C&G 2346 Level 3 Electrotechnical Experienced Worker Qualification
Who is it suitable for?
It is suitable for both self-employed and employed electricians who have been in industry for at least 5 years but have never gained any technical certification of their skills or experience. You will need to demonstrate good knowledge, understanding and competence of your work to the standard of the Level 3 Apprenticeship scheme.
What the course covers
There are seven Units to be assessed in full before you can gain the Experienced Worker qualification:
- 102 Apply Practices and Procedures for Maintenance
- 106 Apply Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations
- 108 Organise and Oversee the Electrical Work Environment
- 109 Apply Design and Installation Practices and Procedures
- 110 Terminate and Connect Conductors
- 113 Inspect, Test and Commission Electrical Systems
- 115 Apply Fault Diagnosis and Rectification
You must provide evidence from a site of your previous work to demonstrate you can fully meet the performance units of each unit.
You will be assessed via a range of assessment methods and an assessor will be assigned to you to observe you at work on at least one occasion during the evidence gathering process.
In edition you might need to complete your 18th Edition and Level 3 Inspection and Testing if you do not hold these already.
Assessment and exams
A performance-based portfolio in line with the C&G 2346 performance units. This involves the entire range of electrical installation work for the site-based portfolio and on-site assessment.
The AM2E is a 3-day assessment also offered by the Electrical Academy.
Hands on training for success
All Electrical Academy course trainers have decades of teaching experience. Your assessor will work with you to ensure you meet the relevant C&G requirements to complete the course.
Course equipment requirements
City & Guilds 2346 logbook
You must bring photographic ID such as a passport or driving license with you in order to sit the assessments on this course.
Full details of the AM2E can be found https://www.theelectricalacademy.co.uk/courses/am2e/