This course is for learners who currently do not work within the electrical industry but may wish to do so, or for those who wish to develop their understanding and skills of electrical installation. The qualification will not automatically make the individual an electrician, but will facilitate progression onto the industry-recognised qualification. The guided learning hours are between 459 and 480 depending on which optional unit you choose. This qualification allows the learner to acquire advanced underpinning knowledge and related skills of electrical installation. The qualification has mandatory and optional units. The mandatory units cover electrical installation design, environmental technology systems, electrical science and principles, electrical installation craft, inspection, testing, commissioning, and diagnosing and correcting electrical faults. Candidates will sit a range of online multiple-choice exams, practical assessments and written assignments. The course runs on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The course cost is £3345.
What do I need to join?
No formal entry requirements, but some candidates may find it advantageous to have completed the EAL Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installation prior.
How will I know how I am doing?
Targets will be set and agreed with your tutor throughout the year, and you will receive regular feedback and one-to-one progress reviews with your tutor to ensure that you are on track to achieve your goals. Candidates will sit a range of online multiple-choice exams, practical assessments and written assignments.
What can I do next?
After successful completion, you can progress onto: • EAL 18th Edition Wiring Regulations • EAL qualifications in inspection and testing • EAL Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspections and Testing of Electrical Equipment • EAL Electrical apprenticeship qualificationsApply for this course
Course information last updated: Thursday 2nd April 2020 @ 7.30am (23 hours ago)