Certificate in Electrical Installation / Maintenance (C&G 2330)
2 years part-time on an Apprenticeship
CITY & GUILDS
C&G Examination Fees
Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology (C&G 2330)
Other Entry Requirements
A medical certificate for Colour Blindness is a necessary requirement to attend for the course.
The course provides opportunities for students to acquire accreditation in more advanced areas of electrical installations and maintenance. It provides progression from the C&G 2330 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology course and has been carefully designed and structured to integrate practical skills with the related technology. This will enhance the candidate’s knowledge and skills to a higher stage into the electrical installation industry.
The course will provide an understanding of the regulations and health and safety requirements governing electrical installation processes. You will also gain knowledge of the organisation and structure of the industry within which these activities are carried out.
At the end of the first year of studies, you will be expected to sit for the Wireman’s Licence ‘A’ examinations. Successful students will gain knowledge and experience in a domestic and an industrial electrical installation environment.
Students will be assessed both during theoretical and practical work, in the electrical installation workshop and City & Guilds examinations
Programme Learning Outcomes
1. Understand electrical principles as applied to domestic and industrial installations 2. Interpret and follow safety requirements for domestic and industrial installations 3. Design and implement domestic and industrial electrical installations according to regulations 4. Troubleshoot and repair domestic and industrial electrical installations and equipment.
Core Study Units
Applications of Health and Safety Electrical Principles
Specialist Study Units
Installation (Building and Structure) Principles Testing and Commissioning Installation (Building and Structure) Fault Diagnosis and Rectification