The electrical industry is a major part of the UK construction industry, employing people who work with a wide range of materials and technology. To be a fully qualified electrician it is necessary to have an NVQ Level 3 in Electrotechnical Systems. The apprenticeship will incorporate this relevant NVQ into the training, whilst offering the chance to earn while you learn.
A certificate of completion from the Institute for Apprenticeships.
EAL Level 3 Electrotechnical (Electrical Installation).
City & Guilds certificates in Inspection, Testing and Certification of Installations, Wiring Regulations and In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment. It is also useful to complete a short training scheme known as Part P which allows electricians to certify all their own electrical work
Suitable employment on or prior to starting the apprenticeship training programme.
An appropriate level of maths and English (assessed prior to apprenticeship start)
Apprentices without English or maths (at Level 2 for a Level 3 Apprenticeship or Level 1 for a Level 2 Apprenticeship) must achieve this prior to taking the End Point Assessment).
A relevant Level 2 qualification in Electrical Installation or two plus years of relevant work experience.