This two or four year course is essential to become a qualified electrician.
Areas of study include:
- Electrical principles
- Health and safety
- Fault diagnosis
- Design of electrical systems
- Installation, inspection and testing
- Environmental technology.
Updated December 2019
Level 2 Foundation Apprenticeship, a Level 1 qualification in either Electrical Engineering or Electrotechnical.
GCSE grade C in Maths and four other grade D subjects.
You will also study essential skills in numeracy, communications and digital literacy. You will attend College for one day per week, the other four days will be spent in on-the-job training.
Work as an installation electrician, or progress onto a higher education course or a higher apprenticeship.