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Course DescriptionThe City & Guilds 2357-44 Level 3 NVQ Diploma course is a preferred qualification for those wishing to be graded as an electrician by the JIB.
This particular complex of the 2357 qualification is designed for those that have previously achieved the City & Guilds ‘2365’ qualification.
The cost and duration of the course is specific to you so please contact us to discuss your requirements on 01782 976555.
About this course
The 2357 level 3 NVQ diploma is made up of a mixture of knowledge and performance units. The knowledge units are assessed via on-line exams and assignments whilst the performance units are assessed by on-site visits in the workplace.
Depending on the certificates you have already achieved you will be exempt from completing some of the 2357 knowledge units. You may therefore only require two additional knowledge units.
Who is it suitable for?
Anyone who wishes to become a fully qualified electrician that has previously achieved a City & Guilds 2365 Level 3 certificate.
- All City & Guilds fees – no hidden costs!
- A unique and friendly learning environment!
Not included: To complete the qualification and be graded as an electrician you will also need to complete the AM2 assessment.
Course entry requirements?
There are no formal entry requirements. However, you will need access to a workplace where you can be assessed to meet the requirements of the performance units assessment units.
After completing this course you may wish to consider our:
- AM2 Workshop
- 18th Edition
- PAT Testing
- City & Guilds Inspection & Testing
- City & Guilds 2396-10 Design and Verification
City & Guilds 2357-44 Level 3 NVQ Diploma Assessments:
You will need to study and then be assessed in a number of Knowledge units depending on your prior achievement. Units will be assessed by multiple choice test and written/practical assignments.
You will need a series of assessments to prove that you are operating on site at the level of an electrician. You will also need to prove that you have covered a suitable range of work e.g three different types of wiring system to a commercially acceptable standard. You will demonstrate your performance though assessor observations and professional discussion with your assessor.You will also need to complete the AM2 test to complete this Diploma.
Rebus training provide a service that few providers could ever match, especially when compared to larger institutions. With a personal service tailored to the individual the talented staff work endlessly to support you in your training needs. Thank you Rebus.
Shaun is a qualified tutor and assessor with a wealth of experience in the electrical contracting industry. Having run his own business and worked for some established contracting companies, Shaun is well placed to add ‘something extra’ to his course delivery.
Shaun is a very approachable trainer and can relate training sessions to customers work, making it more enjoyable and easier to learn. Shaun specialises in 18th Edition, Electrical Design and Apprenticeship course delivery.
Chris entered the electrical industry by starting a formal apprenticeship in 1987 with a local contractor. He has years of experience working in domestic, commercial & industrial environments as an Approved Electrician & Qualifying Supervisor.
Chris is an experienced member of the delivery team here at Rebus and loves electrical science!