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Electrotechnical Experienced Worker Qualification (L3)

This is a replacement for the C&G 2356-99 and is known as the Experienced Worker Assessment. It is for people already working in the trade who have a minimum of 5 years’ experience. Upon completion it will enable the student to gain a JIB Gold Card.

12 Months
Part-Time
Theory & Practical
£1200 (FCR)

Entry Requirements: There are no entry requirements for this course however you will have to undergo a rigorous and formal ‘Skills Scan’ to determine your suitability for the course

Course Info

This is a replacement for the C&G 2356-99 and is known as the Experienced Worker Assessment. It is for people already working in the trade who have a minimum of 5 years’ experience. Upon completion it will enable the student to gain a JIB Gold Card.

Most stakeholders in the electrical industry have deemed the old 2356 as being out of date and somewhat cumbersome for this type of qualification. It has therefore been updated and now mirrors the 5357 NVQ in terms of on-site performance objectives.

Once an application has been received the student has to undergo a rigorous and formal ‘Skills Scan’ to determine their suitability for the course. This is used to identify their skills, experience and technical knowledge. It will be subject to internal and external quality assessment.

If the skills scan is successful, the student must complete six performance units from the 5357 NVQ on several occasions, some of which will be direct on-site observations. It is also a requirement to have an 18th edition qualification and an inspection and testing qualification such as the 2391-50. When this is complete the student then progresses through the ‘gateway’ to do an AM2E to finish their qualification.

It is expected that this qualification can be completed over a single academic year.

The 2346-03 is a full cost recovery course only and attracts no funding.

Teaching

Applicants will not need to attend college every week.

Entry Requirements & Interview Process

There are no entry requirements for this course however you will have to undergo a rigorous and formal ‘Skills Scan’ to determine your suitability for the course