XS Training Limited

NVQ Level 3 Electrical Installation (Required for JIB Gold Card)

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XS Training Limited
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  • XS Training Limited

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Typology NVQ Level 3
Methodology Online
Duration Flexible
Start Different dates available
Online campus Yes
Support service Yes
Personal tutor Yes
  • NVQ Level 3
  • Online
  • Duration:
    Flexible
  • Start:
    Different dates available
  • Online campus
  • Support service
  • Personal tutor
Description

Would you like to improve your knowledge about electricity? If so, you should check this NVQ Level 3 Electrical Installation (Required for JIB Gold Card) course, organized by XS Training Limited, that Emagister.co.uk has added to its catalogue.

The Electrical Installation NVQ 2356 Level 3 consists of eight units, 301 to 308 and each unit needs to be complete over three separate occasions. This can be any number of jobs / tasks and does not necessarily mean three separate jobs or three separate locations.

For example, if you were first fixing steel conduit and pvc singles for lighting, this would cover four of these units (301, 304, 305 & 306) on one occasion. In this scenario you would not have carried connecting nor would you have carried out any testing and/or fault finding therefore would not complete the other units for this occasion as you would not have evidence of doing so. Basically, the evidence that you gather determines which units of the NVQ you complete and you complete the NVQ in any order you like.

If you want more information about this programme contact XS Training Limited through Emagister.co.uk without hesitation. You won’t regret it!

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To take into account

· Who is it intended for?

Electrical contractors who wish to gain their JIB Gold Card.

· Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this NVQ, however, you must be working in the electrical contracting industry and have over five years experience within the industry.

· What marks this course apart?

For example, if you were first fixing steel conduit and pvc singles for lighting, this would cover four of these units (301, 304, 305 & 306) on one occasion. In this scenario you would not have carried connecting nor would you have carried out any testing and/or fault finding therefore would not complete the other units for this occasion as you would not have evidence of doing so. Basically, the evidence that you gather determines which units of the NVQ you complete and you complete the NVQ in any order you like.

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Jake Bennett
3.0 16/03/2020
About the course: Good
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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James Taylor
5.0 01/12/2019
About the course: I have enjoyed a first class service from the begining while clearing my NVQ evel 3. Thanks to the team and would definitely recommend their service.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Mark Allison
5.0 01/12/2019
About the course: NVQ or any other online XS training is really impressive. The staff s are amazing and u had a good time getting trained. I will definitely recommend XS course to everyone who wants to get professional training on different technical field.
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Michael Cuddington
5.0 30/11/2019
About the course: Thanks to XS training to help me to clear NVQ 2356 in electrical installation. The online course was super easy to go through and the charges were also impressive.I am greatful to be a part of such an amazing course. They were always ready to help and support,
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Neil Byrne
5.0 29/11/2019
About the course: I am thankful to XS training for the help and guidance in the course which helped me to clear NVQ level 3. Jamie was a great support during the entire course.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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2019

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The average rating is higher than 3.7

More than 50 reviews in the last 12 months

This centre has featured on Emagister for 7 years

What you'll learn on the course

Electrical installation supervision
Electrical Maintenance
Electrician
Qualified Supervisor
JIB Electrician
NVQ 3 Electrical Installation
1
Electrical Installation
1
Electrical
1
Installation
Workplace Skills
Workstation Safety

Teachers and trainers (1)

David Alexis
David Alexis
Assessor

Course programme

To be able to class yourself as a fully qualified electrician to JIB standard you must complete an NVQ Level 3 in electrical installation. This NVQ Level 3 can be achieved by the candidate proving competence whilst working as an electrician on site. This means being able to prove your practical skills AND underpinning knowledge, to a satisfactory standard.

There is no examination for this qualification and is achieved purely by the candidates simply recording any electrical work they have carried out. During completion of the portfolio you will be supported by an assessor who will guide and advise you through out this process. This course can be started anytime and there are no entry requirements for this qualification.


Candidates will also be required to successfully complete the AM2.

Additional information

This NVQ is required for JIB grading and will help you to obtain your GOLD CARD and recognition as a UK registerd electrician with the JIB. Upon successful completion of this NVQ you will need to apply to the JIB and send s copy of the NVQ along with copies of your other electrical installation qualifications and the JIB will then consider you for grading as an electrician.