NVQ Level 3 Electrical - 2356 Online

XS Training Limited
Online
  • XS Training Limited

£750
+ VAT

I was able to do the course from home and at my own leisure which was great due to other work commitments. There was also help on hand should I require any assistance from my tutor Jamie.

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Important information

  • NVQ Level 3
  • Online
  • Duration:
    Flexible
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

You are required to produce evidence from your place of work to meet the performance objectives for each unit of the NVQ on three separate occasions. You will be able to reflect on this evidence and describe how the evidence relates to the performance objectives within each unit. This is completed using an e-Portfolio system where you upload evidence and create site diaries.

We will also carry out a remote site observation with contributes towards the completion of the NVQ.


The units for the Electrical Installation NVQ are as follows;

Unit 301: Ensure Safe Site Working

Unit 302: Diagnose and Correct Faults in Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment

Unit 303: Provide Technical and Functional Information to People about Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment

Unit 304: Maintain a Safe and Healthy Working Environment

Unit 305: Prepare to Install Wiring Systems, Wiring Enclosures and Equipment

Unit 306: Install Electrical Wiring Systems, Wiring Enclosures and Equipment

Unit 307: Connect Wiring Systems and Equipment using Safe and Approved Methods

Unit 308: Inspect, Test and Commission an Electrical Installation

Unit 399: Electrotechnical occupational competence (AM2*).

*The AM2 is not included in the price of this NVQ.





The units for the Electrical Maintenance NVQ are as follows;


Unit 301: Ensure Safe Site Working

Unit 302: Diagnose and Correct Faults in Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment

Unit 303: Provide Technical and Functional Information to People about Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment

Unit 304: Maintain a Safe and Healthy Working Environment

Unit 309: Prepare to maintain electrical systems and equipment

Unit 310: Maintain electrical systems and equipment

Unit 311: Inspect, test and commission maintained electrical systems and equipment

Unit 399: Electrotechnical occupational competence (AM2*).

*The AM2 is not included in the price of this NVQ.

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Where and when

Starts Location Timetable
Flexible
Online

Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

This course will help you to collect evidence of your competency against the occupational standards for the NVQ 2356-99. Upon successful completion you will become eligible for your JIB gold card.

· Who is it intended for?

This assessment route is designed solely for those experienced persons who are/have been working in the electrotechnical industry as practicing electricians for a minimum of 5 years and who can demonstrate their technical knowledge, performance and competence to the industry standards at Level 3 and in line with the current edition of the IET wiring regulations (BS7671).

· Requirements

This assessment route is designed solely for those experienced persons who are/have been working in the electrotechnical industry as practicing electricians for a minimum of 5 years and who can demonstrate their technical knowledge, performance and competence to the industry standards at Level 3 and in line with the current edition of the IET wiring regulations (BS7671).

· What happens after requesting information?

Candidates must complete an online application form at the following link http://www.xstraining.com/application-form-nvq-2356.html .

Opinions

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Tony Carey
01/01/2014
What I would highlight I was able to do the course from home and at my own leisure which was great due to other work commitments. There was also help on hand should I require any assistance from my tutor Jamie.

What could be improved My main problem was trying to get the evidence together with the amount of photos required to actually prove it was myself performing the overall tasks whilst trying to maintain the same amount of work in the working day. Also having the goal posts moved when I was told I could cover all main objectives in one section and then being told half way through that they required 2 key criticals per task which caused me more work as I had covered most early on.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

What you'll learn on the course

Electrician
Electrical installation supervision
Electrical Maintenance
Maintenance Engineering
JIB Electrician
NVQ 2356
NVQ 3 Electrical Installation
Electrical Installation
Electrical Training
NVQ Electrical Portfolio
1
JIB Gold Card
1
AM2

Teachers and trainers (2)

David Alexis
David Alexis
Assessor

Stuart Driver
Stuart Driver
Assessor

Course programme

Online City & Guilds NVQ 2356-99 for practicing operatives who can collect evidence from their place of work to meet the outcomes of this NVQ.

Candidate eligibility

You must be working in the electrical installation or maintenance industry if you wish to apply for this course and you must be a practicing operative, meaning you are already working as an electrician and/or maintenance electrician.

This assessment route is designed solely for those experienced persons who are/have been working in the electrotechnical industry as practicing electricians for a minimum of 5 years and who can demonstrate their technical knowledge, performance and competence to the industry standards at Level 3 and in line with the current edition of the IET wiring regulations (BS7671).

Ideally and in becoming a practicing electrician, the candidate should have completed one of the relevant electrotechnical theory courses listed below:

• C&G ‘A’ certificate

• C&G ‘A’ certificate plus ‘B’ certificate

• C&G 2360 Part 1

• C&G 2360 Part 1 plus 2360 Part 2

• C&G 2351 L3

• C&G 2330 L2

• C&G 2330 L2 plus C&G 2330 L3

• Other UK based qualifications (such as BTEC, NC/HNC etc.) may also be taken into consideration against the underpinning knowledge requirements of the award.


Learners with qualifications gained outside the UK

Candidates with qualifications gained outside the UK will need to meet the same requirements as any candidate following this assessment route.

This assessment route has been designed to take in to account the existing qualifications and experience of the candidate and therefore they must be able to demonstrate to an assessor their understanding of the industry theory and UK wiring regulations as set out in the performance and knowledge requirements of the units of this qualification.

All non UK qualifications must have been fully evaluated by UK Naric. However, under no circumstances can any UK Naric evaluation be used against the practical performance requirements of any unit.


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Additional information

Career opportunities: Upon successfully completing this NVQ you can apply to the JIB for your JIB Gold Card and become registered within the UK as an Electrician.
Contact person: David Alexis or Stuart Driver