Course code: BT021B
Course category: Part-time
End Qualification: Units from CG2357
Starting and ending month: September to June
Hours: 6-9pm 10/09/2013 - 26/06/2014
Days of the week: Tuesday, Thursday
Course duration: 36 weeks
Time of day: All day
Course location: City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street
This is the second year of the theory units towards the level 3 Diploma in Installing Electrotechnical systems During this year you’ll finish the theory units after which you’ll only need the practical units to become a fully qualified electrician. During the year you’ll increase your knowledge of electrical science as well as regulations, inspection and testing.
By the end of the year you’ll be working at professional standard and have a good understanding of inspection and testing, electrical science and health and safety. The course is split into half theory and half practical.
Facilities for students:
This course is based at the Main Campus for City College in the heart of Brighton.
The Electrical Department is in a purpose-built unit, with modern, well-equipped workshop facilities and classrooms with computers.
There is an excellent cafeteria service in the Tower Block and central Brighton with many cafes etc is on our doorstep.
The Electrical Department consists of a small, committed and experienced team of lecturers and assessors.
All our staff are qualified and experienced electricians. We have a mixture of full-time and part-time staff.
Assessment: The assessments for this course are a mixture of exams and practical assessment.
UCAS Tariff: Level 3
Awarding Body: C&G
Successful completion of year 1.
If you are applying from another college, you will need to bring proof of the units you have already studied.
Interview for entry: Interview required
Progression and links:
Completion of this year will help you to obtain work in the Electrical Industry.
The progression from this course is to do the practical units which will give you the full level 3 Diploma.
On completion of this course there are a number of other short courses which may be useful – eg Inspection and Testing (2391-10), the Design course (2391-20), 17th Edition Regulations (2382) and Portable Appliance Testing (2377).
Work experience opportunities:
N/A but any student who is working in the electrical industry or who can organise their own work experience will benefit from it.
In addition, if you want to complete the full diploma, there are 8 practical units
which can only be completed if you have electrical work experience. These units are paid for separately and can be done concurrently with your theory units or afterwards.
CELC - Electrical
Costs of your Course:
There are five parts to the cost of your course:
How much will the Tuition Fees cost?
Below are the fees for this course.
Home/EU students tuition fees (per year): £1,400
Further information: Students must provide their own steel-toe-capped boots. You will not be allowed in the workshop without them. It is also expected that students will buy a copy of the On-Site Guide (approx £20) and a textbook (approx £20).
Although the information given is believed to be correct at the time of publication, it does not form any part of a contract between City College Brighton and Hove and the student. Courses may be subject to change.
Timetables are subject to change and you should check with your tutor prior to enrolment for the details of your timetable.