Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installations
What are the Course Details?
An advanced level course, this programme will help you to develop an in-depth knowledge of electrical installations. It will provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge to become a qualified electrician.
Throughout the programme you will develop skills and knowledge in inspection and testing as well as fault finding. Theory sessions include electrical design and advanced principles.
You must pass a colour blind test to be eligible for the course.
Is the Course for Me?
What are the Entry Requirements?
If you haven’t already achieved a GCSE grade 4 or grade C in English or maths, then you will study either GCSE or functional skills English or maths alongside your other qualifications.
What will I Learn?
- Engineering and environmental health and safety
- Maintenance engineering principles
- Employability skills
Optional Units (electrical):
- Electrical installation methods, wiring and circuit protection
- Basic electrical circuit inspection, testing and fault diagnosis
Students can study a range of GCSEs or AS Levels alongside their main vocational qualification.
*Please note there are additional qualifications available, this will be discussed with you at interview.
How will I Learn?
How will I be Assessed?
Are there any Trips or Visits?
Is there any Work Experience?
What can I Progress to?
Alternatively, you could progress straight into employment in the engineering industry including an apprenticeship. Studying electrical maintenance could lead to a career in electrical maintenance, electrical installations, manufacturing and many other opportunities.
What Equipment is Required?
Equal Opportunities for All
The College is committed to reducing and eliminating all forms of disadvantage and discrimination by legislation and positive action.
The progression towards equality will ensure that no group receives less favourable treatment, thereby enabling all learners, regardless of race, religious belief, gender, sexuality, gender reassignment, pregnancy/maternity, age and disability to have equal access to the provision of goods, services, education, training, facilities and premises.
The College will develop relevant procedures to eliminate all forms of direct, indirect and combined discrimination relating to the equality strands (the ‘protected characteristics’ as defined within the tenets of the Equality Act 2010).
NB: Detailed content of this course could change as a result of Awarding Body updates.