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  1. Introduction to Electrical Installation

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    With the skills shortage affecting the construction trade, there is a high demand for trained electricians. Working in electrical installations is a challenge and interesting career option if you’re organised, have a logical brain and enjoy working on practical tasks. The Level 2 Electrical Installation Study Programme teaches you about electrical installation and electrical science, while covering what you need to know about the electrical trade and its relationship with other trades. You’ll learn about health and safety and how to work to British standards, developing your maths, English and employability skills along the way. This course leads directly into a Level 3 Advanced Electrotechnical Installations Study Programme or onto a Level 3 Advanced Electrical Apprenticeship as you work to become an electrician’s mate, electrician, or an electrical engineer.

  2. Electrotechnical Technology

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    The course is aimed at both 17-18 year olds and mature students aiming to become electricians who are not currently employed in the electrical installation industry. You will study and be assessed on a range of theoretical and practical subjects to gain a recognised industry qualification. Students also benefit from employment opportunities and work experience arising from close links maintained with local employers. Once employed, students must complete the City and Guilds Level 3 NVQ Diploma (2357) to become fully recognised tradesman within the electrical installation industry.

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Email: contact@harrogate-college.ac.uk