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Electrical Installation

If you are an aspiring electrician looking to start your career in the building technology industry then we have the courses for you!

Our Electrical courses have been designed to deliver high levels of occupational skills and provide a platform from which to progress through further learning or into employment.

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Build your career in
Electrical Installation

In our study programme you will focus on the theoretical aspects of the subject and use your knowledge in order to complete practical tasks. Topics include:

 

  • Health and Safety
  • Planning and design
  • Installation
  • Requirements of Environmental Systems
  • Inspection
  • Testing and Commissioning 
  • Fault Finding of electrical installation systems and equipment
Learners working in an electrical installation bay
Close up of learner cutting wire with wire cutters

Employer Engagement

We work with local employers who contribute to the knowledge and delivery of training.  This practical based training provides the ideal preparation needed for gaining employment in the Electrical industry or specialist further study. 

Employers will provide demonstrations and talks on the industry and where possible work placements will also be provided.

Learners stripping wire in electrical workshop

Book a Taster Event and come visit us!

Come and visit us on one of our college Taster Events, where you can find out more about our courses, check out our facilities and speak to current learners and staff.

A tutor demonstrating domestic light wiring to a learner

Careers in the Electrical Installation Sector

Help & Support

Moving from school to college can be something of a culture shock. But at Suffolk New College we’ve created a supportive, social environment where you can easily get access to the help and advice you need, make new friends and get the most out of your time with us.

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Looking to earn while you learn?

On an apprenticeship you’re employed to do a real job while studying for a formal qualification – usually for one day a week at College.

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