Level 2 Electrical Installations
Mon Sep 07 2020
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Skills Academy for Construction
This nationally recognised qualification covers industrial, commercial and domestic electrical installations and is ideal if you are interested in a career as an electrician. You will spend a large amount of time in a simulated working environment learning all aspects of electrical installation works. Time will also be spent within the classroom teaching you the fundamentals of electrical installation theory.
You will study the following units:
- Health and safety whilst at work
- Using and communicating technical information
- Wiring and testing electrical circuits
- Electrical science
- Installing electrical wiring support systems
Maths and English
You will attend maths and English sessions and have the opportunity to improve your GCSE grades.
Health and Safety Awareness
To be able to go on a construction site, you need to have a certain level of knowledge and skills around health and safety. We'll help you gain these skills through specific training and by sitting the Health, Saftey and Environment test.
This course is free to those aged under 19 years old.
Most people aged 19 years and over can qualify for free or reduced price course fees and there are grants and bursaries you can apply for to help cover the costs of coming to college, depending on your circumstances.
If you already have a full level 3 qualification and are aged 19 years over, you can apply for an Advanced Learning Loan or pay the fee upfront in full and qualify for a 10% discount.
You can get more information at our enrolment events, by calling 0191 490 2246 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Whatever support you need, we’re here for you and will make sure you get the most out of your time at college.
We have expert teams in place to look after every single one of our students.
Our specialist teams can help with:
- Learning difficulties
- Physical and sensory disabilities
- Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, Aspergers or other specific learning difficulties
- Mental health and well being
- Exam access arrangements
- Money, finance and bursary advice
- Careers advice, job and university applications