Electro technical Training City & Guilds 2330 Level 2: (10 weeks) (Discontinued)

Electro technical Training City & Guilds 2330 Level 2: (10 weeks)TS4UL2

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Intensive 10-week course, held over a 20-week period. To enable you to fit this demanding course into your busy schedule, course sessions are held on a ‘two weeks on, two weeks off’ basis.
Although designed to cater for people of all ages, the flexibility of the course makes it especially useful for mature students with family, work and other commitments who are unable or unwilling to attend college for the duration of a full academic year.

This course is open to any age. If you are aged 16 to 25, it can form part of an apprenticeship that allows you to earn as you learn. Alternatively, once you have understood the basics, gained your qualification and found a job as an electrician, you’re ready to take an NVQ relevant to our chosen specialist area. However you choose to use this course, it’s an essential stepping-stone to your new career as a fully qualified electrician.
The course content features practical and theory learning, with online exams and practical assessments.

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City & Guilds 2330 Electro technical Training
Level 2: (10 weeks)
If you want to be an electrician, this course is for you.
It enables you to gain the practical skills and knowledge – and the qualification – you need to get started.

This course introduces you to the basic and fundamental aspects of an electrician’s work in a clear and straightforward way,
and provides you with the essential qualification that you need to get started – the Level 2 Certificate in Electrical Technology 2330.

To gain the qualification, you must successfully pass assessments in a series of basic courses, split into four units.
  • Unit 1: Working effectively and safely in the electrotechnical environment
    Legal duties
    Electrical specialisms
    Fire extinguishers and warning signs
    Electric shock and isolation
    Accident and emergency procedures
  • Unit 2: Principles of electrotechnology
    Identify SI units
    Basic mechanics
    Power generation
    Conductors and insulators
    Electrons and charge
    Series and parallel circuits
    Shock protection
    Electrical systems
  • Unit 3: Application of health and safety and electrical principles
    Risk control
    Emergency switching
    Dealing with information
    Three phase systems
    Delta connections
    Protective devices
    Earth fault
    Over currents
  • Unit 4: Installation (Buildings & Structures)
    Electricity at work regulations
    Structure of BS7671
    Codes of practice
    Wiring systems
    Cable calculations
    Special locations
    Work planning.
  • If you are keen to specialise, you can also choose to focus on one of a range of relevant topics, including:
    Panel building


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Electro technical Training City & Guilds 2330 Level 2: (10 weeks)