Electrotechnical Technology Advance Apprenticeship at Millennium Academy Ltd
The electrotechnical industry involves the installation, maintenance and repair of electrotechnical equipment – from installing electrical systems inside a new building to maintaining machinery on a production line. Industry electricians should be good with their hands and able to use a range of tools, good at maths and science and physically fit. With the right qualifications and experience electricians can progress to supervisory or management roles, become self employed or set up their own contracting business.
- Employment, for a minimum of 16 hours per week, with training in both the workplace and at College.
- Apprentices must be in receipt of at least the minimum wage for apprentices, pro rata for part-time learners.
- Attendance at College on a regular basis, usually a block release pattern. You will work towards a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ); Key Skills; Employer Rights & Responsibilities; and a Technical Certificate.
- Qualifications that you have already gained may contribute towards some of the Apprenticeship components.
You will work towards an NVQ Level 3. This will include a Technical Certificate Level 2 & 3 and Key Skills – Application of Number (Level 2), Communication (Level 2) and Information Technology (Level 1). You will also complete an extensive practical programme focusing on various system installation techniques. Successful candidates will also take the Achievement Measure 2 test to prove competence.
No formal qualifications are required; however it is recommended that candidates have Basic Skills at level 1.
- There are no formal examinations within the NVQ, as your work will be assessed on an ongoing basis.
- The Technical Certificate will be assessed by formal examination.
- Assessment of Key Skills will consist of gathering a portfolio of evidence and a test
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Millennium Academy Ltd directly.