Power Network Craftperson

 

Industry Group Energy and Utilities
City & Guilds' current offers in this sector Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Power Engineering – Distribution and Transmission (Technical knowledge) (2339-45) and Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Power Engineering – Distribution and Transmission (Technical Knowledge) (2339-17).
Employers involved in creating these standards National Grid, AMEY, SSE, Freedom Group, Grosvenor Power, IUS, Morrison Utility Services, NIE, Northern Powergrid, Scottish Power, SPIE-ENS, Electricity Northwest, UK Power Networks, WPD, The Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Apprenticeship Level Level 3
Minimum duration of Apprenticeship 24 - 48 months.
Funding band Band 5
Are qualifications included in the assessment plans? Yes. Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Power Engineering – Distribution and Transmission (Technical knowledge) (2339-45) and Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Power Engineering – Distribution and Transmission (Technical Knowledge) (2339-17).
Independent end assessment Energy & Efficiency Independent Assessment Service (EEIAS) will oversee their independent assessment. This group will be employer owned and governed. The Apprentice will be required to undertake a number of appropriate, integrated key activities they have been taught and practicing throughout their Apprenticeship, but assessed in a more holistic and rounded manner.
Anticipated go-live date Already live.
More information available at: This apprenticeship standard information is still being finalised and may be subject to change. For more information, visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/apprenticeship-standard-power-network-craftsperson

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