Who Is It For?
The NVQ Level 3 Occupational Assessment is for electrical installers and inspectors who have previously completed a Level 2 and Level 3 Electrical Installation course of either one of the following 2330, 2360 or 2365 or equivalent qualifications and wish to become a qualified Electrician.
Depending on whether you have 5 years of experience on top of the Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications, you will be designated to either 2356/46 or 2357.
Please note that you must hold the latest 18th Edition Wiring Regulations before embarking on this course.
No fixed duration
A minimum of 6 months to a maximum of 18 months is needed to complete this unit
A few days learning within the training centre and the rest of time is at the individual learner’s place of work
Candidates who enroll on NVQ Level 3 Assessment will:
Prove they have learned and gained the experience to be able to establish certain electrical circuits within their place of work.
Candidates will learn and exemplify how to comply with health and safety on the worksite by following compulsory guidance from their workplace.
Candidates will demonstrate that they can inspect and test all kinds of electrical installations in line with 18th Edition Wiring Regulations (BS7671).
At the end of the course candidates will complete their NVQ portfolio and an accredited individual will sign its completion.
2356/7 NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Installation (Buildings and Structures)
Occupational Assessment at your own workplace
LTS is an ambitious training centre that inspires to lead in its field.
We have a team of trainers who have been in this industry for years and instilled with great passion for what they do. LTS aspires to raise the future generations of electricians and give them the experience, skill set and qualifications to be successful in their industry.
Our trainers have years of experience in this industry teaching with passion and have exceptional pass rate records to help you get the qualifications you desire.
The Electrical Courses on offer are tailored to the needs of students and what our trainers believe is crucial, to get you the accreditation you seek from City and Guilds.
LTS is designed to cater to the needs of its students and help them succeed by giving them the flexibility to do so.
If you are having difficulty funding this course, you may want to visit the Government’s website to apply for the Advanced Learner Loan if you are at the age 24 and above https://www.gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan. You can also check Learner Support if you are 19 and above https://www.gov.uk/learner-support or Grants and Bursaries for Adult Learners at https://www.gov.uk/grant-bursary-adult-learners.
Alternatively, you can also contact us on 01992 413503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for possible installment opportunities.