City & Guilds 2357 Level 3 NVQ Diploma Evening

Approx. 3 Years
Cost ( EX. VAT)
From £1995  
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Course Description

The City & Guilds 2357 Level 3 NVQ Diploma course is a must for those wishing to become fully qualified and then be graded as an electrician by the Joint Industry Board.  All ‘new entrants’ to the electrical industry must complete this qualification and those with existing technical qualifications may also be eligible.

You do not need to be employed in the electrical industry to complete the Knowledge units of the 2357 course, however you will need suitable work experience to complete the NVQ Performance units at a later date.

Course overview

To achieve the 2357 NVQ Level 3 you must complete knowledge units, performance units and the AM2 test.

Timeline Area of study Description Cost
Year 1 Knowledge Units Evening course at Rebus 2 nights a week 6.00 – 9.00 pm 10 Saturday morning practical workshops 8.30 – 12.30 £1995 + VAT Monthly payment option available
Year 2 Knowledge Units Evening course at Rebus 2 nights a week 6.00 – 9.00 pm 10 Saturday morning practical workshops 8.30 – 12.30 £1995 + VAT
Year 3 to completion Performance Units
(NVQ assessments)
Duration and price based on individual requirements. £900 – £1200 + VAT approx. Upfront payment followed by ‘Pay per Assessment’
AM2 test A 3 day assessment at any NET approved assessment centre £730 + VAT approx. Payment required at the time of the AM2 test


Our evening courses start in mid-September each year.


City & Guilds 2357 NVQ Diploma Assessments:

Through out the NVQ diploma you will complete a number of units.

There are 9 knowledge based units which are completed at Rebus Training during the evening program and 8 performance units which are completed via on-site observations and professional discussions.

Once these units are completed the final unit to complete is the Electrotechnical Occupational Competence Test (AM2 test)

Frequently Asked Questions


We have been associated with Rebus Training for a number of years now and before that Gary Jackson. By working closely together with apprentices we have been able to achieve good results and been responsible for producing a fair percentage of exceptional electricians. They understand our needs and help to place the correct applicants with us. Keep up the good work. Best Regards.
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Shaun Eardley Electrical Tutor/Assessor and Quality Assurer

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.

Rob Glover Training Manager

Rob started his career by completing an electrical apprenticeship with a local company before working as a self-employed electrician. Rob has since worked as an Approved Electrician, Qualifying Supervisor and Electrical Training Officer.

Having worked in the training industry since 2007 Rob is an experienced Tutor / NVQ Assessor and Programme Manager.

Rob manages our delivery team, ensuring all courses are delivered to our usual high standard.

Chris Tatton Electrical Tutor and Assessor

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!