Construction Courses at Lancaster & Morecambe College

Installation Electrician/Maintenance Electrician Apprenticeship Level 3

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Level
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Type
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Duration
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Location
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Start date: Roll on

This Apprenticeship is facilitated in partnership with JTL. To apply for this course, please contact JTL.

An Apprenticeship is a perfect choice if you want to continue your studies and develop your skills, knowledge and behaviours in a specific industry, while also earning a salary in full-time employment; kickstarting your long-term career path.

Entry Requirements

Students must have 3 GCSEs at A*/9 - C/4, OR a related Level 2 qualification plus English and Maths at grade C/4 or higher.

Course Activities

All trainees are employed within the electrical contracting industry and are indentured apprentices who will be contracted to one employer for the Apprenticeship, the period of Apprenticeship being 4 years.

At the end of the Apprenticeship the trainee will be eligible for grading as an electrician provided all of the criteria listed below have been met, together with the requirements of year 2 to 4 of the Apprenticeship.

Year 1 - You will complete:

  • 18 Practical Training Exercises

  • Practical Assessment/Assignments

  • Technical Certificate City and Guilds 2357 Level 2 (part)

Year 2 - You will complete:

  • Practical Training Exercises

  • Assessment/Assignments

  • Technical Certificate City and Guilds 2357 Level 3

Years 3 & 4

During the final years of the Apprenticeship the trainee will be employed on site, full time, during which he or she will complete his or her Apprentice training log book and develop his or her practical skills. This together with onsite practical assessment and completion of the Achievement Measurement Test, held at one of the AM2 test centres situated throughout the country, would gain the Apprentice the NVQ Level 3 qualification and make him or her eligible for grading as an electrician.

You will need to provide your own industrial clothing / overalls and safety footwear.

Progression Opportunities

Employment / self-employment as a qualified electrician.

Interested?

This Apprenticeship is facilitated in partnership with JTL. To apply for this course, please contact JTL.

If you are already employed then contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01524 521483.

Course code: A31957-A1A