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Technical Certificate in Electrical Installation Level 2

Level 2 - Intermediate

Technical Certificate in Electrical Installation Level 2

Want to work as an electrician in the building services industry? This course has been designed to deliver a high level of occupational skills and provide a platform from which to progress through further into an apprenticeship programme or into employment. This route at Level 2 is a step towards becoming a competent electrician.

This qualification is designed to cover many areas within the Electro Technical Technology sector. Learning covers practical hands-on tasks which complement the main learning areas of Health and Safety, Principals of Electrical Science and Electrical Installation Technology.

BMet work with local employers who will contribute to the knowledge and delivery of training. Employers will provide demonstrations and talks on the industry and where possible work placements will also be provided by the employers. This practically based training is ideal preparation for gaining employment in the electrotechnical industry or specialist further study.

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James Watt College

09-09-2024

Free*

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* Courses are free for 16-18s. Students aged 19 or over could be charged fees and is subject to a fee assessment. Learners on benefits in the majority of cases courses are also free. Fee assessments are completed at enrolment.

Course Length: 35 Weeks

You require the minimum GCSE grade 4 or above in maths and English. If you do not meet the entry requirements you can enroll on one of our Construction Level 1 courses where you have the opportunity to start your journey at the same time raise your maths and English grades.

You will be expected to have 100% attendance, 100% punctuality and homework completed and submitted timely.

You will be assessed by 2 synoptic exams – one based on the theory knowledge gained and a second on the practical skills. A Synoptic exam is the same as taking an English or maths exam where you are tested on all the knowledge you have obtained throughout the course.

As a condition of enrolment, and towards being prepared for learning, learners must supply the following items:

On-Site Guide (BS 7671:2018+A2:2022) (Electrical Regulations) – The On-Site Guide is an essential part of an electrician’s toolkit, as such, from the first week of the course tutors require that learners refer to this document.  The book is reference material, and it is essential ALL learners obtain a copy because it can be referred to during internal assessments and formal exams. During the sixth week of the course learners will be assessed on their understanding of this document, the result of that assessment will contribute towards the tutor’s determination as to whether a learner will remain on the course after the sixth week.

Site Safety Boots – Site Safety Boots are essential part of an electrician’s PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), from the first week of the course this equipment must be worn in the workshop and other construction areas.

Other Classroom Equipment – From week one – learners must provide the following to enable participation in electrical design and electrical science:

  • Scientific Calculator
  • Helix 300mm Metric Triangular Scale Ruler
  • Helix Oxford Maths Set
  • Pencils and Pens (Grey, Blue, Black, Red, Yellow, Green, Brown)
  • Eraser
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Note Pad

Learners are not allowed to use mobile phones during exams and must provide their own scientific calculator.

Successful completion of the course will allow you to continue your studies progressing on to the level 3 course. Alternitively you may start seeking employment within the electricial industry.

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