Level 3 Certificate in Highway Electrical Work

At a Glance

Delivery Method:
Classroom and practical observation and assessment
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Gain a nationally recognised Level 3 qualification to boost your career in the highway electrical sector.

Overview in brief

Our qualification is ideal for you if you're either a new operative - or currently working -within the highway electrical sector,

It will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills needed to progress your career.

And it's also part of the highway electrical apprenticeship framework(s).

Our Level 3 qualification follows on from the Level 2 qualification or Level 2 NVQ.

The finer details

Our Level 3 qualification covers both theory and practice.

It gives you the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised qualification for your new or existing role.

You'll cover three core units:

  • Health, safety and environmental implementation for highway electrical works
  • Safe working practices within the highway electrical sector
  • Basic highway electrical theory and practice.

You can then tailor the qualification to your role, as it includes specialist highway electrical pathways.

These are the pathways you can choose from, each with its own set of units:

  • Cameras
  • Communications and variable messaging signs (VMS)
  • Public lighting
  • Slot cutting
  • Traffic signals.

Ultimately, you must achieve all three core units and the units within your chosen pathway.

Who should attend?

This qualification follows on from the Level 2 qualification in highway electrical work.

It's ideal for new starters and existing operatives in the highway electrical sector, helping them develop their knowledge, understanding and skills.

It will encourage safe, efficient and effective working practices, reducing unnecessary risks to themselves and others.

What will be covered?

After completing this qualification, your knowledge and understanding will have been assessed on:

  • Health, Safety and Environmental Implementation for Highway Electrical Works
  • Safe Working Practices within the Highway Electrical Sector
  • Basic Highway Electrical Theory and Practice
  • Sub-sector awareness (sub-sector specific)
  • Installation techniques (sub-sector specific)
  • Routine maintenance techniques (sub-sector specific)
  • Reactive maintenance techniques
  • Specialist techniques (sub-sector specific).

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