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Electrical Installation City and Guilds Technical Certificate

Bridgwater College

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Electrical Installation City & Guilds Technical Certificate Who is the course for? This course is aimed at male or female students who wish to train to be an electrician but may not currently be employed in the trade. By obtaining good results during this course you will be able to show potential employers that you have the ability and commitment required to become an Advanced Modern Apprentice and fully-qualified electrician. What will I study on the course? ? C&G 2330 level 2 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology - Installation (Buildings and Structures) (Note this replaces the City & Guilds 2360) ? Practical exercises ? Basic skills - numeracy and literacy ? Key Skills ICT A 'taster' event in the summer introduces you to this practical course which is timetabled over three days a week. You will be encouraged to arrange a work placement for the other days. What is special about studying at Bridgwater College? Excellent Reputation The College has a good reputation for electrical installation and maintenance courses and good links with electrical installation contractors over a wide area. The College has excellent practical and teaching facilities. Work Placement In the first year students have two days per week which can be used for work experience in the workplace. If you progress to the Advanced Apprenticeship scheme you will be in the workplace for four days per week and attend the college on a day-release course. (You cannot become a qualified electrician without a job in the electrical profession and assessments in the workplace). What other skills will I acquire? As well as theoretical knowledge and practical electrical installation skills, you will also develop skills which help prepare you for life after College eg the workplace, and social situations. These skills include communication, numeracy and ICT as well as teamwork, showing an acceptance of others' viewpoints, creative skills, working with technology etc. These form a compulsory part of the programme. We are very keen to develop the 'whole' person both physically and mentally. What do our students say? I was offered employment at the end of my course, have passed my NVQ2 and have nearly completed NVQ3 - I am nearly fully-qualified! I am enjoying the course as it is what I want to do. How will I be assessed? The examinations are multi-choice and taken on-line and marked externally by the City & Guilds. Practical assignments are assessed and graded by the College staff and verified by external assessors. How long is the course? The course runs over one year. What can I do on completion of this course? Progress to Advanced Electrical Apprenticeship including: ? Year 2 - NVQ 3 in the workplace with Site Diary Days every month in College ? Year 3 - 2330 Level 3 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology - 1 day per week in College ? Year ? - complete NVQ 3 including AM 2 (Achievement Measurement 2) ? Employment in the electrical contracting industry and other related industries. What can I do in addition to this course? In addition, there will be opportunities for you to widen your interests, develop new skills and, in some cases, gain additional qualifications or upgrade existing. Current extra-curricular activities include Holiday French, Spanish or German; Duke of Edinburgh Awards; Choir; Orchestra; British Sign Language; Additional GCSEs; Build Your Own Computer; Photography etc.

Electrical Installation City & Guilds Technical Certificate Who is the course for? This course is aimed at male or female students who wish to train to be an electrician but may not currently be employed in the trade. By obtaining good results during this course you will be able to show potential employers that you have the ability and commitment required to become an Advanced Modern Apprentice...

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