The level 3 electrotechnical apprenticeship is a work-based learning programme that allows you to earn a wage and work whilst studying towards industry recognised qualifications.
This construction apprenticeship for electrotechnical accredited via City and Guilds and EAL is now the only funded qualification in Wales that will earn learners their Gold Card status required to trade as electricians.
It is delivered through a combination of employment and classroom training, which can be carried forward into the world of work.
This programme includes the AM2S end point examination.
This apprenticeship is designed for those with foundation knowledge of electrical.
How does it work?
This apprenticeship consists of on and off-the-job training. On-the-job training involves learning the skills and methods needed to complete your qualifications whilst at work. Off-the-job training will occur alongside this in the form of day release attendance once a week to our training centre in Pyle.
These off-the-job training days are comprised of theory training and assessment, examinations and classroom time with your assessor.
Throughout your apprenticeship, your assessor will regularly visit you at your workplace and onsite to carry out reviews and observe you.
What qualifications will be achieved?
Apprenticeship programmes follow a standardised framework, i.e. a combination of qualifications that must be completed in order to successfully achieve. On completion of the electrotechnical, candidates will achieve the following qualifications:
- Level 3 NVQ in Building Services Engineering Electrotechnical Installation
- Level 2 Essential Communication Skills
- Level 2 Essential Application of Number Skills
- Level 2 Essential Digital Literacy Skills
Routes and pathways can be tailored to suit the needs of the learner and employer dependant on job role, duties undertaken and work completed. Exemptions can be made for Essential Skills qualifications depending on prior attainment. All electrical qualifications are accredited through City and Guilds and EAL.
Up to 30 months for candidates with prior electrical qualifications at level 2. Up to 42 months for direct entrants with no previous electrical training.
Candidates must hold electrical qualifications at level 2 in order to enrol for the shorter duration and at least two GCSEs in English and Mathematics at grade C or above. All candidates are subject to a robust initial assessment via the Wales Essential Skills Toolkit to assess levels of literacy and numeracy prior to enrolment.
Apprenticeship programmes are fully funded by the Welsh Government and European Social Fund, so there is no cost for the training.
- Must be over the age of 16.
- Must be in full-time employment with a contract to evidence this.
- Must not be in any other education or training.
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