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Electro Technical Installations C&G Level 2 Diploma at The City of Liverpool College

Course description

This course is suitable for people wanting to gain employment in the Electro-technical industry and will provide the essential underpinning knowledge necessary for the National Occupational Standards. The aims of the course are to provide knowledge and awareness of the techniques, craft skills, technology and related science required for electrical installation work. The course will also provide an understanding of the regulations and health and safety requirements governing electrical installation processes and knowledge of the organisation and structure of the industry within which these activities are carried out.

There is an extremely high demand for this course and early application is essential.

Entry requirements

You must have a minimum of GCSE C/D or equivalent in maths and English. If you are 19+ and do not have formal qualifications, you will be asked to take an initial assessment to make sure the level of the course is right for you. There will also be an interview which includes a test for colour vision.

Financial information

All students are required to wear appropriate protective equipment in the workshops, including safety boots and overalls. Students may be able to purchase these through the college at a reduced cost.

Future opportunities

Successful completion of Level 2 will give you the underpinning skills and knowledge you need to be able to apply for jobs in the industry and then progress to Level 3.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The City of Liverpool College directly.

Last updated date: 27 September 2016

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    • Technical and Enterprise courses are located in this modern, purpose built facility that includes fully equipped workshops and laboratories for a number of trades such as dental technology, furniture making, bricklaying, painting and decorating, joinery, plastering, plumbing, electrical/gas installation and heating and ventilation workshops.

      The campus also houses motor vehicle repair workshops and an industry standard paint spraying booth.

      The college has invested £250,000 in environmental technologies facilities which include workshops housing the latest low carbon equipment and a full size ‘green’ home on which to demonstrate and deliver the latest green technologies skills training.