If you’ve completed Level 2 or already have relevant experience and knowledge of the industry, the City & Guilds 2365 Level 3 is your next step towards becoming a qualified electrician. It includes a more advanced knowledge of electrical science, inspection and testing procedures, fault diagnosis and rectification, and installation design.
What the course covers
301 Understand the requirements of environmental technology systems (mostly theory-based). Includes online multiple-choice exam.
302 Principles of Electrical Science (primarily theory-based). Includes a written assignment and practical tasks.
303 Electrical installations: fault diagnosis and rectification (practical/theory). Includes a written assignment and practical tasks.
304 Electrical Installations: Inspection, Testing & Commissioning (practical/theory). Includes practical tasks and written paper.
305 Electrical Systems Design (practical and theory). Includes a practical assignment and a written paper
308 Career awareness in building services engineering (primarily theory-based). Includes one written assignment.
What careers can this lead to?
These qualifications can lead directly into employment, allowing you the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge to a high standard recognised by the industry.
Hands on training for success
All our course trainers have decades of teaching experience. You’ll learn from a range of training methods including both hands-on installation skills in the workshop as well as theory in our computer-equipped classroom. Practical training includes both Commercial and Domestic installation such as three-phase power systems, armoured cable, steel conduit, pipe bending and trunking.
All of our City and Guild’s accredited courses include the relevant hand-outs to support your learning. During practical days, we have specific training boards and the tools and materials necessary for your electrical requirements to ensure you are fully prepared for work in the electrical industry.
As outlined above, both Level 2 and Level 3 courses are assessed by a range of methods including online multiple-choice exams, practical assessments and written assignments.
Please note that you must bring photographic ID such as a passport or driving license with you in order to sit the assessments on these courses