Electrical Apprenticeship – Advanced Apprenticeship at GEN II Engineering & Technology Training Ltd
Electricians are highly skilled crafts men and women, who work with electrical equipment and supplies on a wide range of engineering machinery and equipment. They also control and maintain instrumentation equipment that is used to accurately measure and regulate process variables such as flow rate of liquids or gasses, temperature or pressure. Their work ranges from installation of domestic electrical circuits for houses, to sophisticated installation and maintenance of highly complex machinery and equipment in major processing plants and factories. Electricians install, maintain and test electrical & instrumentation equipment, systems and appliances, and have to be able to diagnose and fault find problems with electrical equipment. For these reasons they need to be highly skilled with a logical and methodical approach to their work. Electricians need to have perfect colour vision and therefore must undertake a colour blindness test.
- Electrical installation
- Fault finding
- Electrical safety
- Safe use of tools
- Health and safety
- Engineering drawings
- NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in Maintaining Engineering Construction Plant and Systems - Instrument and Controls
- NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in Installation and Commissioning or Engineering Maintenance or NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in Technical Support
- Technical Certificate in BTEC Diploma in Engineering or a craft qualification
- Functional Skills / Personal Learning and Thinking Skills / Employee Rights and Responsibilities
Preferred results: GCSE Grades A-C in Mathematics, English and Science. Although employer requirements may vary. Successfully pass the Gen2 aptitude testing. Satisfactory reference.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact GEN II Engineering & Technology Training Ltd directly.