Course Details

This ‘Level 1 Diploma in Electrical Installations’ course is designed to introduce learners to the practical skills and knowledge involved in electrical installations. The practical aspects of the course will include carrying out a range of electrical installations (including materials used in Domestic, Commercial environments). Learners will gain an insight into the industry, including working practices, installation skills and techniques.

Entry Requirements

An aptitude test is required at interview to establish if applicants are comfortable with the Maths and English content of the course and where any support may be needed.There is no formal entry requirement for this level of course.

Career options

City and Guilds 2365 Level 2 diploma in Electrical Installation.

Electrical Installation Level 1 Diploma

Five highlights

  • 1 Trade experience staff.
  • 2 Learn practical skill of the trade.
  • 3 Industry Links.
  • 4 Theory and Practical skills.
  • 5 Start your electrical career here.

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • 07.09.2020
  • City & Guilds Diploma in Electrical Installation (QCF)


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Course code Location Course length Start date
EEL108CF1A Chichester Campus 1 Year 07.09.2020

What you need to know

What will I study?

This qualification consists of several unit components: • Unit 101: Structure of the Construction Industry. • Unit 102: Fundamental safe working practices. • Unit 103: Environmental and sustainability measures in domestic dwellings. • Unit 104: Site preparation for working in the construction industry. • Unit 105: Electrical installation wiring and terminations. • Unit 106: Fabrication techniques for electrical installation. • Unit 107: Electrical science and technology. In addition to the main qualification students will have the opportunity to re-sit GCSE Math and English if they have already achieved a D grade. Alternatively students will study towards improving their Math and English skills by taking Functional skills qualifications. Running alongside the course students will be involved in the work experience program; this will include trips, guest speakers, community work etc.

How will I be taught?

Theory tuition for the course is by a blend of class based lessons, detailed hand outs and one to one support by regular seminars. Practical training will include specific lessons, demonstrations and assignment packs.

How will I be assessed?

Each unit has a number of small assessments; these assessments will include written question, multiple choice questions and component recognition. The practical will consist of 5 workshop assessment.

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