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South Wales Electrical Training Ltd

JIB NVQ 3 Installing Electrical Systems

South Wales Electrical Training Ltd
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Important information

Typology NVQ Level 3
Methodology Distance Learning
Duration Flexible
Start Different dates available
  • NVQ Level 3
  • Distance Learning
  • Duration:
    Flexible
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

Emagister adds to its catalogue the JIB NVQ 3 Installing Electrical Systems, which is a JIB restricted qualification for mature candidates working in the electrical industry.


Candidates must gather evidence from their workplace as evidence that they cover the range of work that will allow them to present themselves as a JIB graded electrician.

Have at least 5 years’ experience and have technical certification older than five years old.
-Be able to provide sufficient valid and authentic evidence from site of their previous work to demonstrate that they can fully meet the performance requirements within each unit of this qualification. References will be required, including 17th Edition and or proof of previous wiring regulations 16th 15th Edition etc. This is can be
used as RPL (Recognised Prior Learning) and is only part of your Mature candidate assessment:
Additionally, candidates must have completed at least one of the following:
-C&G ‘A’ Certificate
-C&G ‘A’ certificate plus ‘B’ certificate
-C&G 2360 Part 1
-C&G 2360 part 1 plus Part 2
-C&G 2351 Level 3
-C&G 2330 level 2
-C&G 2330 Level 2 plus C&G 2330 Level 3.
Note: Other UK based qualifications (such as BTEC, ONC/HNC etc.) may also be taken into consideration against the underpinning knowledge requirements of the award.
-The candidate must provide a CV listing previous employers and work experience with a list of installation works carried out.
-The candidate will have to undertake a AM2 competence assessment at an independent assessment centre.
- Build a portfolio under the supervision of an assessor.

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Where and when
Starts Location
Different dates available
Distance Learning
Starts Different dates available
Location
Distance Learning

To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

This course is for mature candidates with sufficient experience to gain JIB grading as an electrician

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Ian Hall-Edwards
5.0 18/12/2016
What I would highlight: I have attended several courses delivered by Phil - who is the walking regs book! Thank you for everything.
What could be improved: Nothing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Gareth Thomas
5.0 20/12/2015
What I would highlight: Great lecturers administration and facilities. I would recommend S.W.E.T for private or company personnel looking to enhance their future skills in a comfortable venue.
What could be improved: Nothing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Achievements for this centre

This centre has demonstrated its quality on Emagister
10 years with Emagister

What you'll learn on the course

Assessor
Electrical
systems
Industry
Regulations
Wiring Systems
Inspection & Testing
Electrical
Installation work
NVQ 3
JIB Grading
ECS
ECS

Teachers and trainers (1)

Philip Spratt
Philip Spratt
Lecturer

Course programme

Candidates must obtain evidence from the workplace as evidence that they are completing the full range of work typical of a JIB graded electrian.

Final assessment will be via the AM2 Trade test at an independant test centre (not included in price of the NVQ)

Candidates will be allocated an assessor who will remain in constant contact for the duration of the qualification to advise on the evidence required and how to compile the portfolio of evidence

Additional information

It is the requirement of the JIB and Awarding Body that, irrespective of the knowledge evidence presented, the
assessment centre must be able to show through auditable evidence that the candidate has fully satisfied the knowledge
requirements of each unit. The candidate will also be expected to demonstrate acceptable knowledge of the current industry requirements with respect to the IET wiring regulations and inspection & Testing.

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