This qualification was a very popular route to becoming a fully qualified electrician. Candidates usually went on to take the level 3 2330 electrical course after completing this course. However the 2330 course have now been replaced by the City & Guilds 2365 Level 2 and Level 3 courses.
City & Guilds 2330 Electrotechnical Training Level 2
If you want to be an Electrician, the City and Guilds 2330 courses provided electrotechnical training for those wishing to progress to attain N/SVQ.
We have designed this City and Guilds 2330 electrical course schedule to fit around your busy life. Many people do not have the time or the inclination to attend a Local Authority College to undertake this qualification, which is generally only available for 18 to 20 year olds.
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Why take this course?
Here at Trade Skills 4U we have developed a course that works well for candidates of any age over 18 - including more mature students who may have families, work or other commitments.
If you are wishing for career progression within the electrotechnical industry, or you are following Electrical Modern Apprenticeship programmes and do not have access to an N/SVQ, this City & Guilds Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology provides basic electrotechnical training combining knowledge and practical skills needed to get started.
If you have no previous experience or qualifications then you should start here at Level 2.
Is this course right for me?
If you're looking for intensive training that will set you on the road to becoming an Electrician, and have other commitments to juggle then this is the perfect course for you.
This is an intensive 10 week course held over a 20 week period. (two weeks on, then two weeks off.
City & Guilds 2330 - Level 2 Course Content:
This course will take you through the fundamental aspects of an electrician's work, such as Health and Safety, as well as allowing you to select topics relevant to the area of electrical engineering that you are keen to specialise in, including:
You can then move onto Level 3 of the City & Guilds 2330 here at Tradeskills4u which will take your knowledge and skills to a higher stage and covers:
If you are aged 16-25 the Certificate can form part of an Apprenticeship that allows you to 'earn while you learn'.
Alternatively once you have understood the basics, successfully completed your certificates and found a job, the next step would be to take an NVQ that reflects your chosen specialist area.
For the award of a Certificate, Candidates must successfully complete the assessments for Units 1, 2, and 3 plus the assessments for Occupational Unit 4.
This is an intensive 10 week course held over a 20 week period. (two weeks on, then two weeks off.)
This Course Has Been Discontinued! Please see out City & guilds 2365 Course which has now replaced it.