Course Code: CE1FE071 Electrical Installation - Level 3 Next course dates Start dateLocationDuration 04 Sep 2023 Bispham Campus 1 Year Apply now Overview Is this course for me? What will I learn? How will I be assessed? Key information Where could this course take me? Course SummaryThis qualification has been designed to deliver a high level of occupational skills and provide a platform from which to progress through further learning or into employment. This vocational route at level 3 is a vital step towards becoming a competent electrician. , Entry Requirements If you are committed to working in the electrotechnical sector, this course provides a very comprehensive grounding from which to launch your career. 4 GCSEs grade 4 or above and a Level 2 relevant qualification. Require English OR Maths at grade 4 or above a successful interview with a tutor the ability to study independently a genuine interest in the subject good communication skills hardworking approach towards the industry All 16-18 year old applicants will be invited to attend an interview to meet a tutor and ask any questions they may have about the course. Essential Skills – English and Maths If you achieve a grade 3 in GCSE Maths or English you will have to work towards re-sitting these subjects as part of your main study programme. At B&FC, this won’t delay your career journey because you’re working towards these subjects at the same time as your chosen subject. Please note: Where wearing PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is a mandatory requirement of the course, it is the responsibility of the learner to ensure that they are able to wear such equipment. Further information can be obtained at the IAG session which all applicants are invited to or by calling Course Enquiries on 01253 504343. Qualification ObtainedAdvanced Technical Diploma in Electrical Installation (450) Industry Placement and Field TripsWork placement is a mandatory element of the study programme for all 16-18 year olds. Students will spend a minimum of 20 hours in a relevant work placement, this can be achieved in a number of ways such as work on local projects, community challenge work or with an employer. Students are encouraged to look for their work experience independently. Learning and Teaching Methods The following mandatory modules will be completed in this qualification: Working safely and effectively Design, construct, test and commission electrical systems Methods of supervision Electrical science and principles Regulations and law Diagnose and repair electrical faults. At B&FC we recognise that all students learn differently and our tutors work with you to ensure that their teaching methods support the way that you like to learn. This qualification consists of 6 hours per week classroom based learning for your underpinning knowledge and 5 hours per week workshop one key teaching and learning method is that of demonstrations. Your tutors ensure that demonstrations are used whenever possible so you can see the practical skill being used so you can then practise the skill. Following demonstrations, you will then have hands on practical time where you will be implementing the skill learned. There will be dedicated individual/self-study time which needs to be supported by your own study out of the College learning environments. E-learning is also a key element of all our courses and will involve you using our Canvas platform for independent study and learning. Expert Tutors All staff involved in the delivery of further education courses within the College are approved to teach the subjects and modules they deliver. The approval process ensures that staff delivering a given programme are appropriately qualified and, where appropriate, possess relevant technical and industrial experience and professional practice. Assessment Methods This course is part of the City & Guilds Technical Level Qualifications and as such is assessed in a number of ways. You will sit the externally set and marked examination that will consist of short answer questions, multiple choice and detailed answer questions. Your practical skills will also be assessed in a number of ways. During the course your practical skills will be assessed to ensure competency and prepare you for the final synoptic assessment. All of the grades for the externally set exam and synoptic assessment will then be calculated so you will complete the overall year with a fail, pass, merit, distinction or distinction star grade. On successful completion of the course, your certificate will detail the grades you have achieved. Assessment weighting External Exam = 40% Graded synoptic Assessment = 60% Please note: you will only be given one opportunity to re-sit the external examinations and the final graded synoptic. Other Costs and Equipment NeededAll construction students are required to adhere to Health & Safety when in the workshops, you will therefore need to ensure that you have purchased and are wearing the following items in your practical workshops: Safety boots Safety helmet Hi-vis vest Work trousers Safety glasses Gloves All of the above items can be purchased from local suppliers for a total cost of £45. You will also need to be prepared in all your sessions with paper, pens and a folder to keep all your revision and notes that you take during lessons. Tuition Fees If you are 18 and under no fees are payable. If you are 19+, please read our tuition fee guide for adult learners. Regulation and Accreditation Accrediting Institution: N/A Awarding Body: City and Guilds Regulatory Body: Ofsted Terms and Conditions Read our full terms and conditions for more information. Career Options and Progression Following successful completion of this course,, there are many further specific and specialised qualifications enhancing skills within the industry, such as electrical design, inspection and testing, appliance safety and environmental technology systems. You may also wish to progress on to one of our Level 4 programmes or look for a suitable apprenticeship vacancy.