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Electrical & Engineering

Level 3 Building Services for Construction (T-Level) Yr1

Course Code
ELEC311A.TP
Start Date
2/9/2024
End Date
27/6/2026
Location
Broxbourne Campus
Study Mode
Full Time

The Electrical Industry is a buoyant industry in the South East of England.

What makes Electrical Installation at HRC special?

A large well equipped workshop facility with several dedicated practical and assessment test rigs and even an AM2 practice centre.

A close, established team who have vast experience in both teaching and industry.

What do our students say?

“I am now doing what I have always wanted to do, I could have never got to where I am now without this qualification”

“The tutors were friendly and really supportive, I would recommend this course to anyone thinking about it”.

When you have completed this course you could: Apply for a Higher Education course Apply for an apprenticeship within the industry Work as an Improver in the industryAnd you could also complete the following ‘bolt-on’ courses including: 2382 – BS 76761 2022 – Requirements for Electrical Installations (The IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition) 2391- Electrical Inspection and Testing 2396 – Design, Erection and Verification – Level 4
T Levels will suit those students who know the industry or area of work they want to pursue for a career, and like the idea of a predominantly learning environment based course but with a strong practical emphasis and time in the workplace.They differ from apprenticeships which are predominantly work-based and focussed on a particular occupation; and A levels which are academic and entirely classroom or learning environment based. Since a T Level is equivalent to 3 A levels in size, it is important to recognise the amount and rigour of learning involved.Based at our campus, you will regularly interact with people from the Electrical industry, both inside and outside of the classroom and workshop. You’ll have access to guest speakers and industry experts visiting and taking classes, employer set projects, site visits, relevant field trips and industry placements on live sites out in the world of work.Class sizes are kept intentionally small to support accelerated learning and use high quality materials and resources developed in partnership with our employers. You’ll spend dedicated time in class with industry experts, who will deliver and assess bespoke modules which fill critical skills gaps the industry have identified. Plus, you’ll be assigned a specialist employability tutor to support you with your programme and progression towards readiness for the world of work.
There are lots of perks to this course, including the opportunity to work with local employers, meeting guest speakers who are experts in their field, and working with students in other departments to support projects and activities. Electrical Students can have the opportunity to gain the ECS card and can take advantage of trips to CEF Live and Elexshow. The college run lots of external courses for industry, which can allow students to communicate and possibly seek work placement or work experience.
You will be assessed through a variety of practical tasks that reflect standards used in the Electrical industry, you will also be expected to provide detailed method statements and at times quantities for materials to support your English and maths skills. We will also assess your underpinning knowledge through various in class and end of unit theory based tests. These will be marked and feedback given to show where you’ve made progress and where there are areas for development.
To apply for this course you will need:  Completed Level 2 Electrical Qualification City and Guilds 2365 or 8202 5 GCSEs at Grade 5 or above including English and MathsIf you require any further information please call us on 01992 411411.
You will need folders, notepads, pens, pencils, coloured pencils, a scientific calculator and an A3 size folder to hold your project in at the very minimum. As part of your course you will be required to carry out initial verification and fault finding on installations, this means you will need to bring your PPE when you are in these sessions You will be required to pay a kit and enrichment fee – this will be discussed at our Information Evenings (as part of your application process).If you would like financial support, contact our Information Team on 01992 411411 or financialsupport@hrc.ac.uk.
Free to Home students under 19 on 31st August 2023. If you are a Home student aged 19 or over on the 31st August 2023, you may be liable to pay approximately £2,500 tuition fee for a Level 2 qualification and approximately £5,000 for a Level 3 qualification (these were the tuition fees for 2022/2023 and could be subject to change for 2023/2024).If you are aged 19-23 you may also be entitled to free tuition if the course you choose is on a government-approved list and the qualification is your first full Level 2 or Level 3 qualification.If you are aged over 24 and you have not achieved a full Level 3 qualification you may be entitled to free tuition if the qualification is listed on the Government Free courses for jobs list.Similarly, if you already hold a Level 3 qualification (or above) and meet the Adult Education Budgets definition of unemployed or are in receipt of low wage, you may also be entitled to free tuition. You may also be required to pay an administration fee, exam fees, kit fee and an Awarding Body Registration fee if applicable.For these costs please contact our Information Centre on 01992 411411 info@hrc.ac.uk.These fees are indicative of the 2024-25 costs and may be subject to change 

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