Electrician Diplomas & NVQ's For Beginners
If you are looking to qualify as an electrician capable of doing both commercial and domestic installations then you will most likely need one of our Diploma based courses. These courses are designed for new entrants into the industry and are extremely thorough, covering a wide variety of installations skills. Most students who take a diploma course tend to find work either during the course or once they have finished which then allows them to complete an NVQ and AM2 to become "fully qualified".
This is the very latest course for those wanting to become an electrician. It is run 2 weeks on 2 weeks off over 30 weeks and covers the training elements required to work on both domestic and commercial installation. This course has now replaced the City & Guilds 2330's. To become fully qualified you will need to complete an NVQ and AM2 in industry.
This course is ideal for those looking to take their first steps to becoming a fully qualified electrician working in both commercial and domestic environments. It covers a wide range of practical skills plus much of the essential science.
This Level 3 electricians course is ideal for those who have already completed their Level 2 2365 course or Level 2 2330 Tech Certs. It is ideal if you are looking to progress to an NVQ and AM2 at a later stage in order to gain JIB grading.
This course is for experienced electricians only who already have passed their level 3 2330 and simply need to book their NVQ assessments.
This is one of the electricians courses which will train you to be a fully qualified electrician able to work on both domestic and commercial projects.
This course is very similar to the City & Guilds 2365 course. Trade Skills 4U deliver the knowledge training units of this qualification following which the learner must also complete an NVQ and AM2 Assessment.
This course is the EAL equivalent to the C&G 2365. Trade Skills 4U deliver the knowledge training units of this qualification following which the learner may choose to complete an NVQ and AM2 Assessment once working in industry.