needs, or for further information about the support available, please contact the study support team on 01422 357357 Ext 9347.

Home Educated Young People

Young people aged 14-16 who are home educated can now access college courses free of charge to enhance their education. If you are interested in finding out more about the opportunities available please contact the School Liaison Team on 01422 399332.

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Course details

  • Attendance: Part-time (evening)
  • Start Date: Week beginning 4 September 2017
  • Hours per week: 6 hours
  • Days: Monday & Tuesday
  • Start Time: 6.00 pm
  • End Time: 9.00 pm
  • Duration: 72 weeks
  • Course Fees: Please contact Student Services for information on fees Students who are aged 19 and over and who wish to enrol should contact our Student Services Team on 01422-399367 for more information.
  • Venue: Calderdale College
  • Faculty: Construction & Technology
  • Department Manager: Andrew Barnes

Qualifications

  • Level: Level 2
  • Qualification Name: CITY & GUILDS 2365 Electrical Installation Engineering Diploma
  • Awarding Body: City & Guilds

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