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Engineering - Electrical Installation Apprenticeship Level 3 (ENG1) at Barnsley College

Course description

You will all of the mandatory units listed below. You will also study:

  • Employment, Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) Booklet
  • Level 2 Functional Skills in English, maths and IT

Mandatory Units (Knowledge to be assessed at college)

  • QELTK3/001 : Understanding Health And Safety Legislation, Practices And Procedures (Installing And Maintaining Electro-technical Systems And Equipment)
  • QELTK3/002 : Understanding Environmental Legislation, Working Practices And The Principles Of Environmental Technology Systems
  • QELTK3/003 : Understanding The Practices And Procedures For Overseeing And Organising The Work Environment (Electrical Installation)
  • QELTK3/004 : Understanding The Practices And Procedures For The Preparation And Installation Of Wiring Systems And Electro-technical Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/004A : Understanding The Principles Of Planning And Selection For The Installation Of Electro-technical Equipment And Systems In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/005 : Understanding The Principles, Practices And Legislation For The Termination And Connection Of Conductors, Cables And Cords In Electrical Systems
  • QELTK3/006 : Understanding Principles, Practices And Legislation For The Inspection, Testing, Commissioning And Certification Of Electro-technical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/007 : Understanding The Principles, Practices And Legislation For Diagnosing And Correcting Electrical Faults In Electro-technical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/008 : Understanding The Electrical Principles Associated With The Design, Building, Installation And Maintenance Of Electrical Equipment And Systems

Mandatory Units (Practical to be assessed at work)

  • QELTP3/001 : Applying Health And Safety Legislation And Working Practices (Installing And Maintaining Electro-technical Systems And Equipment)
  • QELTP3/002 : Applying Environmental Legislation, Working Practices And The Principles Of Environmental Technology Systems
  • QELTP3/003 : Overseeing And Organising The Work Environment (Electrical Installation)
  • QELTP3/004 : Planning, Preparing And Installing Wiring Systems And Associated Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTP3/005 : Terminating And Connecting Conductors, Cables And Flexible Cords In Electrical Systems
  • QELTP3/006 : Inspecting, Testing, Commissioning And Certifying Electro-technical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTP3/007 : Diagnosing And Correcting Electrical Faults In Electrical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment

Course content

You will all of the mandatory units listed below. You will also study:

  • Employment, Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) Booklet
  • Level 2 Functional Skills in English, maths and IT

Mandatory Units (Knowledge to be assessed at college)

  • QELTK3/001 : Understanding Health And Safety Legislation, Practices And Procedures (Installing And Maintaining Electro-technical Systems And Equipment)
  • QELTK3/002 : Understanding Environmental Legislation, Working Practices And The Principles Of Environmental Technology Systems
  • QELTK3/003 : Understanding The Practices And Procedures For Overseeing And Organising The Work Environment (Electrical Installation)
  • QELTK3/004 : Understanding The Practices And Procedures For The Preparation And Installation Of Wiring Systems And Electro-technical Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/004A : Understanding The Principles Of Planning And Selection For The Installation Of Electro-technical Equipment And Systems In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/005 : Understanding The Principles, Practices And Legislation For The Termination And Connection Of Conductors, Cables And Cords In Electrical Systems
  • QELTK3/006 : Understanding Principles, Practices And Legislation For The Inspection, Testing, Commissioning And Certification Of Electro-technical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/007 : Understanding The Principles, Practices And Legislation For Diagnosing And Correcting Electrical Faults In Electro-technical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTK3/008 : Understanding The Electrical Principles Associated With The Design, Building, Installation And Maintenance Of Electrical Equipment And Systems

Mandatory Units (Practical to be assessed at work)

  • QELTP3/001 : Applying Health And Safety Legislation And Working Practices (Installing And Maintaining Electro-technical Systems And Equipment)
  • QELTP3/002 : Applying Environmental Legislation, Working Practices And The Principles Of Environmental Technology Systems
  • QELTP3/003 : Overseeing And Organising The Work Environment (Electrical Installation)
  • QELTP3/004 : Planning, Preparing And Installing Wiring Systems And Associated Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTP3/005 : Terminating And Connecting Conductors, Cables And Flexible Cords In Electrical Systems
  • QELTP3/006 : Inspecting, Testing, Commissioning And Certifying Electro-technical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment
  • QELTP3/007 : Diagnosing And Correcting Electrical Faults In Electrical Systems And Equipment In Buildings, Structures And The Environment

Entry requirements

  • You will need to be at least 16 years of age and have completed the Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship in Electrical Engineering
  • You must also hold four GCSEs at grade A* to C plus GCSE English (grade 4 or above) and maths (grade 5 or above)
  • You need to be employed within an engineering role or have an employer in this area willing to take you on as an apprentice

Assessment

You will be assessed in college and in the workplace.

• Knowledge units: You will be assessed in college for your practical work and will take exams for all units.

• Practical units: You will be assessed in the workplace by your assessor to generate a portfolio of evidence to prove your competency

Financial information

You may be eligible for assistance with expenses such as travel, books, equipment and childcare.

For further information please contact the Student Services Team on +44 (0)1226 216 114.

Future opportunities

Employment - This course can form the foundations for work as an Electrician and other related roles.


Education - You could continue with higher level qualifications such as a Foundation Degree or Higher Apprenticeship

Further information

Information Team

We have a dedicated team available to provide information on all of our courses and to help you to make the right choices about your future. The team are based at the Old Mill Lane site.

Drop in: Monday – Thursday 9.00am – 5.00pm Friday 9.00am – 4.30pm

Tel: 01226 216 123

Email: info@barnsley.ac.uk

Our Information Advisers visit schools and provide impartial information about training and education options for school leavers.

They can help with: • Applying for courses • Arranging taster days and visits to College • Information about course requirements

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 02 October 2017
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