Lincoln College Open Day
26 April, 2017 – 4.30-8.00pm
For all course enquiries please call the Course Enquiry Line on 030 030 32435
If you are good with practical work and have an eye for detail, electrical installations could be a great career for you.
What will I learn?
The Level 3 Diploma is primarily aimed at candidates who have completed the L2 Qualification and are continuing their learning to further job prospects with a view to working in the industry.
The course involves Environmental technologies, Inspection and Testing practices, Fault Finding and Electrical Design and Career Awareness.
How long will it take to complete? How often will I attend college?
The Full Time option for candidates is available at Newark Centre and will run for one academic year and attendance at College will be required for three days per week.
Candidates opting to study in the evening will be required to attend at the Newark Centre on two evenings per week for up to two years.
Study programmes are designed to provide progression to a level higher than that of a young person’s previous attainment. They include a main substantial qualification clearly linked to suitable progression opportunities in training, employment or higher levels of education. Students who do not already have GCSE A* - C in Maths and English will continue to work towards them (or other qualifications that will act as a stepping stone for achievement of these qualifications in time).
There is an intention to provide meaningful work experience related to any vocational areas of the study programme, which develops employability skills and/or creates potential employment options.
Other activities are included unrelated to qualifications that develop the skills, attitudes and confidence that support progression.
What is the Entry Criteria?
Candidates should have achieved the C&G 2365 L2 Diploma in Electrotechnical Installations prior to enrolling.
What courses and careers could this lead to?
Successful completion of the City & Guilds 2365 Level 3 Diploma will provide the qualifications required for the knowledge criteria necessary for work in the electrotechnical industry. Alongside the C&G 2357 (NVQ) and AM2 this will qualify the candidate as an Electrician.
How will I be assessed?
There will be multi-choice and short answer examinations, practical assessments and assignments to complete.
Students aged 16-18
The majority of courses are free for students aged 16-18 years.
Students aged 19+
This course is not subsidised by the government, so fees are payable in full. You may be eligible for an Advanced Learning Loan.
Government funding is subject to some residency criteria. If you have not lived in the EU for three years please contact 01522 876274 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
You can find out more about the financial support available at the College at www.lincolncollege.ac.uk/support/money-matters