Completing the new Apprenticeship Standard is a great way to start your career. You will typically be working for an Electrical Contractor and will complete a range of qualifications to achieve qualified status in the Electrotechnical industry.
In order to start an apprenticeship, you need to have a job or a placement in the industry as it is a work-based qualification.
There are many places you can go to find a job; the Find an apprenticeship website, local papers, internet job sites and job centre plus. You can also try friends and family to see if they know anyone who might have a vacancy.
Once you’ve started your Apprenticeship, you will:
- earn while you learn
- achieve recognised City & Guilds qualifications
- become a qualified electrician
You will attend our approved training centre to study towards a recognised City & Guilds electrical qualification for 2-3 years. When not at our training centre, you will be gaining hands-on experience working alongside your employer. This is valuable learning time when you can practice what you have been taught and can learn additional skills from experienced electricians that you work with.
What qualifications will I achieve?
- City & Guilds Level 3 Electrotechnical Qualification
- Level 2 Functional Skills in maths and English
- End Point Assessment – AM2s Assessment
- 18th Edition Wiring Regulations
If you are interested in becoming an apprentice, please complete our online registration form.