EAL Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installation (Full Cost Infill)

Course Overview

This course allows those who are NOT employed in the industry as an apprentice, the opportunity to complete the knowledge units ONLY which form part of the new apprenticeship standard.

The 8 knowledge units that form part of the EAL Level 3 Electro-technical Qualification are:

The knowledge units include the understanding of:
NETK3/01 Understand Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations
NETK3/03 Understand How to Plan and Oversee Electrical Work Activities
NETK3/04 Understand Design and Installation Practices and Procedures
NETK3/05 Understand Terminations and Connections of Conductors
NETK3/06 Understand Inspection, Testing and Commissioning
NETK3/07 Understand Fault Diagnosis and Rectification
NETK3/08 Electrical Scientific Principles and Technologies
NETK3/18ED Understand the Requirements for Electrical Installations
BS 7671:2018 (2018)
Learners must be dedicated and committed to the requirements of the course and Trafford College with a high level of attendance and punctuality supported by continued home study

Suggested reference material will be advised during the induction process to ensure course information and technical literature is up to date.
Please contact :- colin.ball@trafford.ac.uk. Start date: 07/10/2019 . Start time: 09:00

Course Requirements

All applicants must be working towards attaining employment within the Electro-technical Industry and ideally hold 5 GCSE's Grades 9 – 4 including maths and English.

Course Progression

To complete the new standard EAL Level 3 Electro-technical Qualification the remaining performance units must be completed. Before any progress on these units can be made the candidate must get employment within the electro-technical industry and be employed as an apprentice. The 6 performance (practical units) are achieved by completion of a personal portfolio supported by district assessments and a final competence practical examination as shown below; The performance units include the application of: NETP3/01 Apply Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations NETP3/03 Organise and Oversee the Electrical Work Environment NETP3/04 Apply Design and Installation Practices and Procedures NETP3/05 Terminate and Connect Conductors NETP3/06 Inspect, Test and Commission Electrical Systems NETP3/07 Apply Fault Diagnosis and Rectification Alternatively an further extended programme in Building Services, Electronic Engineering or Environmental Technologies can be accessed.

Course Assessment

The knowledge units are assessed by a variety of methods including online multiple choice examinations, written examinations and competence tests.

Course Finance

The course fees for academic year 19/20 are £1700.00

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