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Construction T Level: Electrical Installation (Building Services Engineering Electrotechnical Engineering Specialism) – C7260

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Course Overview

This T Level has been developed in collaboration with building services engineering experts so the content meets the needs of industry and will prepare you for the workplace. You will develop an in-depth understanding of how the construction industry works, the principles of design, and the role of technology and sustainability to launch you into your career.

You will spend 80% of your time at college learning a broad range of key theories. Plus you will undertake a series of in-depth practical tasks in our purpose-built workshops as well as developing your skills in electrotechnical engineering on a 45-day industry placement with an employer to enhance your skills and understanding. The placement may be undertaken in block release, day release, or a combination of both. We will support you to find the best placement to suit you.

If you are not quite ready for a T level but want to get on the path to your chosen career, then a transition programme could be for you. These will give you the chance to improve your maths and English (and any other subjects and areas that you need to improve) to move on to a T level the following year.

What You'll Learn

Year 1

You will learn a broad range of core skills from across the Building Engineering Services sector as well as for your chosen specialism of electrotechnical engineering, this will give you a breadth of knowledge and transferable skills.

You will cover health and safety, science, design, construction and the built environment, industry, sustainability, measurement, building technology, information and data, relationship management, digital technology, and commercial/business.

Year 2

In the second year, you will focus on skills specific to electrotechnical engineering working towards four performance outcomes:
– Installing electrotechnical systems
– Commissioning electrotechnical systems
– Maintaining electrotechnical systems
– Decommissioning electrotechnical systems
– Installing, testing, and commissioning Electrical Installations to BS7671 wiring regulations.

You will work on an employer set project during your industry placement which will continue to develop your skills and experience in a real-life setting.
English, maths, and digital skills relevant to building services engineering will be integrated throughout the course and you must achieve a level 2 in English and maths as a minimum exit requirement.

Entry Requirements

T levels are for people who are 16-18 on 31 August on the date that they start the course.

Standard entry to this course requires one reference. It is desirable that you can demonstrate a minimum of 90% attendance at your last place of work or study. A GCSE in both English and maths at grade 4 or above or Functional Skills in both English and maths at Level 2, plus a minimum of two other GCSEs at grade 4 or above including science and a design technology based related subject.

All students will undertake a probationary period for the first six weeks of their programme. During this time, attendance, attitude, attainment and application towards study will be monitored. A final decision as to the most appropriate level of study and the outcome will be discussed with you towards the end of your probationary period.

If you don’t meet these but want to start on your chosen career path entry requirements for Transition Programmes are slightly lower. You will need:
GCSE in both English and maths, grade 3 or above, plus a further two GCSEs at grade 3 or above, one of which must include a science or technical based subject. Students previously studying at the college will need to have attained a Level 1 Diploma in Electrical, plus English and maths at grade 3 or equivalent Functional Skills.

How you will be assessed

You will be assessed via a variety of formal methods during your course plus assessments such as external exams, controlled assessments, an employer-led set project, and summarise your learning through practical assignments.

This will generate an overall grade of pass, merit, distinction, or distinction*. You will be awarded a nationally recognised certificate which will show a breakdown of what you have achieved and can be worth up to 168 UCAS points.

Course Fees

Tuition fees

Total Fees: £0.00

Tuition Fees (16-18): £0.00

Additional Costs

There are no tuition fees to study a T Level if you start before you are 19 but there will be material costs that will need to be paid at the start of the course. Students will also need to purchase PPE for use in the workshop and on-site. The College may be able to support you with this.

Material Fees

£150.00

Disclaimer

If the course is longer than one year the total fees are for the first year only and further fees may apply in future years. All fees are based on a ‘home’ learner status. Please contact us for information on overseas fees.

For more information, please see our course fee disclaimers page.

If you are aged 19 or over there is no government funding available for this course. However you may be eligible to apply for an Advanced Learner Loan for the course fee.

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Course and Career progression

On successful completion of all elements of your programme, you will gain a T Level in Construction: Building Services Engineering and be qualified to progress straight on to a career in electrotechnical engineering or continue to an apprenticeship/higher-level apprenticeship or degree.

Our independent careers advisors can support you through your next steps and provide information, advice, and guidance.

What Happens Next

Apply online via the College website, or if your school uses the Positive Steps @16 (PS16) application system please apply through this and speak to your careers advisor if you are unsure. You will need details of your qualifications, a reference, and a personal statement to complete your application. Once your application has been successfully processed, you will be sent a conditional offer and be invited to an interview at the college to meet key staff, learn more about your chosen course of study, and tour the facilities. You will then need to confirm your acceptance of the course offered to you.

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