City & Guilds 2346-03 Level 3 Electrotechnical Experienced Worker

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Duration
3 months - 1 year
Cost ( EX. VAT)
from £1100  
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Course Description

Experienced Worker Assessment

City & Guilds 2346-03 Level 3 Electrotechnical Experienced Worker Qualification

The Experienced Worker Assessment (EWA) is based around apprenticeship standards but has been created specifically for workers that already have site experience and electrical qualifications. A key benefit of the EWA is that an electrician’s existing qualifications, skills and experience can count towards the qualification criteria.

Completion of the EWA will allow candidates to apply for an ECS Gold card.

Eligibility

To be eligible for this course candidates must:
  • have worked as an electrician for at least 5 years
  • have previously achieved relevant technical qualifications such as the City & Guilds 2360, 2351, 2330 or 2365

Overview

Experienced Work Assessment Requirements

Achievement of the Experienced Worker Assessment will allow candidates to apply for an Electricians ECS Gold card. To achieve the EWA candidates must complete both the Experienced Worker Qualification and the AM2e Assessment:

Experienced Worker Qualification – City & Guilds 2346-03 Level 3
Level 3 performance units – There are 6 units that cover the role of an electrician ranging from working safely, completing installation work all the way through to completing an Electrical Installation Certificate. Candidates must provide auditable evidence of competent performance on site. A  variety of assessment methods are used and are summarised on the Assessments tab.

IMPORTANT: To achieve the 2346-03 qualification candidates must also hold the following qualifications: 

Level 3 Award in the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671: 2018 (2382-18)
Level 3 Award in Initial Verification of Electrical Installations (2391-50 or 2391-52)

AM2E Assessment

Once the Experienced Worker Qualification has been completed you will then need to complete the AM2E Assessment. This variant of the AM2 assessment is specific to the Experienced Worker Assessment. The assessment is split into the following sections:

Section A1  Safe Isolation and Risk Assessment  45 mins
Section A2 - A6 Composite Installation  10 hours
Section B Inspection, Testing and Certification 3.5 hours
Section C  Safe Isolation 30 mins
Section D Fault Diagnosis and rectification 2 hours
Section E Assessment of Applied Knowledge 1 hour

How much will it cost?

The total cost of the Experienced Worker Assessment will depend on your existing experience and qualifications. You will need some or all of the following:

Experienced Worker Qualification
Level 3 Performance Units
£1100 + VAT Includes up to 14 hours of assessor time which is sufficient for most candidates. Any additional time will be charged at £35 + VAT/hr
18th Edition Wiring Regulations
(if not already achieved)
£210 + VAT
(1 day)

£399 + VAT
(3 day)  
Exemptions include City & Guilds 2382-18 and other awarding organisation equivalents
Inspection and Testing
(if not already achieved)
From £614 + VAT Exemptions include City & Guilds 2391 L3 Initial Verification or other awarding organisation equivalents
AM2e
(if not already achieved)
£755 +VAT  An optional 2 day AM2e training course can be completed for £185 + VAT

How to Sign-up

Before starting the course candidates will need to complete the attached Skills Scan to confirm that the course is suitable for them. Candidates then wishing to proceed with the EWA should complete the attached Candidate Background Form and submit both documents to Rebus Training.

Prior to joining the programme we will fully discuss the requirements with you and take copies of any electrical certificates that you have.

Assessments

Experienced Worker Qualification
You will need to provide evidence of competent performance from your day to day site work.

Onsite observation –  Your qualified electrotechnical assessor will arrange to visit your workplace and observe you working. This will be arranged at a mutually convenient time and will be planned so that you can cover a good range of work.

Professional discussion – During this process you will provide photographic evidence of work that you have completed.  You will review your photos with your assessor and record your explanations and answers to any assessor questions.

Witness testimony – An expert witness may be asked to authenticate and and support your claims of competent performance. This may be your qualifying supervisor or a qualified electrician that you have worked with.