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Electrical Installation (Part-Time)

Qualification: EAL Diploma
Level 3

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About this course

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This Level 3 qualification enables you to acquire advanced knowledge and related skills of electrical installation. It does not require occupational evidence from the workplace, so is suitable for learners who currently do not work within the electrical industry but may wish to do so.

Financial Support

* If you're aged 19 or over and are starting a further education course at level 3 or above, you may qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan. This course is eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan.

Important Notice

Please note that all courses are subject to minimum numbers. If there are too few enrolments, the College may cancel the course. A place on your chosen course is not confirmed until enrolment is complete and any relevant fees are paid.

If you have any questions about this course, please contact us.

Tel: 023 8048 4848

You will practice and be assessed in a secure environment on the installation and testing of electrical equipment together with the relevant theory of electrical installation to the current edition of the wiring regulations. You will have the opportunity to utilise BS 7671 within some of the units and also acquire the relevant understanding of electrical science and principles.

Our electrical workshops provide a fantastic learning environment with industry standard equipment and practise testing bays.

  • You must have a Level 2 Electrical Installation qualification
  • GCSE grades 4/C or above in English, maths and preferably a science subject
  • You will be required to attend a College interview prior to enrolling onto the course
  • Apprenticeship in Electrical Installation
  • Employment in the electrical industry
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