Electrotechnical Apprenticeship (L3)

Course Overview

This two or four year course is essential to become a qualified electrician. 
Areas of study include:

  • Maths
  • Electrical principles
  • Health and safety
  • Fault diagnosis
  • Design of electrical systems
  • Installation, inspection and testing
  • Environmental technology.

Updated December 2019

Entry Requirements

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.

Course Delivery

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.

Progression Opportunities

Work as an installation electrician, or progress onto  a higher education course or a higher apprenticeship.

Course deliverable in Welsh: