Electrical Installations Diploma
North Devon Campus
This course is the natural progression for any student who has taken the Electrical Installations Level 1 course and wants build on their knowledge and skills. It is designed for anyone who would like to work in the electrical industry but does not yet have an apprenticeship.
Successful learners can progress to an apprenticeship.
The programme includes Theory and Technology, Methods Procedures and Requirements, Craft Skills, Science and Principles, and, Health and Safety.
All aspects of the qualification will be studied through both classroom-based theory sessions and practical-based workshop sessions and will be assessed through a series of practical assessments and exams.
Your study programme will include tutorial sessions and work experience. You will also study Maths and English if a GCSE at grade 5/4 or above has not previously been achieved in these subjects.
You will undergo progressive assessment on the completion of the practical and theoretical elements at the end of each unit.
All entrants must hold 4 GCSEs at grade 3 or equivalent or above, to preferably include GCSE Maths and English at grade 3 or above.
Entrants who do not have a GCSE grade 4 in Maths and/or English will continue studying these subjects.
At the end of the year, you are expected to have completed and achieved all the components of your Level 2 Study Programme and improved your Maths and English skills before progressing to your next course.
You will need to have successfully completed the Electrical Installations Level 1 course to undertake this programme.
Successful learners can progress to an apprenticeship. Learners may also wish to consider progressing to a Level 3 programme within Electrical if they have a work placement or a Level 3 in the field of construction.
All teaching and learning is carried out in our fully-equipped electrical workshops.
Learners will need to bring:
- 2 A4 lever arch folders
- Lined paper
- 2 A4 sets of dividers (10s)
- Black and blue pens
- Permanent Marker (e.g. sharpie)
- Fine point black or blue pen
- Pencils - essential for all workshop sessions
- Calculator (non scientific)
- Memory stick
- Steel toe cap boots
- £10 to credit your printing account
- Current version of the BS7671 On-site guide
Safety clothing including boots and work trousers need to be purchased by the student.
Students are required to provide their own stationery and textbooks; a full equipment list will be provided at interview.
Students are asked to pay a contribution towards materials and learning resources used in workshops and classrooms.
There may also be trips throughout the year which may incur a cost.
If you are a 19+ learner there may be course fees, unless you are eligible for a remission. Financial support may be available, if you require further information contact the Advice and Guidance Centre on 01271 852422.
For more information, please contact our Advice & Guidance Centre on 01271 852422.