SVQ 3 Electrical Installation at SCQF Level 7 (SECTT)
The Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust: Apprentice Training Scheme is studied over 4 years.
Stage 1: 17 weeks of block release. Skills learned will be both practical and theoretical e.g. health and safety; wiring systems and enclosures, installation regulations, etc.
Stage 2: 11 weeks of block release. Skills learned will be both practical and theoretical, based around an Electrical Installation project.
Stage 3: Site experience and one week of college, covering assessment of safe working practices, safe isolation, inspection, testing and commissioning of electrical installations.
Stage 4 – Site experience.
Site experience will be gained in-between college attendance.
Applicants require four National 5 subjects (or equivalent) at grade C or above. To become an Apprentice Electrician you will follow a Modern Apprenticeship and achieve an SVQ Level 3. You must be in full-time employment with an Electrical Contractor and register with SECTT for the Pre-Employment Assessment. See www.sectt.org.uk for further information.
Method of Assessment
A diverse range of methods of assessments.
Successful completion can lead onto the HNC Electrical Engineering course.
24 Aug 2020
- All course fees are reviewed annually, and subject to change. Published fees apply to the courses mode of delivery
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