Mature Candidate Assessment

Jeff Way Training is now offering the Diploma in Electrotechnical Services Experienced Worker Assessment (Mature Candidate Assessment)

What is this qualification?

The objective is that those persons who successfully complete this Experienced Worker Assessment Route will be judged to have met the eligibility requirements sufficient to apply for a Gold ECS Card as an Installation Electrician from the JIB. This qualification requires occupational evidence from the workplace.

Who is this qualification for?

  •  Experienced operatives who are/have been working in the electrotechnical industry as practicing electricians for a number of years.
  • Those who wish to have their competencies recognised by the JIB and hold an ECS card.

What does this qualification cover?

The qualification is made up of 9 mandatory units covering safe site working, technical and functional information, health and safety, installation preparation and practice, diagnosing and correcting faults, connecting wiring systems; and inspection, testing and commissioning. Integral to this qualification is the Electrotechnical Occupational Competence Unit which is assessed by the AM2. The candidate must complete the 9 mandatory units to achieve this qualification. This qualification is gained when all the necessary units have been achieved.

ET3-001 Ensure Safe Site Working
  • Working with relevant people; customers, colleagues, supervisors, clients, other contractors and charge hands
  • Safe systems of work; safe isolation, PPE, permits to work, method statements
  • Working conditions; confined spaces, residential, commercial
  • Access Equipment; ladders, system scaffolding, trestles, powered platforms
ET3-002 Provide Technical and Functional Information
  • Working with relevant people; customers, colleagues, supervisors, clients, other contractors and charge hands
  • Technical and functional information; installation specifications, user instructions, manufacturers data
  • Installation/system or equipment; lighting and control, power, multi-phase, ELV, LV single-phase
  • Equipment; luminaires, switchgear and distribution panels, components and accessories, control systems and components, motors and starters, electrical plant.
ET3-004 Maintain a Healthy and Safe Working Environment
  • Working practices; activities, working techniques, procedures, use of materials or equipment.
  • Other persons; customers, colleagues, supervisors, clients, other contractors, charge hands.
  • Working environment; confined spaces, residential, commercial.
  • Systems; lighting and control, power, multi-phase, ELV, LV single-phase
ET3-011 Diagnose and Correct Faults in Electrotechnical Systems and Equipment
  • Faults; overload, open circuits, sensitive RCDs, incomplete rings, earth leakage, short circuits, high resistant joints
  • Safe working practices; safe isolation, PPE, permits to work, method statements
  • Equipment; luminaires, switchgear and distribution panels, components, control systems, electrical plant.
  • Systems; lighting and control, power, multi-phase, ELV, LV single-phase.
ET3-012 Prepare to Install Electrical Wiring Systems, Wiring Enclosures and Equipment
  • Working conditions; inside and outside
  • Wiring systems; MIMS, PVC/SWA, PVC singles, PVC twin
  • Wiring enclosures; PVC conduit, steel trunking, steel conduit, cable tray, PVC trunking, basket system.
  • Equipment; luminaires, switchgear and distribution panels, components, control systems, electrical plant.
ET3-013 Install Electrical Wiring Systems, Wiring Enclosures and Equipment
  • Systems; lighting and control, power, multi-phase, ELV, LV single-phase.
  • Wiring systems; MIMS, PVC/SWA, PVC singles, PVC twin
  • Wiring enclosures; PVC conduit, steel trunking, steel conduit, cable tray, PVC trunking, basket system.
  • Equipment; luminaires, switchgear and distribution panels, components, control systems, electrical plant.
ET3-014 Connect Wiring Systems and Equipment using Safe and Approved Methods
  • Wiring systems; MIMS, PVC/SWA, PVC singles, PVC twin
  • Equipment; luminaires, switchgear and distribution panels, components, control systems, electrical plant.
ET3-015 Inspect, Test and Commission an Electrical Installation
  • Working with relevant people; customers, colleagues, supervisors, clients, other contractors and charge hands
  • Required tests; continuity of CPC, insulation resistance, Earth fault loop impedance, continuity of ring final conductors, polarity, operation of RCDs.
EOC3/001 Electrotechnical Occupational Competence (AM 2)

The candidate will also be expected to demonstrate acceptable knowledge of the current industry requirements with respect to the IET Wiring Regulations and inspection and testing. Candidates must also be able to provide sufficient valid and authentic evidence from site of their previous work to demonstrate that they can fully meet the performance requirements within each unit of this qualification

 

Please note: This assessment is not suitable for new entrants to the electrotechnical industry, apprentices or other trainees who require any training.​

£1,250.00 + VAT   Please contact us for more information