Construction is everywhere. From housing and shopping centres, to roads, bridges and even national landmarks, it is at the centre of our ever-growing infrastructure, and you can be a part of it as they all require electrical installations. Construction is a lot more than just building, you are building and equipping homes for families, schools for children, hospitals for your community, and constantly improving and upgrading them as the industry develops.
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Take your first step towards a career as a Electrician in the construction industry with a hands-on course that gives you the opportunity to develop all of the basic skills required in the trade. The course combines practical skills and theory so you can expand your knowledge and make good progress towards minimum qualifications or skill levels required for entry into industry.
On this course you will learn about:
You also learn GCSE / Functional skills in Math and English.
Develop your skills in our City & Guilds 2365-02 Diploma In Electrical Installation and be well on your way to becoming a qualified electrician, with a hands-on course that gives you all the basics from wiring a plug to wiring a building. The course combines practical skills and theory so you expand your knowledge and work towards your Level 3.
On this course you learn about:
Aswell as learning about all these topics you will also be given the opportunity for site work experience as part of your course.
The Level 3 qualification is aimed at those who have already completed the Level 2 qualification or with some relevant experience and knowledge of the industry.
All learners will complete the mandatory units within the qualification learners will need to undertake the following units;
A large part of the course will be work experience for approx. 300 hours during the academic year. This will enable learners to gain valuable employability skills and real site experience.
These qualifications are intended for those who want to gain the knowledge and practical skills to progress onto an Electrotechnical Apprenticeship Programme.
There are currently 2.9 million people employed in the UK construction sector.
UK construction contributes £90 billion to the UK economy.