Electrical Installation (Electro technical) Advanced Apprenticeship (Buildings & Structures)
Spibey Electrical Limited
Electricians are generally responsible for the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical services, both inside and outside buildings and structures.
Some of the things that an electrician would be expected to do are
- Install, maintain and repair electrical services (e.g. lighting, sockets, fire alarms, emergency lighting & heating controls)
- Work indoors and outdoors, including working at height
- Work with little or no supervision; relying on their own initiative
- Read both building and engineering drawings
- Understand wiring and circuit diagrams
- Select materials and equipmen
- nspect and test electrical installations
- Diagnose and rectify faults on a range of circuits and equipment
- Write reports
The role of an electrician is varied and interesting and can offer a challenging career. Consequently, the training programme that you will be following as a JTL apprentice has been designed to help you by meeting and delivering training to these standards and expectations.
None specified at this time.
You must ensure you load an up-to-date copy of your CV to your JTL profile to complete your application for this vacancy.
The JTL entry assessments are an integral part of your application. If you haven’t already taken and passed all parts, you must logon to your JTL account and complete before the closing date.
We strongly advise you download an assessment practice paper to practice questions like those in the Assessment. Please see our site: http://www.jtltraining.com
If you are statemented as having an additional learning need and require additional support at the JTL with your application, please contact our Customer Service Team immediately on 01978 665401.
You will need to provide proof of colour vision, so please download the JTL Colour Vision Certificate http://www.jtltraining.com and take to your local optician and ask them to carry out the test and complete the form for you. Please then send in to the address on the form before the closing date.
If you have any questions about your application or this process, please contact us on 0800 085 2308 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A driving licence and own transport is desirable.
The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
Key personal attributes include:
- Good practical skills to work with hand and power tools
- The ability to follow technical drawings and instructions
- A methodical approach to work
- An ability to pay close attention to detail
- A commitment to keep up to date with industry developments
- The ability to work unsupervised and as part of a team
- Good communication skills
- the ability to work at height
- A thorough understanding of safety rules and regulations
The work can be quite complex. You need to be reasonably physically fit, have good practical aptitude and be willing to learn.
All candidates must complete all JTL’s entry assessments and become an approved candidate to be considered. Maths, English and Science GSCEs at grade 4 (C) or above are desirable but not essential as Level 2 Functional Skills could be completed within the apprenticeship.
- Level 3 - Installation electrician / maintenance electrician standard
- Functional Skills if required
A JTL Electrical Installation Apprenticeship is an Advanced qualification lasting approximately four years. As a JTL apprentice you'll be in full time employment with a local company receiving a wage from day one. You'll spend time learning your trade by gaining experience working with your employer. You will also attend a local JTL centre to learn the theoretical knowledge required for the role.
JTL is the largest provider of building services apprenticeships in the UK with over 2,500 beginning a course with us each year. JTL also has the highest achievement rates within the sector and is a an ‘Good’ provider rated by Ofsted.
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