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City & Guilds 2347-03

Level 3 Electrotechnical in Dwellings Experienced Worker Qualification (Level 3)

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This is a portfolio based qualification and will be supported through numerous online, face-to-face and on-site meetings as required. Please note that the December 2024 date is just there for registration and attendance to the training center and it is not absolutley necessary.

This qualification is designed solely for those persons who are, or have been, working in the Electrical industry, practicing as an Electrician, for a minimum of 3 years and who can demonstrate their technical knowledge, performance and competence to the industry standards at Level 3 and would like to gain a formal qualification as a Domestic Electrician Experienced Worker.

This qualification covers the knowledge, skills and competency required by a Domestic Electrician. This includes the application of health and safety, organising and overseeing electrical work, application of design and installation practices and procedures, inspection, testing, reporting and commissioning of electrical systems and fault diagnosis and rectification in domestic dwellings.

It is suitable for both self-employed and employed electricians who have worked for several years but have never gained full, formal recognition of their skills or experience. You will need to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competence to the standard of the Level 3 Electrotechnical apprenticeship.

In summary, it is for:

  • experienced operatives who have been working as an electrician in dwellings for a minimum of 3 years, (and meet the qualification entry requirements as given on the TESP Skills Scan and Candidate Background documents)
  • those who wish to have their competencies recognised and work toward an ECS Domestic Electrician gold card
  • those who wish to develop their career.

support for this qualification

This qualification is recognised by the electrical industry and is supported by the ECA. It was developed by an Industry group consisting of ECA, JIB, NET, Unite, Certsure, ECS, NAPIT, and AOs.

What is involved in studying this course?

Learners must work toward units in accordance with relevant health and safety legislation. This is particularly important when working at heights, inspecting and testing, and diagnosing faults.

Where cited legislation and regulations are not applicable (for example, where the qualification is being delivered outside of England) then substitutions applicable to the learner’s jurisdiction can be made.

Meeting the assessment requirements of performance outcomes will need initial discussions and assessment planning between the learner and assessor as an essential activity to identify opportunities to assess real working environment evidence, gaps that need to be filled, or opportunities to recognise the prior achievement of the learner.

Still think this course is for you? It is a requirement for you to fill in both the Skills Scan and Candidate Background forms first for our review and recognition of your suitability for this qualification.