City & Guilds Electrotechnical Apprenticeship Level 3

Key Information

Subject Area

Subject Area



Mode of Study

Mode of Study
Workbased Learning


Blaenau Gwent Learning Zone

Start Date

Start Date
03 September 2018


2 years

In a nutshell

From installing electrical systems inside a new building to maintaining machinery on a production linethe installation, maintenance and repair of electrotechnical equipment is vital to industry – and if that’s the sort of role that appeals to you, this Apprenticeship will enhancethe electrical skills you already have, while being employed and paid while you’re learning. At the end of it, you’ll have a Level 3 NVQ Diploma, to take your career to the next level.


This course is for...

…working with electrics and technical installations

…improving your career prospects and earning potential

…being able to earn while you learn

Course content

Apprenticeships involve a mix of learning in the workplace and college training,giving you the opportunity to practice and embed new skills in a real work environment.


You'll be assessed through coursework, tests, assignments, work-based observations and work-based evidence, and as you progress through the course you’ll achieve a number of qualifications:

  • Level 3 NVQ Diploma
  • Level 3 Diploma
  • Essential Skills Qualification Communication
  • Essential Skills Qualification Application of Number
  • Essential Skills Qualification Digital Literacy
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities


On completion, we expect you to be able to carry out your electrotechnicalrole confidently and competently to the standard set by the Industry.

Entry Requirements

To qualify for this course, you’ll need a Foundation Apprenticeship and Level 2 Diploma. You’ll also need to be employed in the electrical industry, paid at least the national minimum apprenticeship wage and have a Contract of Employment. As an Apprentice you'll need to attend college on a day release / block release basis, and we’ll want you to be fully committed to attendingas well as respecting others, having an enthusiasm for the subject and being self-motivated.Your employer must also pass the necessary Health and Safety vetting.

Additional information

Our Electrotechnical Apprenticeship is part-financed by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.

Where can I study City & Guilds Electrotechnical Apprenticeship Level 3?

Blaenau Gwent Learning Zone
(Workbased Learning)
Start Date: 03 September 2018

Have any questions or are not sure if this is the right course for you?

Contact our Student Recruitment team

All courses may be subject to change and cancelled if deemed not viable to run.

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