Electrical Installations (Buildings and Structures)
Diploma Construction & Engineering
- Subject Area
- Construction & Engineering
- Age Group
(Part Time Non Released - 1 year)
(Evening Only - 1 year)
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This Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Buildings and Structures) is designed as an advanced course for anyone who has previously completed the Level 2 diploma. It will help you expand your skills and knowledge and enhance your abilities to work in the electrotechnical sector.
You'll continue on the topics you've studied during the Level 2 diploma, diving deeper into both electrical science and electrical installations technology. As you learn more advanced techniques and improve your practical skills, you will also further your understanding of health and safety in the industry.
During this one year course, you'll develop all the skills and abilities you'll need to progress onto either an electrotechnical apprenticeship programme or an electrotechnical NVQ.
If you'd like to enrol on this Level 3 Electrical Installations Diploma, you'll need to have already completed the Level 2 qualification in this subject.
How will I be assessed
Assesment will be through a mixture of practical task completion to required national standards, assignmment completion and online examinations.
Continuing your journey
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Construction & Engineering
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