City and Guilds 2357 Level 3  

Continuing on from Level 2 & 3 as an Electrician? This is the pathway to excellence.

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Who is this course for?

The City and Guilds 2357- Level 3 NVQ Diplomas in Electrotechnical Technology (2357) is aimed at those who have already completed the City and Guilds Level 2 & 3 Electrical Installations Diplomas or EAL Equivleant, and would like to further progress their learning and skills development. This pathway is designed for candidates to complete the AM2 final exam and become Gold Card accredited.


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What does the Level 3 NVQ Diplomas in Electrotechnical Technology (2357 or EAL) qualification cover?

This course is designed to further develop your skills and knowledge as an electrician on your pathway to becoming a fully qualified electrician. Following on from the Level 2 & Level 3 qualifications, this qualification allows your to build a portfolio of evidence and undertake site visits to prove your competency.


How does the NVQ Level 3 work??

Level 3 NVQ Diplomas in Electrotechnical Technology (2357) are designed to be completed in the workplace, making it a flexible and practical option for individuals pursuing a career in the electrical industry. This work-based qualification allows candidates to demonstrate their competence and skills directly within their own working environment.

Our model allows for you to undertake a bridging exam and competency conversation with your assessor. This process is designed to ensure you meet all of the required standards of the NVQ Level 3.

About the 2357 NVQ Level 3 Qualification


Why do you need the NVQ Level 3 Electrical Installations qualification?

It allows candidates to progress their employment, to a fully qualified electrician, with the additional AM2 Exam. 

This pathway leads to your Gold Card with the JIB/ECS

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