Electrical courses are delivered in our excellent industry-standard workshops which will simulate real environments and give you practice of working in the electrical industry.

We have developed strong business links with local employers, providing great benefits to our students. Due to our employer links, we have established a notable record for getting our students on to apprenticeships with reputable small businesses. 

Having industry qualified and experienced staff is incredibly beneficial and vital to the delivery of our courses, as they are able to pass on their own personal experience to you. 

Our qualifications are offered through EAL, and these link directly to an NVQ and apprenticeship programme, which can be achieved once you gain employment within the industry.

What will I learn?

You will gain practical experience and theoretical knowledge in all aspects of Electrical Installation at industry standard.

What qualification will I gain?

You can gain an EAL Diploma, Edexcel Subsidiary and Extend Diploma or a City and Guilds Diploma. For explanations of our qualifications, please see our Qualification Explained page.

What progression options will I have?

You can progress from a Level 1 through to a Level 3. After this you can progress to a higher level qualification, or if you gain employment in your chosen industry, you can start an Apprenticeship. For more information, please see our section on Apprenticeships.

What costs are involved?

You will need overalls and steel toe-cap boots for practical work, plus classroom materials and textbooks. Full-time Further Education courses are free for students aged 16-18, you may have to pay some or all of your fees if you are aged 19 plus, but please see our Student Finance page for further information. If you are enrolling on a part-time course, fees are applicable. If you’re starting and Apprenticeship, please see the Apprenticeship pages.

Entry requirements?

Entry requirements depend upon the course and level, however we have a suitable course to offer you whatever your GCSE grades may be. 

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