Level 3 Electrical Installation (2366)

Last Updated: 16 May 2024
The Level 3 Technical Occupational Entry in Electrical Installation Diploma qualification has been developed as part of the Qualification Reforms in England and is available for first teaching from September 2025.

This qualification has been designed with the involvement of a range of technical subject matter experts and employers from small, medium and large organisations to ensure that it meets the needs of the occupation. The qualification aligns fully to the occupational standard and will provide employers with reliable evidence of a learner’s attainment against the knowledge, skills and behaviour (KSBs) which form the minimum requirements for entry into occupation.

Learners will acquire a broad body of knowledge, skills and understanding of electrical installation including: scientific principles, inspection, testing and commissioning, fault finding and diagnosis, electrical design practices and procedures, organising and overseeing electrical work activities in buildings and requirements for electrical installations to BS 7671.
This qualification has been approved by IfATE and will be fully funded in England for adults (19+ only) from 1st September 2025. It will enable a learner to progress into the Electrotechnical sectors.
Available to deliver in the following:
  • England

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General Information

What Is Involved In Studying This Course?
 This qualification aligns fully to the knowledge, skills and behaviours in Installation and Maintenance Electrician (ST0152) standard and is assessed by practical, multiple choice questions and holistic assignments which cover the following areas:  
  • Scientific principles 
  • Inspection, testing and commissioning of electrotechnical systems and equipment 
  • Fault finding and diagnosis 
  • Electrical design practices and procedures 
  • Organising and overseeing electrical work activities in buildings 
  • Requirements for electrical installations to BS 7671 
What Careers Can This Lead To?
The qualification will support progression onto an installation and maintenance electrician apprenticeship. The job outcome once the learner has joined and completed an apprenticeship will be an installation electrician, maintenance electrician and electrician. 
What Is Involved With Delivering This Course?
City & Guilds expects this qualification to be delivered by highly skilled practitioners of learning delivery, assessment and quality assurance. Therefore, staff delivering these qualifications must be able to demonstrate that they meet the occupational expertise requirements outlined in the Qualification Handbook.   

Centres must be able to demonstrate that they have access to the equipment and technical resources required to deliver this qualification and its assessment. For further information please refer to the Qualification Handbook. 

Level 3

Electrical (2366-03)
Last Registration Date: 31 Dec 2027


  • Accreditation No: Data unavailable This is a reference number related to UK accreditation framework
  • Type: Other This is categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessment
  • Credits: Data unavailable Credits are a measure of the size of the qualification
  • Guided Learning Hours: Data unavailable This is the average contact time a centre would typically commit
  • Total Qualification Time: Data unavailable The total time for the qualification
  • Key Stage: Data unavailable This shows the equivalent Key Stage level.
  • Last Certification: 31/12/2030 This is the last date that a certificate can be issued
  • Qualification fees in the UK: TBC, please speak to your Account Manager for further information Our typical price is the one that is most often paid by a centre for a completed learner. Some prices are made up of multiple charging points so action like taking difference units or specialisms to complete and resitting assessments may mean the cost for some learners differs.

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Interested in delivering this qualification?

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