In 2020 we launched our 4 Steps Electrician Training Programme, a unique approach to electrical training that enables and encourages those who want to work as an electrician to progress through each step at their own pace, with each step getting the candidate closer to Gold Card Electrician Status.
Jeevan Dulai – Our First NVQ Student
Earlier this year, Jeevan (pictured) became one of our first NVQ Students to complete our 4 Steps Electrician Training Programme
Jeevan has a job lined up in Sydney, Australia as an electrician and he is in the process of applying for his JIB Gold Card status. He is currently working on domestic properties but looking to branch out to commercial.
Our Level 3 NVQ in Electrical Installation
Jeevan was one of our first students to complete our NVQ course and we have a further 9 students who are looking to finish between May and June 2021. We currently have 120 students enrolled on our NVQ online programme with a further 200 students in the pipeline.
Our NVQ is fully online and takes around 6-12 months to complete. Our experienced teaching team will map out the evidence required for your portfolio and guide you to gather the evidence necessary in order to meet the NVQ criteria. The NVQ course is not a pass or fail, it is designed to show competency in the electrical industry.
We base our model on monthly reviews – every 3 to 6 weeks our teaching team will be in touch on a personal basis with each candidate providing a truly bespoke and tailored approach and a great personalised learning experience.
Mature Candidate NVQ Level 3 Electrical Course
For experienced candidates like Jeevan who may already have 2 years of historic evidence, 5 years or more experience in the electrical industry, and already hold Level 2 and Level 3, the Mature Candidate NVQ Level 3 Electrical course is the best route.
Why choose TradeSkills 4U for your NVQ Electrical Course
Talking about his experience, Jeevan said that the NVQ course was “straightforward and the feedback supplied was always good“.
When asked why he decided to complete the full 4 Steps Electrical programme with us, Jeevan said that “the progression from Level 3 (or Step 3) to NVQ was seamless and even though I was still waiting for my certificate to come through the post I was able to enroll onto the NVQ course and carry on with my training with no downtime at all“.